If you need induction gas station lights to replace your existing ones or for a fresh install, you should become familiar with the many options that will be available to you. Depending on which options and features you choose for your new lights, the price that you will pay for them will vary quite a bit. However, what is really nice about induction gas station lights is that over the years of use you will save thousands of dollars in operation and energy expenses when compared to conventional lighting.
It is no surprise that one of the most desirable features for the lighting is a long product lifespan. A good length of time for these types of lights to last for is 100,000 hours. In order for you to get the very most out of your purchase, you are going to want to make sure that you purchase from a company that is going to offer you a good warranty. It is not impossible to find a really excellent company who will back up your installation and product with a ten year or 60,000 hour warranty! It is recommended that you do not settle for less, because the best companies out there do indeed offer this protection term.
As far as the housing of your new gas station lights is concerned, you are going to want something that is strong, durable and long lasting. It also wouldnt be bad if the housing was made of material that was maintenance free, too! For these reasons, you are going to ideally want to get high pressure die casted aluminum housing. For increased durability, you might also consider going with a powder coating. A recommended choice for the lenses would be either clear tempered glass or UV Stabilized polycarbonate. Did you know you can opt for an anti dust treatment on those lenses too?
For your lamps and generators, you might want to opt for dimmability options (step dimming is always nice), as well as two way communication capability.
At an operating frequency of 50 60Hz, you want a power factor that is greater than 0.95. It goes without saying, but some people forget to check on it, but you should also make sure that your induction gas station lights are going to be flicker free, you want them to come on instantly, and you always want them to operate with minimum light loss. Occupancy sensors come in handy, as does NanoBright technology.
All products that you purchase need to be UL Listed, and labeled and assembled in an ISO9000/1 certified facility. Your products should always be quality tested and inspected more than once before they are shipped out for installation. Always make sure that the company you go with to supply and install your new induction gas station lights offers a multiple year/high hour warranty, too.