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Retrofitting Decorative Pole Lighting with LED Lamps and Fixtures
Decorative pole lighting is available in an extra ordinary number of styles. Retrofitting acorn or teardrop lighting fixtures with LED lamps and fixtures needs to maintain both the design and other qualities of the lighting. This LED retrofitting guide provides guidance on how to update the quality of the lighting and increase energy efficiency for these types of decorative pole fixtures.

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Led retrofitting of decorative pole lighting guide july 2013 Led retrofitting of decorative pole lighting guide july 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • July 2013 Confidential Page: 1 More Information: http://www.metroledlighting.com/application/post-top-lighting
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page: 2 Extraordinary Variety of Fixture Styles and Designs Needs: Retrofitting for lower costs, improved lighting performance, and to maintain integrity of the design
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com 1697 – “House keepers within this city shall put out lights in their windows fronting ye respective street” Common Council 1762 – Levy a Tax for Street Lamps 1809 – Baltimore introduces gas lights 1877 – Arc Lighting Newark, NJ 1880s – 1910s – Commercial Area Arc Lighting NYC 1892 – Edison Illuminates 5th Ave NYC 1900s – Bishops Crook Symbol of NYC 1908 – First Mast Arm Introduced 1913 – Incandescent Mast Arm, Bishop Crook, Scroll Basket 1934 – 76 Types of ‘Standard’ Post Lights Cataloged in NYC Page: 3 Colonial Street Lamp 19th Cent. Gas Lamp 5th Ave Incandescent Street Lamp Bishop Crook Street Lamp
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page: 4 Street Lighting: Parkways, Historic Districts, Retail Lighting, Parking Lot Lighting, Roadways, Access Roads Shielded Teardrop & Arm Extension Decorative Teardrop & Scroll Design Mast Arm Post Light Bishop Crook Decorative Pole
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page: 5 Pedestrian Lighting: Parks, Recreation, Pathways, Campuses, Walkways, Transit Platforms, etc. ‘Central Park’ Pole Light Acorn Pole Light Cut-off Pole Light ‘Modern’ Pole Light
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential  Central Park NYC – DOE Report ◦ 1,600 Fixtures = $178,560 per year maintenance ◦ $111.60 / Fixture / Year  $65.60 for Ballasts and Pole Maintenance  $46.00 for Lamps  Sacramento Lighting – DOE Report ◦ Street Light Maintenance Budget $1.7M / Year ◦ 35,000 to 40,000 fixtures in the city ◦ Spot Replacements - $400 - $750 / Incident ◦ Average Cost/ Fixture / Year $45 - $65 Page: 6
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential  Maintain the integrity of the aesthetic design elements ◦ No Effect on Design Elements ◦ Color of Lighting / Illumination Quality  Meet Lighting Standards ◦ Pattern of Light & Levels  Lower Costs ◦ Periodic Maintenance ◦ Operating Costs / Electricity Page: 7
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page: 8 Wasted Light ~ 20%+ LED Pole Lighting: - Less Sky-glow – Dark Sky Compliance - Directed Optics – No Upward Light Wasted or Refracted Losses - Optics Design – Less Light Trespass, Control Over Shaping of Pattern Optical Design and Control Better Vertical Illumination = Ability to See Pedestrians Better Horizontal Illumination= See Roadway or Sidewalk Features Less Waste
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page: 9 Wasted Light ~ 20%+ High Pressure Sodium (HPS) Street Light: Power = 128 Watts Lab Test Output = 6,432 Lumens Lab Efficiency = 50.1 Lumens/ Watt Delivered Lumens = 2,694 Lumens Application Efficiency = 42% Overall Efficiency = 21 Lumens/ Watt LED Street Light: Power = 63 Watts Lab Test Output = 5,304 Lumens Lab Efficiency = 84.6 Lumens/ Watt Delivered Lumens = 3,006 Lumens Application Efficiency = 57% Overall Efficiency = 48 Lumens/ Watt 128% Improvement HPS to LED LEDs More Light on the Ground, Using Less Energy Source DOE Sacramento
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page: 10 10’20’ Path 5.75 FC – MH 3.66 FC – LED Δ -36% 1.39 FC – MH 0.76 FC – LED Δ -45% 1.03 FC – MH 2.64 FC – LED Δ +156% 5.68 FC – MH 10.93 FC – LED Δ +92% 1.17 FC – MH 2.89 FC – LED Δ +147% 5.14 FC – MH 7.89 FC – LED Δ +53% 0.63 FC – MH 1.95 FC – LED Δ +209% 4.08 FC – MH 8.18 FC – LED Δ +100% 2’ 6’ 4’ % Change in Avg. Foot Candle Avg. Foot Candles at Heights of 2’,4’,6’ (FC=Foot Candles) Source: DOE Central Park Lower Light Levels– Less Light Trespass
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential  Lighting Design - Color Choice ◦ Warmer Temperatures to emulate incandescent look & feel ◦ Cooler Temperatures for nigh vision acuity  Fixed Source Temperature v. Selected Color ◦ HPS / Metal Decorative Pole Lamps – Fixed Color Temp.  HPS – 2,100K / Metal Halide – 4,200K ◦ LED Lamp Sources Available in Range of Color Temps Page: 11 Color Temp (K) Source LED Choices 2,700K – 3,300K Incandescent Lamp 2,700K 3,000K Warm White CFL 4,100K Moonlight 5,000K Daylight Horizon 5,500K Daylight Noon 6,500K Daylight Overcast 6,500K
