Compared to LED lighting or Fluorescent lamps or HID lighting fixtures like Metal Halide (MH), High Pressure Sodium (HPS) or Mercury Vapor (MV), Induction Lighting technology is proven to be the long life, energy saving and maintenance saving solution sought by store owners and facility managers.

First introduced and patented in 1891 by Nikola Tesla, Induction Lighting were always prized for their; high lumens per watt, low operating temperatures, crisp color, long lamp life and low lumen depreciation over their entire life.

Induction lighting is the preferred light source in buildings and areas wherever replacement and maintenance of lights can be difficult. Areas like parking lots, industrial buildings, cafeterias, gymnasiums, signage, tunnels, cold storage units, bridges, street lighting, roadways, public spaces, etc

Today, as communities and businesses search for ways to reduce energy consumption, Induction Lighting and LED are the two light sources offering real world energy saving potential.   

What are the advantages of Induction Lighting vs LED

Fixture Lifetime – Induction Lighting is rated at 100,000 hours

Warranty – 10 year manufacturer warranty 

Wattages Availability – From 23 watts bulbs up to 400 watts Low Bay and High Bay lighting fixtures 

Short ROI – a 2 to 3 year ROI when factoring in energy and maintenance costs. (Without energy rebates or tax incentives)

Area Lighting – Induction Lighting is designed to light large areas like parking lots,  factory floor, warehouse space, etc. LED is better suited for display or spot lighting

Lumen Depreciation – Induction Lighting has slow lumen depreciation (light loss) and can maintain up to 70% of original lumens for 60,000 hours or more. 

Proven Technology –  Induction Liughting has been in use for many years with proven results

Purchase Price –  Lower price for Induction Ligting

What are the advantages of LED vs Induction Lighting

Operating Temperature – Minimum operating temperature as low as -40 F

Durability – Since the LEDs are solid-state devices, they are more resistant to vibration and impact compared to the induction lamps which are made of glass

Display Lighting  – LEDs are ideal for compact forms where spot lighting or display lighting is most needed i.e. traffic signals, signs, product shelving lighting 

 

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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