Low Energy LED or Induction Lights – Are they as good as Traditional Lighting

This is an important question. The truth is in the tasting so they say. I am currently in China in a city called Beihai in southern China where the city is changing all their back street lighting to 20watt LED light heads. They are replacing 50watt mercury vapour that look like candles in comparison to the new LED lights. We will be posting some pictures of these installations for your information and you be the judge.

LED and INDUCTION line voltage replacement light heads at around HALF the wattages of existing light heads will provide comparable light levels for energy reducions of up to 30% -50% dependant on the application.

China has a serious problem with Green house emissions and also with energy consuption. they are moving full steam ahead to adopt the very technology the are pushing so hard to get out into the world. Even if they lasted half the specified life expectancies there would still be plusses both economically and environmentally.

The issue for companies and government organisations is to find a company that are doing the homework to provide products that will firstly fulfill the breif and secondly provide the design life and backup required of these projects.

it is important in this process to select manufacturers with a background in lighting that understand the industry and then already have a substantial project base that we can look at and gain some comfort.

We need to work together, go out on a limb and make a difference to our environment. Give it a go and see that difference will be substantial.

To get a real idea of the comparisons, we can put in place, side by side lighting. One side in HPS or Sodium Vapour and the other side in LED and SEE the differnece. then the decisions are based on reality and not on sales blurb.

Im here looking at it so lets bring it home and get moving…..

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