American Electrical Manufacturers Association issues new standards for street lights
According to reports, NEMA in the United States has released a new standard for street lights, American National Standard for Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment-Luminaire Four-Pin Extension Module and Receptacle-Physical and Electrical Interchangeability and Testing.
EMANEMA said the new standard provides mechanical and electronic specifications for the connection of road and area lighting to controllers and sensing elements. This standard was developed for road and area lighting manufacturers, municipalities, and utility companies and will help related industries use the Zhaga Book 18 interface to install or remove various sensors on outdoor LED lighting fixtures.
Towns and cities around the world continue to transform street lights into LED lights, not only to save energy, but also part of the infrastructure construction of smart cities. Connected lighting, sensing applications, and data collection have all enabled urban management teams to better monitor and notice user and residential needs to provide the corresponding services and functions.