A view of the Nakano Railyard at night. The LED lighting features LED modules with a lifespan of 60000 hours. They brightly illuminate the entire area and also contribute to maintenance savings.
Nakano Railyard is a Tokyo Metro railyard that has a site area of approximately 59000m², and is where periodic inspections and carriage-inspection zone work are carried out for carriages on the Ginza and Marunouchi lines. Tokyo Metro is proceeding with the introduction of LED lighting for carriages and station facilities, including station premises, as a part of its promotion of power savings, and its railyards are also being changed to LED lighting in order when those upgrades take place.
The Nakano Railyard underwent a conversion to LED lighting in March of 2017. 65W LEDioc FLOOD SPOLART LED floodlights were installed in place of the existing 250W mercury-lamp floodlights. Furthermore, depending on location, LEDioc STREET 40VA LED security lights were also used, making for a lighting environment that contributes to power and maintenance savings while ensuring the same brightness as that of the previous lighting.
Power consumption after the upgrade to LED lighting has been reduced to less than half, achieving significant reductions in power consumption while brightly lighting the railyard at night, contributing to improved safety.
LEDioc FLOOD SPOLART 65W Type - 66
LEDioc STREET 40VA - 54
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