Inspect and Inspect the Contents of Street Lamps
The inspection and maintenance of street lamps are generally carried out in the evening, but it is necessary to keep abreast of the running conditions in the morning and evening. If one of the following conditions causes the lights to be turned off, they should be dealt with during the inspection and maintenance, such as:
- Lamps that end at the end of the bulb’s life or are too high in pressure to form a stolen stop.
- Bubbling or frothing causes damage to the glass bulb, leaving only the wick or lamp cap.
- The power lead of the lamp is loose, or the fuse is blown, etc.
- The ballast is damaged, stolen or the ballast is over-temperature, and the noise is abnormal.
- The lamp head bulb is loose or the lighting direction is incorrect.
- Lamp arm displacement.
- The damage of a single lamp and compensation capacitor should be replaced in time, and capacitor operation should not be omitted.
- The trigger is invalid or the work is unstable.
- Transformer low-voltage insurance and control box insurance fuse should be replaced in time, whether the trigger in the control box is in good contact, and whether the clock is operating normally.
- Clean the lamp once every time the lamp is repaired or every six months.
Inspection and maintenance of street lamppost
- Special poles for street lamps (including cement poles and metal poles).
- Whether the shaft is tilted, hit, or whether the base of the shaft is sinking or deformed. If any of the above conditions are encountered, they should be dealt with in time and reported step by step.
- Cement rods should be reported in time if there are exposed ribs, cracks, or falling blocks.
- It is strictly forbidden to hold billboards or banners on street light poles without permission and dismantle them if found.
- Test the grounding resistance of the metal pole once a year, the grounding resistance is not greater than 4 Ω.
- When problems are found in the street lamp sharing pole, those that fall within our jurisdiction should be dealt with in a timely manner, and those that are not within our jurisdiction should be reported in a timely manner.