LED Rail Yard Lights
Our high mast and high power flood options are excellent choices for LED Rail Yards Lights. Our products can easily replace metal halide and high pressure sodium – 1 for 1. We offer free LED Rail Yard Lighting Plans so you can see how well the area will look if you converted over to LED
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What Are LED Rail Yard Lights?
What Are the Typical Rail Yard Lighting Requirements?
That depends on the region and space of the yard itself. Local governments may have different requirements. The goal is to have a uniform light level across the area. We would be happy to create a lighting plan based on your requirements to determine the ideal option for your space.
BEFORE YOU BUY
What Is the Best Lighting to Use in a Railway Tunnel?
What Is the Best LED Rail Yard Lights to use in a Rail Yard?
We Work All Night in the Yard and Need Good Light Levels. How Much Light Do You Recommend for the Safety of the Workers?
First, let’s determine what light levels will make the area safe. Then, we can create a lighting plan to ensure those levels are met in that specific area. You will need 3 to 10 foot candles on average, depending on the work performed.
We Have a Large Area to Cover Mounting Fixtures on the Top of the Building. What Are the Highest Wattage Fixtures That You Have to Light Up a Wide Space?
It will make sure the area will be bright enough and the lighting’s balanced and even across the space.
What Is the Best Lighting to Use in a Rail Station?
Can You Supply Lighting to Upgrade Our Building and Warehouses on Site?
Warehouse lighting is something we excel at. We can create a lighting plan featuring our lights to show you how well the space will be lit.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Can Your Fixtures Withstand the Dampness of a Rail Tunnel?
Yes, they can. We have many wet location fixtures that work well inside a tunnel.
How Does Your Light Compare to a Holophane Rail Yard Fixture?
They compare very well, and we feel confident that you will like the performance, pricing, warranty, and features of our products.
Should You Use an Intelligent Lighting Control System?
You can, but it’s not required. We find that most customers use timers or switches to control their fixtures.