LED Auto Rack Railcar Lighting by INPS

Enhancing Visibility in Autorack Railcars
In the dimly lit confines of an Autorack railcar, small perforations offer the only glimmers of light, sourced from distant yard lights.

These external lights often lack the intensity required for safe and efficient loading and unloading, posing challenges to workers navigating the narrow dimensions of railcars.

Recognizing the need for improved visibility, INPS has introduced an innovative modular LED light system specifically designed for Autorack railcars. This system was engineered to enhance worker safety and streamline the loading process, especially where precision is crucial.

Problems solved:

  • Dim yard lighting leading to reduced visibility.
  • Compromised worker safety due to inadequate lighting conditions.
  • The need for precise lighting due to the narrow dimensions of railcars.
  • Risks of vehicle damage from traditional methods such as flashlights or leaning out of windows

The INPS Solution:

A Game-Changing LED Lighting System

David Humann states:

“The newly designed system strategically places modular LED lights throughout the railcar. This layout not only maximizes light distribution but also reduces shadows and dark spots, crucial for ensuring the safe maneuvering of vehicles.”

INPS’ Autorack Lighting solution marks a significant advancement in the functionality and safety of railcar operations.

Poised to benefit freight railroads across North America. This innovative lighting system not only promises to enhance the efficiency of railcar loading but also significantly improves visibility and safety for workers.

This article was originally published by INPS Group.

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