Magnetic Induction Lighting
Induction lighting luminaires offer many features which make it an attractive technology for lighting large spaces such as warehouses and undercover carparks.
Solar Power Australia design, supply and install Induction Lighting solutions which are tailored to your requirements.
- Up to 100,000 hour rated life – fewer lamp replacements = perfect for hard to reach areas.
- Reduced energy and maintenance costs.
- Crisp white light.
- High colour rendering – no colour shift over lamp life.• Instant hot and cold start-up and re-strike
- No variation in light output over a wide range of temperatures and voltage fluctuations.
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The average Metal Halide or HPS luminaires will use an average of 460 Watts - 400W for the lamp itself and a further 60W for the ballast.
A typical induction solution will use less than half of the power per fitting - 200W for the lamp and 10W for the ballast.
This is a difference of 250W per fitting for a brighter, cleaner light source.
Induction Lighting Luminaires
With a rated life of up to 100,000 hours the luminaires need to be replaced less often than traditional alternatives. Particularly useful in applications where lamp replacement is cumbersome and expensive. Examples include hard-to-reach areas such as tunnels, airports & warehouses.
Induction lights are resistant to line voltage fluctuations and light output will remain constant over a wide range of input voltages. The induction lamp is ideal for indoor and outdoor applications where durability and long life is of high priority.
The induction lighting system provides a longer-life lamp, superior lumen maintenance, and the crisp white light currently available from similar wattage metal halide lighting systems. These product advantages translate into major dollar savings when considering maintenance, labor and replacement lamp costs of existing metal halide lighting fixtures.
Contact our friendly staff to discuss your project and requirements, or book your commercial energy assessment today.