Indoor LED parking fixtures meet various requirements. The optics of the light fixtures is important for the light output to be usable. A large light pattern is important for the minimum dark spot in the garage. The glare should also be managed. The size and shape of the luminaire is also important for the luminaire not to fall and height.
LED garage lights typically have a color temperature of 4000K or 5000K. Parking lots can be connected at various voltages. 120-277V is the most common, but sometimes other voltages are also used.
There are a wide range of sensor options and other lighting controls for LED garage lights. These sensors are sometimes a simple on / off photocell or motion sensor. Passive Infrared Sensors, also known as PIR Sensors, are sometimes used to detect activity in a parking space and turn on the lights. Microwave sensors are also used to detect activity. PIR sensors tend to be less expensive, but the field boundaries are more limited. & Nbsp; Microwave sensors are typically slightly more expensive, but they are better at detecting objects behind other objects; for example, if someone is walking behind a parked car.
Most of the lighting placed in closed parking lots is directly mounted on the ceiling. The luminaires can be mounted on a junction box and the power goes into the light fixture behind the luminaire. The luminaires can also be mounted directly on the ceiling, with a knock on the side of the luminaire being powered. Depending on the design of the parking garage, the pendant assembly may be the preferred mounting method. When installing the pendant, the light fixture is suspended in a hanger and the power is typically brought to the hanger behind the hanger.
Given a lighting adaptation or upgrade project for your indoor car park, we recommend that you begin by assessing what the current lighting installation is. This includes both the type of light, power consumption, as well as the installation method and how electricity is brought to any light. Some parking lot designs make it easier to move or add luminaires. Parking designs that place the existing channel in concrete pose additional challenges, so it is best to place the new LED parking lights exactly where the old lights are.