WORCESTER, Mass., March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Access Fixtures has published a new and comprehensive document detailing bollard light spacing to answer the common questions, “How many bollards do I need?” and “How far apart should I place my bollard lights?” Bollard lights are outdoor light fixtures that are ideal for illuminating walkways, streets, and driveways of commercial and public areas. While bollard light styles vary, optics, lamp type and wattage can be different as well. There are three primary optics types available: louvers, standard reflectors, and type 5. The light source can be fluorescent, metal halide (MH), high-pressure sodium (HPS) or LED. Wattage for each type of light source can vary. Knowing how close or far apart to space bollard lights has been difficult. Now, Access Fixtures has published a new comprehensive document that discusses how light source, optics and wattages can affect bollard light spacing and gives suggested spacing based on common applications.
“This is the first time customers will be able to reference a document that discusses bollard light spacing,” said Access Fixtures CEO, Steven Rothschild. He continued, “We have been able to identify all the variables affecting bollard spacing, thus giving customers a simple guide to aid in the decision making process.”
Access Fixture comprehensive guide to bollard light spacing has taken into consideration every variable affecting bollard spacing and presented it to the customers. In addition to information, photometric analyses are presented for comparison of light distribution using each optic. Access Fixtures has also provided suggested spacing for common bollard light applications. This new guide will help customers make an informed decision on the best spacing for their bollard lights according to application variables.
About Access Fixtures
Access Fixtures is your source for high-performance lighting solutions. Specializing in factory-direct commercial, industrial, hospitality, and sports lighting, Access Fixtures offers luminaires and packages including wall packs, area lights, bollard lights, garage lighters, vandal-resistant lights, exit and emergency lights, high bays, low bays, and vapor-tight luminaires. For more information, visit Access Fixtures at www.accessfixtures.com.