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Hudnut Company LED Lighting Presentation, Part 1, 7/13/2010

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  • Who we are
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  • Were here to offer a solution to your lighting problems
  • This use to be your choice
  • 10% light 90% heat
  • Easy bake 10 % 90 % heat
  • Compacfloreces or CFLs
  • How CFL work
  • Small print Dose any one read the box?
  • The warranty on this box is viod, if the lamp is use more than three hours a day
  • Lamps that are use on dimmer or put in upside down can short out. And if they are run longer that three hours a day will not last nine years. All time than on a off will shorten there life
  • I just find it confusing Mercury- The downside: Each bulb contains traces of mercury, a potent neurotoxin, that can harm humans and wildlife. Its estimated that a home-use CFL contains around 4 milligrams of mercury, depending on the brand. (An old-style thermometer used about 500 milligrams, and a standard fluorescent tube contains around 10 to 15 milligrams.)In concentrated form, mercury can be bad stuff.
  • I’m not saying that CFL are the devil. They save a lot of engery But they are hard to get rid of.
  • They say this is how much mercury is in one CFL
  • A half-teaspoon can contaminate an entire lake and make fish inedible. Mercury in soil and sediments can work its way up the food chain to eventually reach humans. So itís good to handle and dispose of these twisty, energy-saving devices in a safe manner.
  • Hatters went mad because of mercury poising
  • People are shutting out tube to save energy And you have to pay to get rid of these tubes
  • Hidden cost Re placing the ballast. getting the right ballast
  • Ten Steps to Successful Recycling Fluorescent More paper work
  • But that all cost money But it comes down to the cash, What you going to do?
  • No Ballast, or mercury in a LED lamp. And a longer life.
  • These early types of LEDs
  • Good points about Leds
  • How an LED works Electron run from a high energy state to a lower energy state, Giving off and photo.depending on how big the gap the will determine the wave length
  • And a good warranty.
  • this is a great heat sink
  • Solid state Led chip, this one has 64 leds on it.
  • The right size and type to suit you lighting needs. ( Led Manu factor are adding new types of LEDs daily)
  • Night light 1 watt
  • 200 watt. 10,000 Lumens
  • Hospital waiting room in Portland Lite with Enlux 3500K cone lights
  • But we will show you that this is not true
  • Tested down to 20 below
  • Freezer works down to absolute 0 degree
  • Elevator lights
  • SD Imax theater
  • SD science Museum
  • Borrelli’s
  • And of course Hospital Hall ways
  • What in the future?
  • Incandescent light bulbs be to shelved by 2012 in US
  • What dose the future hold?
  • More LED buildings

Hudnut Company LED lighting presentation, Part 1 (Rose Goehner) Hudnut Company LED lighting presentation, Part 1 (Rose Goehner) Presentation Transcript

    • SAN DIEGO • PORTLAND • HAWAII
  • Rose Goehner [email_address] 760-533-0992 Aaron Leatherwood [email_address] 503-233-8088
  • We’re here to offer information about LED lighting technology
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  • Incandescent bulbs are better heaters than lights
  • CFL Compact Fluorescent Lights
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  • 9 Year Warranty?
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  • 10 Steps to Successfully Recycling Fluorescent lamps Health Care Without Harm • 2he@hcwh.org • 1-800-277-4179
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  • But there is a solution
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  • But I’m getting ahead of myself
  • LEDs
  • LEDs
    • Use less energy
    • Generate less heat
    • Extreme vibration tolerance
    • Superior low temperature operation
    • Can emit full-spectrum white light
    • Less maintenance - no ballast
    • Contains no mercury, no lead
    • Normally 50,000 hour full service life
    • No recycling paperwork
    • Zero waste stream
  • 50,000 hours
        • What is 50,000 hours?
        • That’s the expected life span of an LED lamp.
        • 50,000 divided by 24 hours is 2083.3 days. 2083.3 days divided by 365 days a years is 5.85 years of full time use.
        • 50,000 hours divided by 12 hours a day is 4166.6667 days or 11.5 years, of 12 hours a day seven days a week.
        • 50,000 hours divided by 4 hours a day is 12,500 hours or 34.25 years of use. 4 hours a day seven days a week.
        • Most household bulbs are rated at 3 hours a day, that would be 50,000 divided by 3 is 16666.7 hours or 45.6 years, seven days a week three hours a day.
  • At the end of 50,000 hours most LED lamps will still emit seventy percent of their original lumen output
  • What is an LED?
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  • What makes a good LED?
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  • Heat sinks & solid state LEDs
  • Next generation solid state LED
  • We have different base styles for your lighting needs
  • There are a wide range of LED products from nightlights to streetlights
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  • HUDNUT makes a line of LED fixtures and luminaires GSA Contract # 07F-0206V
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  • How much less energy?
  • A 14 Watt EnLux LED lamp generates over 750 lumens and emits more light than a 75 watt incandescent lamp
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  • Myths about LEDs
  • Is there a replacement LED for every lamp?
    • No, there is no place for a heat sink.
  • That LEDs will work anywhere
    • If it is too hot, the LED life will be shortened
  • That LEDs are too expensive
  • What are the best applications for LEDs?
  • All lighting is site specific
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  • Elevator Lights
    • 20 watt Halogen
    • 1 watt LED
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  • Prices going up!
    • Cost of gas
    • Cost of electricity
    • Cost of maintenance
    • Cost of mercury recycling
  • No more incandescent lamps
    • Incandescent lamps will be
    • banned in the US and the EU by 2012.
    • Australia to phase out incandescents by 2010.
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  • Your local utility offers incentives To help with the purchase of energy efficient LEDs through the Standard Performance Contract Program
  • Lighting receives either 3  or 5  per kWh saved annually, plus $100/kW saved during Peak Demand hours
  • INCENTIVE CALCULATION Calculates the savings you will achieve By using Energy Efficient LEDs kW X Run Hours = kWh kWh X 3  = Incentive
  • Let’s try a sample project: Our project is a freight elevator at the Portland Airport There are 12 lamps Electricity costs are 14  /kWh
  • Current Lamps: 20w halogen 12 X .065 kW = .78 .78 X 8760 = 6832.8 kWh 6832.8 X 14  = $956.59
  • LED replacements: 8w R30 12 X .008 kW = .096 .096 X 8760 = 840.96 kWh 840.96 X 14  = $117.73 That’s an annual savings of $838.86 For ONE elevator!
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