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YTL Smart Lighting System Save 30% Energy for You

Time:2020-12-18

 YTL Smart Lighting System Save 30% Energy for You

 

   

Urban street lighting is an important public facility in people’s daily life. At present, there are 100 million street lights in China. 30% of lighting power is consumed by street lighting which is 10% of the country’s total power consumption. It is equivalent to the annual power generation of a Three Gorges Hydropower Station and more than 7 times the annual power generation of the Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant. However, using traditional street lights, about 35% of the electricity is wasted.

 

With the continuous development of smart cities, people pay more attention on energy conservation, environmental protection, city image, intelligent management. Combined with the current lighting situation and various problems caused by the power shortage, the concept of "on-demand lighting and fine management" is proposed, namely smart lighting system .

 

Adhering to the vision of saving energy for the earth, YTL has launched a smart street light management system integrating smart controller + concentrator + AMI system. This system is a combination of Internet, GPRS, wireless communication, and power line carrier communication to achieve the entire city or cross-city lighting monitoring and control. The monitoring accuracy has reached every line and every single lamp, realizing high-efficiency and low-cost lighting and power management. Smart street lamps are also part of the construction of smart cities.

 

Data information shows that China has just started in 2019, and smart street lights have just begun to increase their volume, with a year-on-year growth rate of 1368%. In 2020, it will continue to rise rapidly. As of June this year, about 100 new projects have been tendered for smart street lights in China, and the total operating scale of new projects will reach RMB 24.651 billion. By the end of 2020, the total operating scale of the smart street light project will reach 44.1 billion yuan.

 

  With 1 million 150W LED street lamps, YTL intelligent street lamp system can be used to measure the lighting on demand according to the time of day, which can save 290 million KWH of electricity every year.

 

Time

Lighting strategy

Brightness

Energy saving

Energy saved

18:00-19:00

All lights

60%

40%

60,000kWh

19:00-22:00

All lights

100%

0

0

22:00-00:00

Every other lights

100%

50%

150,000kWh

00:00-5:00

Every other lights

80%

60%

450,000kWh

5:00-6:30

Every other lights

60%

70%

157,500kWh

 

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 YTL Smart Street Light Management System integrates multiple functions to bring convenience to users in all aspects of street light management.

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Diversified control methods: implement flexible grouping, time period, and area control, as well as temporary control, automatic control, flexible and convenient lighting adjustment.

 

High efficiency and energy saving: Energy saving can be achieved through dimming, and energy saving can also be achieved in groups by switching lights at intervals, and the energy saving ratio can be flexibly adjusted.

 

Map function: GIS geographic information display, showing the location of each line and each lamp, effectively monitoring the lighting conditions of various places, and can quickly and accurately locate faults.

 

Alarm function: communication interruption, low lighting rate, low concentrator online rate, etc. The monitoring center has an alarm display; abnormal events such as line failure, street lamp failure, and open door of distribution box will be immediately reported to the monitoring center and monitoring center There is an alarm display.

 

Data query function: It can store and generate analysis data and reports such as electric energy, power, current, voltage, lighting rate, switching time, etc., and customize the printing report function. The monitoring center can query any data information.

 

This system is favored by customers in many countries, and has been used in batches in Southeast Asia, Africa, South Asia and other countries, saving at least 30% of the local power resources.

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