Bollard lights are commonly installed outdoors to illuminate pathways, landscapes, driveways, compounds, parking lots, etc. Due to their robust body structure, they are well protected from dust, water, and other external nuisances.
The head part consists of a polycarbonate light mount, while the bottom part consists of a cylindrical aluminium body. These materials impart specific properties that improve their performance and usability. Aluminium being lightweight and rust-resistant allows easy installation, maintenance, and improved durability.
These bollards use LED circuit boards and B22 lamps as a lighting solution. LED PCBs come built-in with the LED bulkhead variant, while the b22 bulb has to be installed by the consumer as needed.
Bollards are ubiquitous and versatile. However, they are mainly used as lighting fixtures to protect both property and commuters. They are often used on sidewalks to illuminate and demark the walking lane. They play a vital role in controlling the traffic by narrowing the lanes.