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  • 1. Prepared for The RMH Group September 25, 2008 Phone: 303-810-8684 E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net
  • 2. Overview About Lights of the Rockies Lighting Fundamentals Intro to Induction Lighting Why Induction Lighting? Fixtures and Applications Induction Lighting Demo Q&A Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 2
  • 3. About Lights of the Rockies Tim Towner Lights of the Rockies, LLC Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: Sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net
  • 4. About Lights of the Rockies Founded 2007 (20 years experience) Focus on high-efficiency lighting with emphasis on “green” products Current customers include: Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 4
  • 5. Lighting Fundamentals Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: Sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net
  • 6. Common Lighting Types Fluorescent Fluorescent Induction Compact Fluorescent (CFL) Linear Fluorescent Halogen High Pressure Sodium (HPS) Incandescent Light Emitting Diode (LED) Metal Halide Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 6
  • 7. Terms (US DoE) - Light Quantity Illumination Distribution of light on a horizontal surface Footcandle/Lux Measurement of the intensity of illumination Lumen Measurement of light emitted by a lamp Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 7
  • 8. Terms – Energy Consumption Lumen Degradation The percentage of lumen loss over the life of a lamp Efficacy The ratio of light produced to energy consumed Measured in lumens per watt Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 8
  • 9. Terms – Light Quality Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) The color of the light source measured on a Kelvin scale Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 9
  • 10. Color Temperature Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 10
  • 11. Terms – Light Quality Color Rendition Index (CRI) How colors appear when illuminated by a light source Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 11
  • 12. CRI of Common Lighting Types Induction (all wattages) 90+ HPS (70w & 250w) 21 Mercury Vapor (175w) 20 T5 Fluorescent (28w) 85 T8 Fluorescent (32w) 85 T12 Fluorescent (34w) 73 Metal Halide (100w) 70 CFL (26w) 82 Tungsten Halogen (90w) 100 Incandescent (100w) 100 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Source: IESNA Ready Reference © 2003 Color Rendering Index except for Induction lighting Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 12
  • 13. Local Client 40W Induction 70W High Pressure Sodium Pictures taken 3/10/08 at the same time, same location, same camera and same camera settings. Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 13
  • 14. Local Client 40W Induction 70W High Pressure Sodium Pictures taken 3/10/08 at the same time, same location, same camera and same camera settings. Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 14
  • 15. Other Terms Lamp life The expected life of a bulb expressed in hours Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 15
  • 16. Average Life* of Common Lighting Types Induction (all wattages) HPS (low & high watt) 24,000 100,000 Mercury Vapor (175w) 24,000 Hours! T5 Fluorescent (28w) 20,000 T8 Fluorescent (32w) 20,000 T12 Fluorescent (34w) 20,000 Metal Halide (100w) 10,000 CFL (26w) 10,000 Tungsten Halogen (90w) 2,000 Incandescent (100w) 750 0 25,000 50,000 75,000 100,000 * Source: IESNA Ready Reference © 2003 Hours except for Induction lighting Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 16
  • 17. Intro to Induction Lighting Blaine Turnbow Lights of the Rockies, LLC Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: Sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net
  • 18. Origins of Induction Lighting The Father of Induction Lighting Nikola Tesla Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 18
  • 19. Induction Lighting Technology It’s not new! Initially low adoption rate Technology advancements High quality phosphors Innovative driver improvements Dimmable (coming in 6 months) Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 19
  • 20. Induction Lighting Advancements The advancement is in the patented High Frequency Generator Integrated chip technology High precision component rated greater than 150,000 hours Waterproof boards Digital HF signal reduces generator temperature by >90% Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 20
  • 21. Why Induction Lighting? Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: Sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net
  • 22. Comparison of Fluorescent Lighting Linear Fluorescent vs. Fluorescent Induction Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 22
  • 23. Induction Lighting Features Long bulb life - 100,000 hours High resistance to vibration Works well in extreme temperatures (-31° to 194° F) High efficacy – 95 lumens per watt .99 power factor Lower operating temperatures Driver operates at ~ 90° Lamp operates at ~ 150-200° Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 23
  • 24. Induction Lighting Features Excellent CRI (90+) Wide range of color temperatures (3500k, 4100k, 5000k) Instant start / instant re-strike Excellent lumen maintenance 95% over 40% of lamp life 100% flicker-free, noise-free Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 24
  • 25. A Green Alternative Simplified recycling Mercury exists in solid form (amalgam) More energy efficient than HID lighting Less waste generated than conventional lighting Longer bulb life = smaller carbon footprint Zero maintenance for 10 years No replacement parts required Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 25
  • 26. Carbon Footprint – Definition “… a measure of the impact our activities have on the environment in terms of the amount of greenhouse gases we produce. It is measured in units of carbon dioxide.” http://www.carbonfootprint.com Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 26
  • 27. What CO2 Emission are Created by: Mining Manufacturing Transportation/Distribution Warehousing Installation Maintenance Recyclying Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 27
  • 28. Other Considerations May qualify for utility company rebates Qualifies for Federal tax credits High CRI = Greater clarity on CCT cameras = improved security Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 29
  • 29. Induction Lighting Fixtures Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: Sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net
  • 30. Sample Fixtures for Induction Lighting Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 31
  • 31. Sample Fixtures for Induction Lighting Roadway/Pathway Fixtures Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 32
  • 32. Sample Fixtures for Induction Lighting Hospitality Fixtures Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 33
  • 33. Fixture Options New fixtures Retrofit existing fixtures Photocells Motion sensors Remote driver mounting Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 34
  • 34. Induction Lighting Applications Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: Sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net
  • 35. Induction Lighting Applications High Ceiling Application Tunnel Application Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 36
  • 36. Pole-Mounted Applications Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 37
  • 37. Garage Light Applications Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 38
  • 38. Wall Pack Fixture Applications Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 39
  • 39. Induction Lighting Demo Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: Sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net
  • 40. Questions? For more information contact: Phone: 303-810-8684 Copyright © 2008 Lights of the Rockies, LLC E-mail: sales@LightsOfTheRockies.net 41