Application of High Mast Lighting
AIKO is proud to offer the latest and most efficient led high mast luminaires in the industry. These luminaires are designed to provide exceptional performance, versatility, and power, with features that include glare-free illumination and a range of standard optics. As a result, they offer crisp and uniform lighting without causing visual discomfort.
These high mast luminaires are manufactured using state-of-the-art technology, which ensures efficient operation, glare control and instant on-off and dimming controls. They are also extremely energy efficient, flicker-free and flexible, making them an ideal solution for a wide range of applications. Additionally, AIKO’s proprietary optics provide excellent light distribution and beam spreads that cater to various needs while saving up to 65% in energy costs compared to traditional lighting.
Introduction of High Mast Lighting
High mast lighting systems are used to illuminate large land areas and are typically mounted on tall poles and aimed towards the ground. High mast led lighting is the most effective method for illuminating expansive outdoor areas, including roads, railway yards, sporting venues, parking lots, and airports.
These luminaires are usually installed on poles ranging from 12meters to 45 meters and can have tow to 16 lights per pole, providing even illumination over a vast region. High mast lighting systems are designed to withstand harsh outdoor weather conditions, making them an excellent choice for outdoor lighting.
Performance of High Mast Lighting
Performance is a significant factor in selecting the right lights for an application. For instance, metal halide lamps may produce a whiter light, but they also have accelerated lumen degradation, which means that after initial installation, the lamps output rapidly declines. On the other hand, high pressure sodium lamps have a longer longevity because they suffer less lumen degradation than metal halide lamps. Still, the color of the light leans toward orange and has a very low CRI. As a result, high pressure sodium lights enjoy a long longevity but offer low quality of light.