Induction Lighting

Induction lighting is growing in popularity as an alternative to LED lighting for the budget conscious as it is about a third of the cost of LED lighting.  Induction lighting is an electrodeless lamp. A light source in which the power required to generate light is transferred from outside the lamp envelope to inside via electromagnetic fields.  Eliminating electrodes extends the life of the lamp due to the fact that electrodes are in large part the limiting factor in a lamps life.  At a 2,000 hour comparison, a 200 watt induction lamp has a greater lumen output than a 400 watt metal halide, or high pressure sodium lamp. Induction lighting produces very little heat and has an “instant-on” and hot re-strike, unlike most conventional lamps used in commercial-industrial lighting applications (such as mercury-vapor lamps, sodium-vapor lamps and metal halide lamps).   Induction lighting has excellent color rendition and does not flicker.  Induction Lighting can be used in any application that conventional lighting is used, such as…

●             Street Pole Lighting

●             Recessed Lighting

●             Wall Pack Lighting

●             High Bay Lighting

●             Garage Lighting

●             Carport Lighting

●             Bollard Lighting

And more…

Other benefits include a longer lifespan – between 65,000 and 100,000 hours depending on the lamp model and a cost savings of 35%-55% in energy costs for induction lighting as compared to other types of commercial/industrial lamps.  The maintenance costs are also very low due to the longevity of the lamp.  There is minimal mercury content meaning disposal of lamps is safe and easy.  Some might say that induction lighting is the industry’s best kept secret.  We would love to discuss with you the many benefits of induction lighting.

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Topic: Induction Lighting