The Wireless Road Lamp (WRL) is basically a wireless light bulb powered by electromagnetic induction. Both the bulbs and the process of feeding them are patented systems and with exclusive license of exploitation and development of TESLEC NORTE S.L.
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Dangers and Ineffectiveness
The electrically powered lighting and signaling systems found on the different types of tracks are designed to be connected to "power outlets". Regardless of whether the power supply comes from a battery charged by a photovoltaic cell, or from an urban power outlet, power cables are always necessary to reach the lamp, LED bulb or lighting device. However, this need for wiring of the lamps and signals generates important problems related to safety in the event of an electrical incident. Not to mention the complexity of the connection to multiple lighting elements fixed on a public road.
Signs and reflective media
Because of the above-mentioned drawbacks, many of the signs used on public roads are reflective in nature. The great disadvantage of these reflective means compared to active lighting is obvious, but since wiring every small light element in the centre or on the sides of a road involves normally unacceptable costs and risks, this simple and well-known reflective technology is often chosen.
HOW IT WORKS
The Wireless Road Lamp (WRL) is basically a wireless light bulb powered by electromagnetic induction. Both the bulbs and the process of feeding them are patented systems and with exclusive license of exploitation and development of TESLEC NORTE S.L. The power supply of a WRL beacon is a simple cable buried under the pavement. This cable is therefore hidden, protected and out of any possibility of contact with the outside of the track. So there is no connection cable to the bulb. Its installation is very simple: Just make a slot in the pavement along the route where you want to place wireless bulbs. It does not matter the length of the section of track we want to sign, or the number of lamps we want to place. Once the groove is made, a cable is inserted inside it and the final seal is made, filling the groove with sika, asphalt or other suitable material.
Cordless light bulbs
Installation is made much easier if the cable is launched during the construction of the section to be paved, since in that case it is sufficient to extend it prior to the laying of the last layer of the pavement. The cable thus laid along the section to be marked is connected to the specific power supply signal generator that TESLEC NORTE S.L. manufactures for this purpose. This generator is fed by a simple 12/24/48VDC power supply as the ones we can find in any office printer or personal computer.
There are multiple uses and applications for the wireless light bulbs we have designed.