LVD                      -      FUTURE IN LIGHTING




              . . . . . it will never be the same again . . .


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The New Fluorescent Lamp

Lighting represents some 20-30 percent of electrical consumption in most industrialized countrie...
visible light as it passes through a phosphor coating on the surface of the tube. The unusual shape of an
induction lamp m...
LVD vs Incandescent Lamps
         LVD vs Fluorescent Lamps
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provide color vision and fine detail (photopic) in bright light and rods take over in dim light (scotopic). In bright
ligh...
Recent studies seem to favor white light for viewing moving objects in low-light conditions, such as spotting a
pedestrian...
Electronic IC Ballasts
                                                     Our electronic ballasts are the industry leade...
Saturn form factor is donut-shaped; well-suited for round fixtures such as low/high bay industrial lighting,
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Our electronic ballasts are the industry leader for induction lamps. With integrated circuit board technology,
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Our fixtures are available for purchase, OEM or as sample designs for your use. As our core business is
manufacturing lamp...
Flood Lighting Fixtures




         Product Code: 0524
         Model: Flood
         Size: 760x330x350
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  1. 1. LVD - FUTURE IN LIGHTING . . . . . it will never be the same again . . . Electrodeless Lamps ________________________________________________ Monrio Industrial Corp. / LVD lightings 5028 Zhennan Road, Shanghai, 201802, PROC Tel. nos. 0063921-808-0335, +632-7119005, 632-7419997, +1-217-596-4227 Site : www.elamps.org, Email : admin@elamps.org
  2. 2. The New Fluorescent Lamp Lighting represents some 20-30 percent of electrical consumption in most industrialized countries, and an even larger share in some lesser developed countries. Induction lamp technology has shown the potential to drastically reduce lighting energy demand and costs while simultaneously improving productivity and human well-being. (international electricity analysis to 2025) Our series of induction lamps (also referred to as electrode less fluorescent lamps) are the most advanced electrical light source in the world. With 100,000 hour rated life and the energy efficiency and color rendition of the best fluorescent lamps, there is no other light source that provides so many benefits while also minimizing heat and CO2 output. With patented integrated circuit board technology and low frequency (no interference) electromagnetic induction, we have commercialized a unique lighting source that can be utilized in many applications (wattages ranging from 15-200W). Our world class research team is working to create even more advanced products based on induction technology that will expand applications both in residential and non-residential use. We strive to maintain the highest level of international manufacturing and testing standards so that our products are durable and safe for the environment How Induction Lighting Works The basic technology for induction lamps is not particularly new. Essentially, an induction lamp is an electrode less fluorescent. Without electrodes, the lamp relies on the fundamental principles of electromagnetic induction and gas discharge to create light. The elimination of filaments and electrodes results in a lamp of unmatched life. Lasting 100,000 hours or 25 years, this system can outlast 100 incandescent, five HID, or five typical fluorescent lamp changes. Based on these well-known principles, light can be generated via a gas discharge through simple magnetism. Electromagnetic transformers, which consist of rings with metal coils, create an electromagnetic field around a glass tube which contains the gas, using a high frequency that is generated by an electronic ballast. The discharge path, induced by the coils, forms a closed loop causing acceleration of free electrons, which collide with mercury atoms and excite the electrons. As the excited electrons from these atoms fall back from this higher energy state to a lower stable level, they emit ultraviolet radiation. The UV radiation created is converted to ________________________________________________ Monrio Industrial Corp. / LVD lightings 5028 Zhennan Road, Shanghai, 201802, PROC Tel. nos. 0063921-808-0335, +632-7119005, 632-7419997, +1-217-596-4227 Site : www.elamps.org, Email : admin@elamps.org
  3. 3. visible light as it passes through a phosphor coating on the surface of the tube. The unusual shape of an induction lamp maximizes the efficiency of the fields that are generated. Although it is not breakthrough science, until recently, it has not been so commercially viable. New developments have broken down the barriers of costs and technological setbacks, such as EMC interference, lumen depreciation, ability to dim and a useful range of available wattages. Today, its obvious benefits make it the clear- cut choice for many lighting applications over traditional light sources. Better Accross the Board Whatever aspect of lighting that you prioritize, LVD induction lamps are superior in many categories. Energy efficiency, life, color rendition, lumen depreciation, waste/heat output, glare... the list goes on. LVD lamps are truly the next generation of electric light that is set to displace several existing forms of electric lighting. Below we have listed most of the benefits of LVD lamps. It is not an all encompassing list but you will see that they are the superior choice for many applications. LVD Induction Lamp Features Patented IC controlled