The true cost of lighting

LED lighting uses a fraction of the energy used by traditional florescent tubes, incandescent and halogen lamps and can reduce the electrical energy costs for lighting by up to 90%.Find out more

As an example, an incandescent lamp will divide energy consumption by converting 80% into heat and 20% into actual light emitted, with an LED lamp it is the other way round, 20% heat and 80% light, which in turn will help to reduce running costs of expensive air conditioning units.

The true price of lighting is what it costs to maintain, ie access equipment, labour and time taken to replace faulty lamps and the electricity used to power the lights. With up to 20 times the life expectancy these issues can virtually be eliminated by installing LED lighting.

Further savings can be generated by installing intelligent lighting controls, including daylight harvesting and occupancy detection.

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