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LED Public Lighting Does Not Have Any Inherent Danger

Although Led Public lighting(Classic) does not have any inherent danger, it should be used with the same care as any other technology we use. This means that while LED public lighting is an energy-saving way to illuminate the street, it is important to direct the light only where it is needed, ensuring that the emitted spectrum supports the visibility, safety and health of humans and other creatures, and limits Glare of pedestrians, cyclists and drivers.

In this regard, LEDs have many distinct advantages over other lighting technologies. On the one hand, their adjustability means that LED public lighting systems can now only provide the level of illumination required at any given time, which is almost impossible for traditional street lighting products. The LED also provides a high degree of control over light patterns and uniformity on the ground. In contrast, conventional lamp-based techniques produce light in all directions, so typically more than half of the output is redirected to the desired target by the reflector and lens. This causes a large amount of light to overflow in unwanted directions and spread unevenly in this area, which not only wastes energy, but can also cause nighttime illumination problems, such as effects on wild animals. When LEDs replace existing products (such as high-pressure sodium lamps), LEDs typically only meet lighting requirements, accounting for only half of the total lumens of existing lamps.

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