Energy Efficient Induction Lighting

Induction shoe box fixtures are ideal for illuminating aircraft hangers, marinas, car dealerships, gymnasiums, sports halls, swimming pools, warehousing, flood and security lighting for parking lots, residential neighborhoods, and other public spaces that require energy-efficient, high definition area lighting. Energy Efficient Induction Lighting achieves further energy savings when motion sensors are installed.

 

“Induction lighting is one of the best kept secrets in energy efficient lighting.” states the Department of Energy’s Energy Savers blog

energy efficient induction lighting

With a virtually maintenance free 100,000 hour lamp life rating, energy savings of up to 70 percent, unmatched lumen maintenance, and a faster return on investment (ROI), energy efficient induction lighting is a great alternative to HID lighting fixtures.

Energy efficient induction lighting fixtures turn on instantly, even in colder temperatures, is really important to facility managers. Unlike HPS, HID, and LED sources, energy efficient induction lighting fixtures operate in cold temperatures down to -40 degrees Fahrenheit.

 

Long Lifespan

Experience with using induction lighting at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) near Carlsbad, New Mexico, has demonstrated the long life in actual usage. WIPP’s first induction lighting system was installed in 1998, replacing high-pressure sodium (HPS) lights. More than 10 years later, all but three of the original 36 induction units are still operating after more than 88,000 hours of continuous, 24/7 operation. Additional systems were installed in 2002 and succeeding years, both indoors and outside, with excellent results.

 

Applications with High Potential for Induction Lighting 

  • In hard-to-reach locations that make maintenance costs high, such as street lighting and tunnels, or in high ceilings where there is continuous operation, such as hotel rotundas
  • Cold environments, such as supermarket walk-in coolers and freezers
  • Where high-quality lighting is required or highly desirable
  • Where reliability is highly valued
  • Where high lumen output is required
  • In areas that require lamps to reach full illumination immediately.

 

Lighting share of commercial building electricity use
Lighting takes a larger share of a building’s electricity use than any other single end use—more than 35 percent.

 

See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy. Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org


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