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Perimeter Fence Lighting Design

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Lighting design for perimeter security is a form of security lighting where lights are installed at the perimeter of a large outdoor space. It either lights up the perimeter area or the area that’s nearest the perimeter. The lights are either pointed along the fence line, pointing inwards or outwards. It’s an integral part of any security system designed to keep areas safe.

There is no standard, per se. There may be requirements based on location. They need to work with electronic surveillance systems like cameras and video recorders.

High Security Areas (Prisons – for example) 5 fc
Low Security Areas 1-2 fc

These are two ways of saying the same thing. One difference is if the area is using security cameras. Using security cameras may have a higher foot candle requirement.

Creating a lighting plan is a good first step. The plan allows you to create a physical layout of the outdoor space. Then you can add lights and poles around the perimeter in specific locations. The plan calculates foot candle readings along the perimeter to meet your required light levels.

They are very good actually. They provide long-lasting, high-quality light and work well with security cameras. They require very little maintenance.