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REDUCING POWER CONSUMPTION

LED lighting benefits are many vs. traditional fluorescent lighting
 

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LED lighting uses up to one-third the electric power of the traditional fluorescent lighting and can last up to 15 times longer reducing power consumption and waste. An advantage of LED’s are the ability to use dimmers to regulate light, this is often not possible with fluorescent lighting systems.

In terms of environmental friendliness, fluorescent bulbs contain mercury which poses a danger when the bulb is shattered. These contaminants cause disposal and recycling issues.

Studies have also shown that the ultraviolet light can affect health including light sensitivity, a problem that also can impact valuable artwork. Additionally, faulty fluorescent lighting can emit a “buzz” that can impact mental health.

The bottom line is LED systems are far superior to fluorescent lighting.

 

LED PUTS YOU IN CONTROL OF YOUR LIGHTING

LED lighting provides incredible flexibility and control for your enterprise lighting systems.

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The power of LED lighting goes way beyond the savings on power consumption and utility costs. LED lighting offers a level of control that did not exist with traditional incandescent and fluorescent lighting systems.

LED systems can be controlled by room dimmers or leverage full automation systems to reduce lighting when a room is not in use.  Building lighting can be placed on an automated system to control lighting during off-business hours, dimming or turning off lighting in unoccupied areas.

Today’s advanced controls can also provide facility managers with remote access and monitoring for optimal consumption and cost control.

Another key benefit is the reduced need for system maintenance.  With the extended life of LED fewer bulb swap outs are required reducing maintenance costs and labor burden.

 
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KEY BENEFITS OF LED

LONG LIFETIME

ENERGY EFFICIENT

ECO-FRIENDLY

DURABILITY

NO HEAT OR UV/INFRARED EMISSIONS

INCREASED SAFETY THROUGH BETTER LIGHT DISBURSEMENT

LITTLE MAINTENANCE

LONG-TERM COST SAVINGS

REDUCED NOISE

BETTER COLOR PROFILE

Often LED Lighting is associated with savings, and that is for good reason as it does reduce kilowatt consumption and maintenance costs.  What is often overlooked is how LED lighting can help with other workplace concerns including safety and compliance.

All of this is supported in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island by utility incentives to assist you in making the switch to LED.

SAFETY

Energy impacts all aspects of your workplace. Improper lighting can lead to increased workplace accidents, employee eye strain, and has been documented to contribute to Seasonal Affect Disorder (SAD)

MAINTENANCE

Maintenance costs rise in the same manner as inflation as direct labor is tied to remediation.  Efficient lighting systems not only save money on energy consumption, but reduce labor costs associated with maintenance.

 

REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

OSHA, SQF, and EPA compliance requirements are top of mind concerns for many businesses. Litigation and remediation can be expensive if these regulations are breached. Modern, updated systems reduce that risk.

INCENTIVE PROGRAMS

Utility companies are offering incentives and low/no-cost financing options to help you make the change to LED.  These programs usually provide cash neutral or positive upgrades improving lighting and the bottom line.

 

RAB Lightcloud LED controls can provide up to 68% savings and ROI in as little as 6 months

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Total Energy Connections is a premier RAB Lighting Partner handling sales and installation of their lighting and control systems. Lightcloud is RAB’s wireless control system that is revolutionizing how building lighting can now be controlled.

One of the biggest energy wasters for most businesses is lighting unoccupied spaces, both during the business day and overnight.

Lightcloud allows facility managers to set up programming schedules right from a smartphone or tablet.  The system can control dimming at the individual light or full room and can leverage occupancy sensors, daylight harvesting, or scheduling to get the job done.