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential  CRI – Ability to predict color appearance of an object under the light ◦ Distinguish a standard set of colors  Ability to naturally see colors of objects on pathways, roads, parking lots, etc.  Incandescent Lamp = 100 ◦ Older Standard / Familiar Source Page: 12 Light Source CRI Typical LED High Pressure Sodium (HPS) 24 Warm White Fluorescent 51 Cool White Fluorescent 64 65 to 85+ Quartz Metal Halide 85 Halogen 95 Incandescent 100
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com Screw-In Designs ◦ Orientation – Has to be designed for base up or base down for post tops or teardrops  Heat dissipation requirements ◦ Places blub in same orientation as existing lamp sources ◦ Integrated or Non-Integrated LED Drivers ◦ Light Patterns – IES Distributions ◦ Rebates – Sometimes not available unless the lamp is physically attached to fixture Bolt-In Designs ◦ Often able to be oriented for Pole Lamps or Teardrop Pole Lighting Styles ◦ Uses thermal mass of fixture housing and pole for heat removal ◦ Driver typically located on bracket in housing ◦ Greater control of light pattern ◦ Typically better able to cutoff lighting for dark sky requirements ◦ Rebates available Page: 13
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com Page: 14 Fixtures Manufacturer Features IntenCity Lighting - PTLK -- Post Top or Tear Drop Configurations -- Rugged Monolith Design, External Driver, Bolt-in for Maximum Heat Dissipation - - Higher Lumens for Street Lighting Application Type III or V IES Distributions CCT = 4,100K – 5,500K (2,700 Special Order)| CRI = 66 |Lumens = 3,000, 5,000, or 6,500 Eye Lighting - LEDioc -- Post Top or Tear Drop Configuration - - Screw Base / External Driver - - Closely Follows Lamp Geometry - - Engineering Servicesto Adapt to Fixtures Type III or V IES Distributions CCT = 3,000k or 5,000K | CRI = 70 or 85 | Lumens = 3,100 or 4,400 Lumens Sansi Post Top Light -- Post Top Orientation - - Screw Base / Integrated Driver -- Choice in Screw Base E26/ E27/E39 Type V IES Distribution CCT = 4,500 / 5,000K | CRI = 70 | Lumens = 3,250 or 4,800
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com Page: 15 Fixture Power Fixture & Operating Costs/ 10K Hrs Cost Year/ 12 Hour-Day Savings / Year v. HPS % Savings v. HPS IntenCity PTLK 40W $124.43 $54.50 -$104.20 66% LEDioc Eye Lighting 41W $117.21 $51.34 -$106.36 68% Sansi Post Top 45W $110.79 $48.52 -$110.18 69% HPS Post Top Fixture 183W $362.33 $158.70 - - $0.15 per KwH Lamp Maint/ Yr. = $46.00 Ballast Maint/ Yr. = $65.60
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential  70,000 Hrs. / 16 Yrs. (12hrs. / day)  40, 60, 90 Watts  2,700K -5,000K (Warm to Bright White)  3,000 to 6,000 lumens  Type III, IV Distribution  Fits many acorn or common globes  Integration Services Available – PTLK, Adapter, Globes Page: 16 Extensive thermal protection for longevity No wasted light from omni- directional lamps, low light pollution Directed light to where it used Sealed light engine – no bugs & low depreciation Sized to fit adapters, fast installation Custom plate adapters available Driver in pole housing DLC Listed for Rebates
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page: 17 Post Top Fitter & Globe Kit Tear Drop Kit
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page: 18
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page: 19 Lumens Photopic 4,400 3,600 5,500 8,000 13,800 Scotopic 9,240 2,770 3,470 5,040 8,700 37W LEDioc 5000K/E26 BASE - Designed to be Same Size and Configuration of Existing Lamp Sources - Maintains Light Source Look and Feel in Retrofit - Effective Replacement for HPS to 150W
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page : 20
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page: 21 Existing High Pressure Sodium (HPS) Decorative Pole Lamp LED Retrofit Decorative Pole Lamp
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Page: 22 Park Lighting Retrofit Decorative Pole Lighting 3,000K / Mogul Base
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential  Need more than a typical fixture ◦ Rugged environments of outdoor lighting ◦ Intuitional / Commercial / Architectural ◦ Performance in outdoor conditions  Desire greater efficiency ◦ Lower energy bills ◦ Saving of maintenance costs  Seek guidance to find the best fit ◦ Of technology to application & customer’s property ◦ Sort through the many choices in the market ◦ Claims versus performance  Benefit from understanding the experience of products in the field Page: 23
  • www.MetroLEDLighting.Com | 518-409-8090 | Info@MetroLEDLighting.com | Confidential Metro: The Outdoor Lighting Design Specialist & Experts Balancing the tradeoffs and decisions in implementing in energy efficient lighting Call: 518-409-8090 Write: info@metroledlighting.com Visit: www.metroledlighting.com Page: 24