What are the differences between LED and induction street lamps?

Except for LED street lights, induction street lights are also a new choice for the street lights, right? What are their differences?

LED and induction street lamps are different in ways to producing light and adjusting light, and shapes.

  • Generating light: LED lights produce light by the movement of electronic in the P-N structure. Induction street lamps make use of the electromagnetic induction to create light.
  • Adjusting light: LED lights can apply PWM to change the brightness of the light while induction lights control the light by constant current regulation.
  • Shapes: LED lights in the shape of the bulb, while induction lights are circular.

More reading: 7 Types of Street Lights Classified by Light Sources

What Others Are Asking

Why are highway lights so high?

The street lights on the highway are so high. Why don’t they lower the height so that the light can be brighter?

Read Detailed Advice From Blog Articles

Scroll to Top
Scroll to Top