Wide Application Analysis Of Led High Bay


  Led high bay: generally refers to a lighting device c […]

  Led high bay: generally refers to a lighting device composed of a steel cone lamp pole above 15 meters and a high-power combined lamp structure. It consists of a lamp base, internal lamp electrical, pole body, and foundation part. The shape of the lamp base can be determined according to user requirements, surrounding environment, and lighting needs. The internal lamps are mostly composed of floodlights and floodlights. The light source is NG400 high-pressure sodium lamp, and the lighting radius is 60 meters. The rod body is generally a pyramid-shaped monolithic structure, which is made of the rolled steel plate and has a height of 15-40 meters and is mostly composed of two to three sections.

  Led high bay is also a product of solar street lights. The application of led high bay is also quite extensive. In the rectangular inner cavity at the bottom of the lifted led high bay, in addition to the equipment electrical control system, the equipment motor, and other lifting systems. The electrical control system equipment is inside the light pole, which can prevent the bad outdoor environment from causing the lifting movement. There is various circuit overload maintenance equipment in the electrical control system. The electrical conductors of the circuits in the system are widely used copper-based silver-plated to ensure an excellent touch for electrical connection. The lifting system of the lifting type high bay is driven by the electric motor, (electromagnetic brake type) worm gear reducer, safety coupling, main steel wire rope, auxiliary steel wire rope, rope splitter and moving pulley group to drive the lifting of the lamp panel. Worm gear reducer has strong self-locking ability, compact transmission, and large transmission ratio. To reduce the gear ratio of the worm gear and worm and reduce the rising torque, a group of moving pulleys has been added to make the lifting speed of the lamp panel less than 0.2 m/s.

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