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LED Tunnel Lighting System


Product Specification:

  • Name GL-AFL Series LED tunnel Lighting System
  • Power Supply Inventronics/Meanwell
  • Supply Voltage 100-277V/200-480V AC
  • System Power 240W - 1800W
  • Beam Angle 15/30/60/40*85
  • CCT 3000K/4000K/5000K/5700K/6500K
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In the majority of tunnels, the natural penetration of light does not allow satisfactory visibility for users. It is therefore necessary to install artificial lighting to improve visibility conditions and comfort.

In terms of functionalities, the lighting installation must allow for:

  • – Normal lighting that provides appropriate visibility for users, both day and night.
  • – Safety lighting that provides minimum visibility for users, to enable them to leave the tunnel in their vehicles in case of power outage.
  • – Evacuation lighting, such as evacuation marker lights, to guide tunnel users on foot in the event of an emergency.

Normal artificial lighting usually includes two successive zones:

  • – An entrance zone (also called a reinforcement zone) where the lighting level is reinforced at the tunnel entrance and gradually decreases further along the tunnel.
  • – An interior zone that corresponds to the rest of the tunnel. In this area the lighting level is constant and much lower than in the entrance zone.

In some tunnels, where there is a risk of glare at the exit, there is an exit reinforcement zone.

Entrance lighting

Motorists approaching a tunnel entrance will often experience what is known as the “black hole effect”. This is because luminance levels inside the tunnel are much lower than those outside and our eyes have difficulty adapting to the sudden difference. To alleviate this effect, a higher, “reinforced” level of lighting must therefore be provided at the tunnel entrance. This will ensure that drivers can see objects within the correct stopping distance before entering the tunnel. It will also help to prevent them from slowing down, which is important to maintain optimal traffic flow.

The amount of light required to avoid the black hole effect will depend on the brightness outside the tunnel (sunny or cloudy weather). Luminance measurements at portals are normally used to determine and adjust the lighting levels required for the entrance zone.

In order to enable drivers’ eyes to adapt from the entrance zone lighting to the interior zone lighting, the entrance lighting level is gradually reduced as drivers move along the tunnel.

Interior zone lighting

Once drivers have adapted to the lower luminance levels in the tunnel, sufficient lighting is needed in the interior zone for safe passage. Luminaires in the interior zone are therefore spaced at regular intervals, throughout the rest of the tunnel. Daytime and night-time levels of interior zone lighting are controlled by a photoelectric cell.

The design of a lighting installation should respect several criteria, notably those relating to the:

  • – Level of luminosity and lighting on the pavement.
  • – Level of luminosity and lighting on the side walls.
  • – Uniformity values for the different operating regimes.
  • – Glare values.

Several types of installations are possible; the most common are symmetrical lighting and counter-beam lighting.

Symetrical lighting

In symmetrical lighting systems, light is distributed symmetrically with respect to a plane perpendicular to the axis of the tunnel. An equal amount of light is sent towards each end of the tunnel. This system is generally used in the interior zone. It may be used in the entrance zone for tunnels which have a slow approach speed or where there is not enough room to install lighting fixtures above the carriageway.

Counterbeam lighting

Counterbeam systems project light in the direction of motorists, in conditions that avoid dazzling. This type of system, which should be fitted above the carriageway and facing the traffic flow, uses the photometric properties of the pavement (brightness and specularity). It is suitable for use in entrance zones if there is sufficient room to install light fixtures above the carriageway. It has advantages in terms of investment costs and operation costs, especially when the approach speed is relatively high (>70 km/h).

In addition to the type of lighting system, attention should also be paid to coatings on the side walls of tunnels which can affect the overall efficiency of the chosen system. For symmetrical lighting, wall coatings should preferable be light coloured. In the case of counterbeam systems, darker, but more specular coatings are preferred.

Depending on the characteristics of the tunnel and the type of lighting system, the light fittings may be installed in one or more rows, above the road or at the top of the side walls.

GL-AFL Series LED Tunnel Light

2021 Latest LED Tunnel Light

MECREE LED tunnel light aim to create the five new value to extremes.

A. Competitive Price

B. Fast Delivery

C. Muiltfunction and Wide Application

D. European design, German Quality

E. High Energy Saving up to 80%

Key 1: Specially designed to replace traditional lamps

Special designed size to replace to old tunnel light on existing poles.

(PHILIPS: MVF024, MVH-401/403/406 Arena Vision tunnel light, MVF408-CAT1-1800W tunnel light, NHF003 tunnel light; THORN: Mundial tunnel light)

This eliminates the expenses for new poles, crossarms, demolition, engineering, and foundations.

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Key 2: Installation Cost -50%

Just one tool free adjustment. Easily loosen, tighten and rotate the mounting bracket by hand. Saving the time and energy to the maximum extent.

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Install manually Laser pen without tool. Precise aiming point of each light module.

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Key 3: Uniformity 10X

Unique Calculus Optical Lenses aim to improve light transmittance. Precise aiming point of each light module by laser pen, Improving the uniformity 10% on the field.

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Key 4: High Lumen and High CRI

High efficiency LEDs and Less power required with MECREE LED tunnel light, saving more than 80% energy compared with metal halide lamps.

High CRI customized LEDs with RA90 can be suitable for 8K HD broadcasting.

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Key 5: Excellent Cooling System

With MECREE engineer team’s rich experience in relevant LED tunnel lighting and cooling structure areas, the All Areas series adopt air convection heat dissipation technology, combined with the special heat-transfer characteristic of the cooling material. Easier bring out the heat on the PCB board and maintains constant 70˚C internal temperature. Make sure ultra-low light decay 0% within 5 years with special light loss compensation technology of power supply.

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Key 6: IP67 & Wind Resistance 60M/S

Suitable for outdoor, high mast application and especially some harsh environments.

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Key 7: Wide Application

Wide power range from 200w-1800W can be used in different outdoor or indoor field.

Indoor field: warehouse, factory, workshop, showroom and some indoor sport field

Outdoor field: tennis court, football court, basketball court, baseball field, cricket field, sport stadium, square, parking lot, airport, seaport and so on.

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Let's start design your lighting project. Please try to answer our following questions or call us.

1. What kind of field you need to light up? Is a new court or need to replace the old lamps?
2. If you need to replace the old lamps, what's your current lamps?
3. What's the size of your lighting field? How many poles? What's the height of your poles?
4. What's your lux request?
5. What's the quantity you need?




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Let's start design your lighting project.
Please try to answer our following questions or call us.

1. What kind of field you need to light up? Is a new court or need to replace the old lamps?

2. If you need to replace the old lamps, what's your current lamps?

3. What's the size of your lighting field? How many poles? What's the height of your poles?

4. What's your lux request?

5. What's the quantity you need?