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Choosing the right LED Product for Industrial Applications

By Digital Lumens
April 11, 2012

Do you know your annual lighting energy costs? The math is easy.

If you’re using HID (high-intensity discharge) or HPS (high-pressure sodium) fixtures, your lighting energy costs are probably in the range of $1 per square foot per year. Meaning that your 200,000 square foot facility likely costs $200,000. Not to mention the additional load on HVAC or chiller systems to eliminate the added heat from the lights.

The way to reduce that massive energy expense is to upgrade to industrial LED lighting, which can reduce lighting energy use up to 90%. This white paper provides a comprehensive overview of the industrial LED alternatives — from plain LED fixtures to Intelligent LED Lighting Systems. You’ll gain a better understanding of LED lighting – from the most basic offerings to Intelligent Lighting Systems that take full advantage of LED’s inherent capabilities to drive maximum energy efficiency.


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Choosing the right LED Product for Industrial Applications
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