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Induction Lighting Lasts Longer

  • Lasts Longer than LED by nearly Two Times
  • Costs Less than LED by Nearly Half
  • Lasts 8-10 Times Longer than Metal Halide
  • Lasts 5 Times Longer Than High Pressure Sodium
  • Lasts Up To 22 Years of 12 Hour Days
  • Requires Virtually No Maintenance
  • Carries a 5 Year Warranty

Induction Lighting Saves Money

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Save $100-$120 per bulb (400w) per year in energy costs!

induction saves money
Save $30-$50 per bulb (400w) per year in maintenance costs!

(For Up To 100,000 Hours Use)

RETROFIT Your Fixtures with Induction Lighting or BUY NEW!

Forest Hill Church, Charlotte NC

INDUCTION LIGHTING is the Better Lighting Solution

Town of IslipIslip, NY – Islip Town Supervisor Phil Nolan and Councilman John H. Edwards recently met with officials from the U.S. Department of Energy to review the Town’s project to install over 8,000 induction street light fixtures across the town with stimulus funds provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

UC DavisChris Cioni, Associate Director of Facilities Management with the University of California, Davis, discusses the university's Smart Lighting initiative.

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Car Dealership utilizes Induction LightingCar Dealership reduces outside lighting cost from $1,250 per month to $200 with revolutionary induction lighting.

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electriciansErik Anderson, Director, Facilities Operations, writes: "Using funding from rebates of previous energy-saving projects, the Santa Fe Facilities staff hatched another energy-saving idea. While induction lighting is not a new technology in Europe, it is in the United States, so we set out to find a vendor who could retrofit our parking lot lights. The old lights were a total wattage of 390 per light. We found an induction light that requires 200 watts."


Car Dealership Case StudyEXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The purpose of this demonstration and survey is to evaluate the visual effect of induction lamps compared to two different wattages of metal halide lamps at a car dealership. The benefits of the induction lamps are that they consume considerably less energy than high intensity discharge (HID) light sources, while providing improved color rendering at significantly lower lumen levels.

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