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Shop for LED street lights for sale from LED Lighting Supply - they are designed to improve roadway safety while reducing energy consumption up to 75%.

LED roadway lights improves driver safety, reduces light pollution and operating costs. This combination provides a win-win for any commercial street lights looking to convert to LED. Our street light fixtures are able to replace 50W to 1000W Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium. Smart controls can control light output, dim and turn the lights on at dusk and off at dawn.

We offer high quality LED Street Light fixtures with tool-less entry, adjustable mounting, high kVA surge protection. Color temperatures offered from 3000K to 5000K.



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Why choose a LED Lighting Supply Street Light?

1. Tool-less access

Tool-less access allows for easy installation and maintenance processes. Clips on he bottom of the fixture allows access to drivers and other vital components.

2. Replace 70W - 1000W Metal Halide

Replace 250W HID
Replace 400W HID
Replace 1000W HID
LED Street Lights produce from 3600 lumens to 38,760 lumens. Most inner-city street lights are low wattage HPS bulbs. We have low cost, high-quality street light options, backed with either a 5 year or 10 year warranty.

We can produce a free photometric evaluation of your outdoor space to show you how well our LED Street lights work, what model is appropriate and what optic provides the best results for you outdoor space.


High Intensity Discharge Lamp to LED Conversion

Traditional Street LampLED - Lumens (100% directional)
70 Watt HPS / Metal Halide2,000 lumens
100 Watt HPS / Metal Halide3,000 lumens
150 Watt HPS / Metal Halide5,000 lumens
250 Watt HPS / Metal Halide10,000-12,000 lumens
400 Watt HPS / Metal Halide15,000-25,000 lumens
1000 Watt HPS / Metal Halide40,000-55,000 lumens

3. Many Optics Options for Street Lights

Type 2,3,4,5
LEDs are directional lights. Their light's focussed and with optics lights up the intended location. They have diodes with individual optics and discharge light evenly across surfaces. Optics control the illumination pattern by delivering their designed beam pattern.

Typical road-way distribution patterns include Types 2, 3, 4 and 5. Types 3 and 5 are the most common. Why one works best for you? Let us do a free photometric with one of our many cobra head options.

4. Control Ready and Dimmable

Smart Controls
3 pin NEMA
7 pin NEMA
Another great thing about LED street lights is they can dim down. This means you can turn off or dim each fixture in the absence of motion. This does not affect the life of the LEDs, other than it will extend it. And a dimmed light uses less electricity, saving you even more on your lighting bill.

Think about this. Converting Metal Halide to LED, you might switch from 400 Watts to 120W. At night, if the light dims to 10%, that means the LED is now using 12W. That's a reduction of 388 Watts. (actually the HID lamp consumes 455W with the ballast draw, so you're saving 443W per fixture. That's huge!)

Our LED StreetLights work with both 3 pin and 7 pin Nema socket enabled controls and smart networks.


5. 4000K and 5000K Color Temperatures

We offer StreetLight color temperature options in both 4000K and 5000K. 5000K is a perfect replacement for Metal Halide. 4000K is also an option for those states requiring a slightly warmer light. Other color temperatures available upon request.

Both offer a significant improvement over high pressure sodium lights, rated at 2200K. LED street lights with a CCT of 3000K - 4000K (or a little less) are the best for street lighting in residential areas. The amount of blue light they emit is small.


6. High CRI - 70+

70 CRI
80 CRI
One of the specifications you need to pay attention to is CRI (color rendering index). This is a measurement of the quality of light that the fixture is producing. It is a scale between 0 and 100. Sunlight is 100. A general rule is that you need less quantity of light if you have better quality. LED has high CRI making the quality better than most traditional light sources.



7. L70 Light Maintenance

100,000 hours
Lumen maintenance relates to the lifespan of a light source. LED lights do not burn out like traditional lights. They maintain initial lumens longer. What happens is the light intensity fades gradually, but this usually takes years.

A 70% deterioration in light output is the point at which the human eye notices a decline in the intensity. But, the human eye is only affected when the light intensity of a light source reaches a level of 30%.

Used 12 hours a night, our LED Shoebox fixtures will provide bright, maintenance free lighting for years.

8. Efficacy (Lumens Per Watt)

130 lm/w
Luminous efficacy is the true measure of a bulb’s efficiency. It indicates the lumens produced for every watt of electricity consumed. LEDs are more efficient than traditional bulbs with a higher luminous efficacy. High quality LEDs have awesome efficacy ratings. The standard luminous efficacy is upwards of 130 lumens per watt.

To calculate luminous efficacy, divide the number of lumens the lamp generates by the watts of electricity it consumes. LED light fixtures with a higher luminous efficacy  are more efficient than those with a lower luminous efficacy.


9. Reduced Light Pollution

Dark Sky Compliant
Traditional street lights may illuminate streets and sidewalks at night, however, they are notorious for light pollution. Light pollution is misdirected and excessive outdoor lighting. As countries and cities become more developed, the constant demand for street lighting increases the threat of light pollution.

Light pollution occurs in different ways including light trespass (light spill), sky glow, glare, and light clutter. It affects the environment as carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere. The International Dark-Sky Association states that each year, about 12 million tons of carbon dioxide are released by invasive night time lighting. The association also estimates that 30% of all street light is wasted.

Light pollution also affects the lifestyle of mammals, birds, amphibians, and insects by causing disorientation and affecting their migration, sleeping, mating, and feeding cycles. LED technology has addressed the light pollution problem by developing light fixtures that focus light only where it is required.

The Problem with Conventional Street Lighting

Street lighting is as important today as it was several years ago. Traditional street lighting systems have been useful over time. But, they have caused the following problems for cities, municipalities, and residents:
High Energy Consumption

First of all, the energy consumption of traditional street lights is high. Street lighting accounts for up to 40% of the total energy usage in many cities. During cold weather, traditional lamps need more energy to produce light.


Over Lighting and Light Trespass

Over lighting is another problem. Traditional HID bulbs cannot dim and thus provide unnecessary bright light.

In some cities, even with low amounts of pedestrians and cars, street lights operate at high intensity. This leads to wasted energy and environmental issues. LEDs can be controlled and dimmed to provide lighting when required.

Light trespass occurs when street lights produce unwanted light. They shine onto adjacent residential properties. Unlike LED, traditional HID lights are not capable of producing directional light.


Maintenance Intensive

Another problem with street lighting is the maintenance of traditional lighting systems. Due to their short lifespan, they need relamping and servicing quite often. Money spent on purchasing new lamps, fixtures, and on labor could be spent on better programs. A LED light could operate for 10 years without the need for maintenance.

Street Lighting

Poor Quality Lighting

High pressure sodium produce yellow light and have poor color rendering ability. Everything appears brown and yellow.


Lamp Location

Old fashioned street lighting on some streets distributes uneven. Lamp posts are far apart from each other, creating wide dark patches. In other locations, some critical areas along the street do not have lamp posts. And as cities have developed, lamp locations have not been re-assessed.

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