electronic ballast No electrodes or filaments, external ferrite coils Wide voltage (120-277V, 12/24DC) / wattage range (15W - 200W) Available color temperatures: 2700K, 3500K, 4100K, 5000K, 6500K Excellent Lumen Maintenance over life Low EMC interference frequency of 210kHz Reliable ignition at -35°C Color Rendition, CRI 82 with no shifting over life High Luminous Efficacy, 80 lm/W Low Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) 2.7% Superb Efficient Power Factor of 0.99 LVD Induction Lamp Advantages Over Other Light Sources LVD vs Bubble (Internal Coil) LVD vs Metal Halide Lamps (MHL) Induction Instant on / re-strike 5-10x longer life than Metal Halide Lamps Longer life at extreme temperatures No flickering, strobing and much less glare Dimmable (now in testing) Lower Maintenance Costs Higher Light Output - 80 lm/W vs 60lm/W Better Color Characteristics - 82 CRI vs. 65-75 Lower Frequency - 210kHz vs. 2.65Mhz Lower Min. Start Temp -35°F vs. -20°F Greater range of wattages available Less Heat Output - Reduces cooling costs More color temperatures available Higher Lumen Maintenance - 70%@60,000 Frequent switching - no affect on life hrs. MHL 65%@mean life (4000-8000 hrs.) CMH 80%@mean life (3600-8000 hrs.) ________________________________________________ Monrio Industrial Corp. / LVD lightings 5028 Zhennan Road, Shanghai, 201802, PROC Tel. nos. 0063921-808-0335, +632-7119005, 632-7419997, +1-217-596-4227 Site : www.elamps.org, Email : admin@elamps.org
  4. 4. LVD vs Incandescent Lamps LVD vs Fluorescent Lamps 20x the rated life Clearly better energy efficiency Longer life - 100,000 hours Less glare Similar energy efficiency of T8 & T5 HO Less heat and CO2 output No flickering Size - LVD Venus more lumens than CFL No Electrodes - no on/off impact on life Low Maintenance - 1 LVD lasts as long as: 8 HO replacements 6 T8 replacements LVD Induction Lamp Benefits Low Total Cost of Ownership Less Energy 70% energy cost savings vs. HID lamps, similar to new high energy saving fluorescent lamps Low heat output reduces electric cooling costs Electronic IC ballast allows dimming (coming soon) which lowers energy consumption Less Maintenance Longer life means reduced relamping costs - In some cases zero maintenance Great for hard to reach and busy areas like tunnels, roads, highbay areas High and low operating temperature good for emergency use and extreme climates Better Health, Safety & Environment No flicker and less glare provides maximum eyesight protection Crisp White Light, choice of color temperatures - Increases safety, productivity & performance Outstanding Color Performance - no shift over lamp life Less CO2 output and mercury waste to dispose Measuring Lumens—What Are quot;Pupil Lumensquot;? How people see and are psychologically impacted by lighting has been a subject of much study and discussion for years. Describing light as quot;lumen outputquot; and measuring it as quot;foot candlesquot; on a work plane have been the traditional ways of describing and defining how much light is required to perform a variety of tasks. However, that is being re-examined based on results of studies on visual performance and the psychological impacts of lighting. Additionally, the quot;color rendering indexquot; (CRI) and correlated color temperature (CCT) describe the quality of the light (relating to how true colors appear compared to under a noon north sky on a clear day). As lighting technology evolves into various types and colors, simply measuring the lumens proves not to be fully adequate in predicting how well people can see. An excellent example is the low-sodium lamp which produces many lumens, but only two colors (yellow and gray); the ability to make out details—beyond shapes of objects—is lost under this light source. Different light sources produce light in different spectral ranges and there is a wide variety of spectral output available in fluorescent lamps. Vision itself is affected by many factors, from light intensity, distribution, color, and contrast, as well as reflections, glare, air quality, motion of subjects and viewers, and more. Our eyes use different parts to see in bright light and low light conditions. The eye contains cones and rods which were thought to work in opposite conditions. Cones ________________________________________________ Monrio Industrial Corp. / LVD lightings 5028 Zhennan Road, Shanghai, 201802, PROC Tel. nos. 0063921-808-0335, +632-7119005, 632-7419997, +1-217-596-4227 Site : www.elamps.org, Email : admin@elamps.org
  5. 5. provide color vision and fine detail (photopic) in bright light and rods take over in dim light (scotopic). In bright light our pupils contract allowing more detail to be perceived, while depth of field and perceived brightness also increase. In low light our eyes dilate to allow more light in. Light meters and recommended light levels for tasks have traditionally been calibrated for daytime viewing, and general interior lighting, based on the photopic response. However, studies are indicating that the scotopic vision is more involved in interior lighting than thought, and affects pupil size. At recent conferences, some presenters encouraged designers to specify the photopic/scotopic (P/S) ratio of lamps when selecting them in order to get better design, efficiency, and better vision for occupants. Sam Berman—formerly with the Lighting Systems Research Group at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and a major supporter of the importance of the P/S ratio in lighting selection—developed a conversion factor that applies the P/S ratio to lumen output of various light sources, and then expresses the effective lumens the eye will perceive for vision based on the size of the pupil and the effect on vision (see Table 1 below). