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Induction Lighting | Switched On

Supplier: Switched On Lighting

Induction Lighting is a proven lighting technology that has been around for over 100 years.

Price Guide: POA

Due to recent advancements in electronic ballast/generator technology, it has more recently become a viable option for the industrial, commercial and municipal markets.

Features and Benefits of Switched On Induction Lighting:

  • Save Costs
    • Lamp life and lower wattage reduce energy costs by up to 75%
    • The full costs of converting to induction lighting can usually be fully recovered in less than 3 years
    • With an expected lifespan of up to 100,000 hours, induction lamps significantly reduce maintenance costs. (labour, used lamp disposal and replacement costs)
  • Save Energy
    • A single 200w induction lamp provides the same illumination as a 400w metal halide lamp, thereby reducing energy consumption by 50%
    • By running much cooler heat loss is minimised
    • Instant restrike and no cooling down period reduces wasted energy
    • Works on sensors
  • Improve Lamp Performance
    • Lamp lifespan is an expected 100,000 hours, the equivalent of 22 years at 12 hours per day
    • Lamps operate at a low temperature, thereby extending the life of the lamp, the fixture and the ballast
    • The tube is completely sealed with no filament to burn away, meaning light output doesn’t deteriorate over time
    • Lamps can operate in extreme ambient temperatures from -40° C up to 50°C
    • The quality of supplied electricity has no impact on lamp performance due to wide voltage range
    • By operating at a low temperature, lamps and fixtures can be sealed to resist ingress of insects, dust and fumes
    • In temperature controlled rooms, induction lights emit less heat
  • Improve Quality Of Light
    • No flicker or glare
    • Restores the natural colour rendering of the environment
    • Spectral distribution is 20% more efficient than other energy saving lamps
    • High luminous efficacy of 85-90 lumens per watt

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