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How To Set The Distance Between Solar Street Light Pole?

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Published by Mars August 01,2020

        Many customers have many questions about how to set the installation distance of solar street light pole. In fact, this problem is not much troubled. It can be solved purely based on experience, and there is no absolute scientific basis for how far the distance must be.

 

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             From the user's experience level, of course the brighter the light source and the brighter the distance between each light source at night, but from the perspective of investors, of course, the fewer the number of solar street light pole installed, the less investment they can. Spending money on other investments is the best job we need to do as a solar street light manufacturer if we balance these two ends. For the installation of solar street light pole, we have a density reference, we cannot be too close, or we can see the ghost points from a distance, and it does not make any sense. It also causes a waste of resources, which is too far away. Blind spots of lighting, where there is no continuity of light is also a failed approach, so experience is very important. As a simple example, the distance between a 6meters height 30-watt solar street light pole and one of the other is suitable for 20-25 meters. Don't ask why this is experience. The lighting effect of this arrangement will satisfy everyone. The seamless lighting range and the high brightness of the light source are just right, and the interval is neither long nor short. This is the rationality of the lighting arrangement.

 

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      The above is just a simple example, do other wattages or heights also use this as a standard? Solar pole lights close to 6 meters and 30 watts can be changed on this basis. If the difference is large, they can be adjusted in equal proportions or communicate directly with solar street light manufacturers. Mas Solar will give you a satisfactory answer.

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