Train lighting is an important passenger amenity that contributes to passenger comfort. It comes in a variety of forms, including halogen, LED, and fluorescent.
It is often utilised inside trains for a variety of purposes including interior coaches, cabins, finding track routes, and so on. The power supply system of the SG coach comprises an underslung alternator that is powered by the coach’s driving axles via the coach’s belt.
RRU regulates the alternator voltage, which varies with train speed, and converts it to 110-volt DC, which is then used to charge the battery.
A 110-volt DC battery powers the coach’s electrical load. Local and protracted railway stations connect people. They must not only serve as rest stations, but also allow travellers to find their way about efficiently and safely.
Platforms, circulation areas, and railway station architecture must all be appropriately lighted. For this aim, luminaires must meet two essential requirements: first, maximum resistance to environmental variables such as heat, cold, and moisture for extraordinary resilience in continuous operation.