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Fiberstars product portfolio summary for commercial and industrial lighting

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  • 1.  
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  • 3. Our Technologies
    • Fiber Optic Lighting Systems
    • No electrical transmission at fixtures
    • No UV or IR on target
    • Modular systems
    • Size and adaptability benefits
    • Reduced energy consumption
    • Reduced maintenance
    • Unique decorative elements
    • LED Lighting Systems
    • Low voltage at fixture
    • No UV or IR on target
    • Size and adaptability benefits
    • Significant energy savings versus other technologies
    • Little or no maintenance
    • Dynamic color control (RGB)
    • Harsh environment solutions
  • 4. Our Client’s Solutions are the result of a collaborative innovation process
  • 5. Focus: Design Traditional Fiber Optics
  • 6. Fixtures
    • Feature many Solutions for various Applications
  • 7. Fiber Optic Cables
    • Brite-Pak®
    • Side emitting fiber
    • Acts as the fixture
    • Direct or Indirect view
    • Fiber Spots®
    • End emitting
    • Bundled strands
    • Compatible with a variety of fixtures
  • 8. Illuminators
    • Quartz Halogen
    • 71W-183W
    • Features:
    • Instant start
    • High CRI
    • Dimmable
    • Applications:
    • Star fields
    • Display cases
    • Accent Lighting
    • Decorative
    • Residential
    • Metal Halide
    • 150w-250w
    • Features:
    • High Lumen Output
    • Exterior rated options
    • Controls and effects
    • Applications:
    • Side-lit fiber
    • Theatrical (DMX ready)
    • Accent Lighting
    • Exterior and Landscape
    • Pools and Fountains
    • Signage
  • 9. Good applications are the result of comprehensive and solution oriented design
  • 10. Side emitting fiber works very well for linear demarcation
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  • 17. Focus: Design Decorative Fixtures
  • 18. UFO
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    • No electrical current within the fixture makes it fully submersible
  • 21. LALUNAR
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  • 24. MEDUSA
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  • 27. SCINTILLA
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  • 29. Private Residence- Germany (courtesy of neuesLicht)
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  • 31. JELLY LIGHT
  • 32. Jelly Light line drawing
  • 33. Atlantis Hotel and Casino- Nassau, Bahamas
  • 34. Atlanta Aquarium- Atlanta Georgia (Photo by Jim Chatwin)
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  • 36. Warner Brothers’ - Ocean’s Thirteen
  • 37. VINO
  • 38. VINO DROP
  • 39. VINO SHADE
  • 40. Focus: Energy Efficiency EFFICIENT FIBER OPTICS (EFO)
  • 41. Efficient Fiber Optics (EFO) Advantage
    • One 70W HID lamp for 8 fixtures
    • High efficacy - 45 LpW delivered
    • Long life - 15,000 hr lamp
    • CCT options: 2700K – 4500K
    • Comparable CBCP to a 50W MR16
    • 1.0A startup and continuous load
    • Lamp recycling program
    • Reduced energy consumption
    • No UV/IR on target
    • Removes heat from conditioned spaces
  • 42. EFO™ allows perishables to last longer
    • Reduces light related degradation on target
    • No UV or IR at point of illumination
    • Third party testing by SCE and University of Idaho
    • confirms extended shelf lives for certain perishables
    Traditional MR16 EFO®
  • 43. LCPOF vs. bundled PMMA – The Large Core Plastic Optical Fiber Advantage
    • Losses due to scattering & absorption = 0.75- 1.5% per foot.
    • Minimal Packing Fraction Losses.
    • Much Lower Costs relative to PMMA fiber bundles.
    • Approximately 2x the light for same diameter
    Clad (n=1.35) Solid Plastic Core (n=1.5) 40 O Light Acceptance Cone (NA > 0.66) LCPOF 100% PMMA Fiber Bundle 75%
  • 44. EFO - Fixtures
      • Use Fiberjacks™ for easy fiber connections
      • Able to achieve multiple beam spread angles easily
      • Different trim and color options available
      • Emit no heat and no UV or IR
      • Wall wash, adjustable, and fixed options
      • Stranded fiber (TFO) fixtures compatible with EFO technology
  • 45. MR16 Accent Lighting Alternative
        • Saved over 80% in annual operating costs versus previous track system
        • Reduced power density
          • Went from 5 watts/sf to 1.2 watts/sq ft
        • Project ROI was less than two years
    Replaced 137 MR16 lamps With 17 EFO lamps
  • 46. Garrard’s Jewelers- London, UK
  • 47. Appleton Museum- Ocala, FL
  • 48. Whole Foods- Austin, TX
  • 49. Trammel Crowe Corporate Office
  • 50. Focus: Energy Efficiency LED LUMINAIRES
  • 51.
    • Powerful light output in compact, quiet unit
    • 50,000 Hrs rated life
    • Low profile alternative to traditional fiber optic illuminators
    • RGB for wide array of colors
    • DMX compatible
    • Indoor and outdoor versions available
    • Compatible with both large core and stranded (PMMA) fiber
    • Various applications
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  • 53. LED e-Luminator cove lighting solution Showroom – Solon, OH
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  • 55. LED Dock Light
    • 15W total power - Efficacy: 47 LpW
    • Integrated driver for 120-240V input
    • Mil-Spec durability for shock and vibe
    • 50,000 hour rated life
    • UL wet location/ NEMA 3, IP65 compliant
    Light effectively targets back of trailer
  • 56. Case Study: LED Dock Light Replaced 12 150W incandescent With 12 15W LED Dock Lights US Commissary- Fort Meade, MD 0.17 6+ (depending on non passive failures ) Re-lamps (per fixture per year) 50,000 Hrs 750 Hrs Lamp life ~3 FC ~1 FC Illuminance (back of 53’ trailer) 180 1800 Total Watts 15 150 Fixture Watts Post Retrofit Pre Retrofit
  • 57. Great Lakes Cold Storage- Cleveland, OH
  • 58. LED Globe Lights
    • Power Options: 7.5 / 15 / 23W* (Small)
    • Power Options: 12 / 26W (Large)
    • Efficacy: 45 / 47 / 39 LpW (Small)
    • Efficacy: 68 / 53 LpW (Large)
    • Integrated driver for 120-277V input
    • Mil-Spec durability for shock and vibe
    • 50,000 hour rated life
    • UL wet location/ NEMA 3/ IP65 compliant
    • Conforms to design intent of Class 1, Div 2 Hazardous fixtures, but not formally listed
    *23W version small globe only available for environments < 10°C
  • 59. Case Study: LED Small Globe light- Cold storage US Commissary- Fort Meade, MD Replaced 36 100W incandescent With 35 15W LED Globe Lights * Source: Pacific Northwest Laboratories 0.17 8* Re-lamps (per fixture per year) 50,000 Hrs 750 Hrs Lamp life ~10 FC ~8 FC Illuminance* 540 3600 Total Watts 15 100 Fixture Watts Post Retrofit Pre Retrofit
  • 60. U.S. Navy LED Solution
  • 61. Looking Ahead: Architectural LED
  • 62. Designing for Sustainability
    • Help achieve LEED certifications for projects featuring efficient lighting technologies
        • Energy & Atmosphere
          • Optimization of building energy performance
          • HVAC/ refrigeration management
        • Sustainable Sites
          • Reduction in light pollution with point source technology
    • Exceed ASHRAE standards and help qualify for EPAct
    • Achieve significant energy and maintenance savings
    • Obtain market specific utility incentives
    • Energy Focus R3 program (reduce, reuse recycle)
  • 63. THANK YOU! Q&A