Publisher : The Korean Institute of Electrical and Electronic Material Engineers
DOI : 10.4313/JKEM.2016.29.1.62
Title & Authors
150 W LED Streetlight Optimal Design Using 21 W LED Engine Shin, Wang-Soo; Lee, Seung-Min; Kim, Beom-Su; Park, Dae-Hee;
In this paper, the IES file was measured by applying a secondary optical lens to a 21 W LED engine, and the lighting calculation software RELUX was used to perform simulations with the data file of this measurement. For two-lane (two way) concrete paved roads, six LED engine are applied to each streetlight and simulation results show that Uo (uniformity) 0.56, UI (longitudinal uniformity) 0.86 and TI (threshold iIncrement) 9% which satisfies the required standards. RELUX was also used to LED streetlights by designing them in three dimensions, that is of the arm length of 2.8 m standardized by the road lighting standards of the Korea Expressway Corporation. Comparative analysis was carried out on adjustments were made in increments of 0.1 m that Uo, UI, and TI values in the range of arm lengths from 2.1 m~3.5 m. For the arm length range of 2.1 m~2.4 m, Uo was high, whereas UI was low. Therefore, we present the optimal light distribution values designed for an arm length of 2.5 m.