Induction Lights

 

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Induction Lights : High Bays & Low Bays

Induction Lights : High Bays & Low Bays

High Bays are typically used in places such as warehouses, factories, showrooms, large retail stores, steel mills, plants, sports facilities, workshops etc. The choice of fitting depends mainly on the client requirements in terms of application. For example, the food industry typically require fixtures that have an IP rating of 65 with PC covers.

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Induction Lights : Floods & Tunnels

Induction Lights : Floods & Tunnels

Flood Lights and Tunnel Lights are used mainly in outdoor applications. In most countries, the temperature is lower during the night and these lamps require a cold start. Induction lamps can operate from -200C to 400C. Because these lights do not flicker, it assists with CCTV viewing and other security systems.

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Induction Lights : Street Lighting

Induction Lights : Street Lighting

From a practical point of view, there are 2 major types of street namely the major roads such as highways and freeways and the minor roads such as residential roads. The major roads require a type II spread pattern whilst the minor roads require a type III pattern.

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Induction Lights : Special Lighting

Induction Lights : Special Lighting

Lighting applications vary significantly from general industrial, commercial lighting to decorative and residential lighting. Below are the various types of fixtures available for induction lights together with their specifications and recommended applications.

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