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Rural roads are illuminated for both vehicles and pedestrians and are generally with a width at 7-10 M. The lighting requirements are one level lower than those of urban roads. At midnight, there will be fewer vehicles and pedestrians, and the illumination level can be further reduced, thus achieving a more energy-efficient lighting effect.

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Lights Arrangement Types Of Rural Road Recommend TYPE-A / TYPE-B / TYPE-C

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One-sided lighting

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Double-sided "Z"-shaped lighting

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Symmetrical lighting on both sides

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Symmetrical lighting in the center of the road

Brightness Of Rural Working Mode Options

Mode 1 : Work at full brightness all night.

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Mode 2 : Work at full bightness before midnight, work in dimming mode after midnight.

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Mode 3 : Add a MOTION SENSOR, the light is 100% on when there is a car passing by, work in dimming mode when there is no car passing by.

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From the perspective of cost, Model 1 > Model 2 > Model 3

Light Distributions Mode Of Rural Road Recommend TYPE I & TYPE II

Light Distributions Model

TYPE I

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Standard,  The Type I distribution is great for lighting walkways, 
paths and  sidewalks. It is generally applicable to where the 
mounting height is  approximately equal to the roadway width.

TYPE II

In the IESNA Standard,  the Type II distribution is used for wide walkways, on ramps and  entrance roadways, as well as other long, narrow lighting. It is generally  applicable to where the width of the roadway does not exceed 1.75 times the designed mounting
height.

TYPE III

In the IESNA Standard,  the Type III distribution is meant for roadway lighting, 
general parking  areas and other areas where a largerarea of lighting is required. This  distribution is intended for luminaires 
mounted at or near the side of  medium width roadways or areas, where the width of the roadway or area  does not exceed
2.75 times the mounting height.

TYPE V

The Type V lens of BOSUN solar  street light . In the IESNA  Standard,It is intended for luminaire mounting at or near center of  roadways,center islands of parkway, and intersections. It is also meant  for large, commercial parking lot lighting as well as areas where suticient,  evenly distributed light is necessary.

Recommended Models To Urban Road Solar Street Lights

All In One Solar Lights

BOUSN solar lights all in one series is the most compact model. It integrates all components such as solar panel, lithium battery, solar controller and high lumens LED  all together with the lighting fixture as one unit withIP65 waterproof.

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Split-Type Solar Street Light

BOSUN solar street lamp split design, with completely separate design of solar panel, LED Lamp and Lithium Battery Unit. Lithium Battery units are usually mounted under panels or hung from light poles. Because the size of solar panel and Lithium Battery Unit can be large without limitation, it can support high-power LED lamp output to work for a long time, but the installation is more complicated than other models.

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