Solar Wall Light Manufacturers introduces the installa […]
Solar Wall Light Manufacturers introduces the installation method of Garden Lights:
Before installing the yard lamp, it is required to use M16 or M20 (commonly used specifications) screws to weld the foundation cage according to the standard flange size provided by the manufacturer. Then, at the installation site, excavate the appropriate size pit and place the foundation cage in between. After the level is corrected, use cement concrete to irrigate to fix the base cage. After 3-7 days, the cement concrete will fully condense, and the yard light can be installed. (Note: The embedded pipeline needs to be led out when the yard lights are poured).
When installing the yard lamp, open the package and check the integrity of the yard lamp. Refer to the product manual for assembly and wiring. The general process is: open the lamp housing, install the light source and supporting electrical appliances, and lead the lead wire from the threading hole to the light pole At the bottom, connect the lamp head and the lamp pole, pay attention to tighten the fastening screws, and then align the flange of the yard lamp with the screw of the foundation embedded part, and stand upright. Then tighten the device nut after leveling with a nut or pad.
Yard lamp circuit wiring: After the yard lamp is installed, you can refer to the manual and electrician specifications to perform the wiring operation. It should be noted that the device wiring needs to be grounded. Generally, the yard lamp will reserve a grounding terminal for grounding to eliminate safety hazards. Choose lamps with reasonable light distribution. The light distribution type of the lamp should be confirmed according to the function and spatial shape of the lighting place. Use efficient lamps. Under the condition of satisfying the requirements of glare restraint, for lighting that only satisfies the visual function, direct-type light distribution lamps and open-type lamps should be selected.
Choose lamps that are convenient for device protection and low operating costs. In special places where there is a risk of fire or blasting, as well as dust, humidity, vibration, and corrosion, lamps that meet the environmental requirements should be selected. When high-temperature parts such as the appearance of lamps and lamp accessories are close to combustibles, fire protection measures such as heat insulation and heat dissipation should be adopted.