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The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, a super-engineering project that lasted nearly nine years, was officially opened under the attention of global eyes on 23rd, Oct, 2018. The 55-km-length cross-sea bridge was created as the world's biggest bridge and the finally unveiled its mystery. The LED street lights, LED tunnel lights, LED landscape lights and LED variable message signs of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge are tailor-made by SANSI, a total of nearly 30,000 sets.
Who is SANSI？
Since its founding in 1993, SANSI has been dedicated to technological innovation in a wide range of LED lighting. With over 400 in-house engineers, 2000 employees, and three advanced factories, SANSI has reached over 40 nations on more than five continents. Having successfully launched dozens of cutting-edge projects, SANSI's mission is that technology create values.
In order to meet the requirements of the bridge's extreme conditions, a number of unique and innovative technologies have been applied to the bridge's LED lighting products, including ceramic cooling technology and reflective lighting technology.
COC—Chip on Ceramic Technology
The near-end convection removes heat accumulation and makes heat distribution more uniform so that it can eliminate heat island effects.
The thick film sintering technology is adopted, and the conductive circuit is directly sintered on the ceramic, which greatly reduces the thermal resistance.
The LED is directly welded to the ceramic without the substrate, which greatly improves the seismic performance.
Without using thermal grease which improves the reliability of heat dissipation.
Excellent ceramic insulation performance, significantly improving product safety.
Excellent high and low temperature resistance, weather resistance and corrosion resistance.
SANSI Ceramic Modular LED Street Lights are responsible for the main lighting needs of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. Thousands of LED street lights are distributed on both sides of the bridge. Here are several major highlights in the following points:
Light distribution design
New light distribution design based on uniform brightness: The professional lighting design software DIALux is used to simulate based on measured data. When the uniformity of illumination is met, the brightness uniformity is far higher than the standard requirements, which can effectively eliminate the "zebra effect"