Induction lamps use electro-magnetic fields to power them as opposed to the typical electrodes or filaments found in to-day's lighting.
There's no 'burning' inside the glass tubing. The Magnetic field excites the phosphor which in turn causes illumination. That's Why Induction Lamps are rated to last 10-Years. Induction Lamps start to lose light output in the 9-th year - and then only 30% of original.
We say 10-Years.....if they are operated 24-hours/day. Where they are used outdoors, typically they will operate 12-hours/day.
This equates to 20-Years at 12-hours/day.
Where bucket trucks are required to change burn-outs in 30-Foot Street lamps, for example: Don't forget to include savings from not having a bucket-truck and crew over 10 - 20 Years!! These savings alone can justify switching from High Pressure Sodium (HPS) or Metal Halide (MH) lighting.
If you are still using Mercury Vapour lights around your Property, not only will you experience a sharp reduction in energy use - you will be able to see out there, too! (Mercury Vapour lighting lasts ~25-years. It loses 64% of it's light output in Year 1!!)
Here is a very popular Induction Pole Lamp.....
Attractive 10-Foot Induction light - very decorative. Available in Steel or non-rusting Aluminum.
The direct result are the following amazing .............
Features of Induction Lamps
100,000 hour rated life span.... (~10-Years) Wide range of colour temperatures ( 2700K – 6500K) Instant start and re-strike capability – no warm up time Wide operating temperatures -40c to 50c 90 + CRI – a clean bright white light 0.92 power factor 100% flicker free (no filaments or electrodes) 98% operating efficiency 80 – 92 LPW High Lumen maintenance Voltages in 120 ~ 277 and 208~ 347 Wide range of available wattages
Here is another Stylish Induction Lamp to enhance your Property: (Pole-top)
This is an Induction Wall Washer
Illuminate the Area.
Induction lighting is 'Instant-On'.
No warm-up period. .
Works well with motion-detector, photo-cell devices
.....thus helping to lower Energy costs further.
Excellent Example of Induction High Bay Lighting:
1600W Induction Instant-On Technology Replaces 2700W Metal Halide
Our Client has a small gymnasium that once used six 400W (Input = 450W with ballast each, or 2,700 Watts combined) Metal Halide Lamps.
MH fixtures were removed and replaced with eight (8) 200W Induction High Bays. (Combined Input Watts = 1,600W)
A reduction of ~60%.
BONUS: Substantial savings from elimination of maintenance. (No scaffolding and related labour! to replace burned-out lamps for at least 10-Years or more.)
Recommended: especially for gymnasiums - enclose each lamp with a protective wire cage.
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Gymnasium Lit with Induction Hi-Bay
Still using + 400W Lamps in the Parking Lot?
These 200W will cut +50% Off Your Hydro Bill:
"Retire the Bucket Truck Expense for 10-Years"