Smart lighting

Smart lighting is a lighting technology designed for energy efficiency. This may include high efficiency fixtures and automated controls that make adjustments based on conditions such as occupancy or daylight availability.
Usually lighting consumes a lot of electrical energy every day all around the world. According to the statistics, 20 to 50 percent of total energy consumed in homes and offices are used for lighting. What is surprising to us is that over 90 percent of the lighting energy expense used for some of the buildings is unnecessary due to the over-illumination.The cost of lighting can be very realistic. For a single 100 W light bulb, it will cost over $50 if it is used for 12 hours per day (0.12/kWh). As a result, lighting can take a large part of the energy consumption, especially for large buildings.

Induction lamp

Features

  • Up to 100,000 hours of operating life
  • Extremely Low maintenance
  • Low glare, reducing eye strain in the work place
  • Extreme efficacy 85+ lumens per watt
  • Vibration resistant
  • Exceptional colour rendering index 80+ – in some cases 90+
  • Scotopic/Photopic Ratio of 1.96 - 2.25
  • Colour temperature choice of warm white to cool white 2,700–6,500K
  • Switching on/off instantaneously and also available in dimmable range
  • No flickering, strobing, or noise
  • Power factor 0.95+
  • Low Frequency of 240KHz, meaning no interference
  • Operating position does not affect the performance
  • Operating temperature range -34°C to 55°C (special -50°C to +100ºC lamps available)
  • Recyclable
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Led light

Features

  • Immediate reduction of power consumption from much lower wattage requirements = lower utility bills
  • Easily dimmable using occupancy and daylight sensors resulting in additional energy savings
  • Reduce cooling loads since light projected from LEDs produce no heat
  • Instant-on, no flicker, and no buzzing noise
  • Full cut-off features produce no light pollution
  • Long life ranging from 50,000 to 60,000 hours
  • Recyclable
  • Directionality
  • Cost-Effectiveness
  • Design
  • Reduced recycling costs required to dispose of hazardous bulbs and ballast
  • No change of ballast required
  • No breakable glass or filaments and are highly resistant to shock and vibration
  • Better color rendering for security cameras compared to low-pressure sodium lighting