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What are LED Tunnel Lights?

LED Tunnel lights are installed on the walls and ceilings of tunnels. They provide light in what would otherwise be a very dark space. These lights are bright, energy-efficient, and will provide years of maintenance-free lighting. LED Lights provide high-quality lighting which is perfect for tunnels that rely completely on lighting to keep the space safe and well-lit for occupants.

LED tunnel lights can operate in wet environments as long as they are IP-rated. Any lighting solutions we will recommend are with IP65, IP66, IP67 or IP68.

We also offer vibration-proof LED fixtures for tunnels. If this is something you need, let us know.

Type of LED Fixtures to Use for Road Tunnel Lighting

It depends on where the fixtures are mounted and the type of tunnel. We’ve got corrosive-resistant LED Canopy Lights, LED Flood Lights, LED Wall Packs, linear fixtures, and vapor-proof fixtures. They’re designed to handle exhaust gases. With optics to provide proper illumination on the roadway below.

We’ve also found you might need explosion-proof fixtures (C1D1 / C1D2).

Do You Need Corrosive Resistant LED Tunnel Lights?

You will need corrosive-resistant fixtures if there is a high concentration of carbon dioxide. This can eat away at the fixture inside and out over time. To stop that from happening, you need a corrosive-resistant or vapor-tight fixture.

Where concentrations of CO2 are not high, powder-coated or polycarbonate fixtures work fine. Send us your requirements and we can recommend the right solution for your needs.

Can You Replace 400 Watt and 1000 Watt Metal Halide Tunnel Fixtures with LED?

LED Tunnel Lights vary on lumen per watt output. Many fixtures are 100 to 130 lumens per watt. Others are 130 to 150 lumens per watt. And there are some over 150 lumens per watt. The more lumens per watt, you’ll need fewer watts to produce the same amount of light.

To replace a 400 Watts metal halide you need 15000 to 25000 lumens. To replace a 1000 Watt metal halide you need 39000 to 50000 LED lumens. The best way to determine the exact amount of watts/lumens you need is to create a lighting plan.

What is the Best Lighting for a High Ceiling Tunnel?

We offer some high-power LED solutions, but it depends on the tunnel usage. A lighting plan will show how well a certain light will work within your tunnel. And we can recommend the right combination of power, lumens, and optics.

Reducing Glare or Dimming LED Tunnel Lights

You can do this by selecting the right fixture for your applications. The right fixture will depend on the needed wattage, optic, and mounting. Creating a lighting plan will help you find the right LED tunnel lights to reduce any glare.

 

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LED Lighting Certifications for Tunnel Use

There is no tunnel certification standard. There are key features you want to make sure your tunnel lighting has. IP65 + rated if the tunnels are wet. They have the mounting you need. They’re corrosive resistant and provide the right level and optic for your application.

The other important aspect is the direction you install the lights. You want to make sure your lighting plan keeps the light out of the drivers’ eyes. As that can create an unsafe environment. We can help you determine this.

Mounting Options for LED Tunnel Lights

Tunnel lighting will be mounted with a surface, wall, ceiling, or a trunnion/yoke bracket. We will match the right fixture and mount based on your specific requirements.

Installing these lights is east for a qualified electrician, there’s nothing difficult. It’s no more difficult than installing normal types of lighting in this environment.

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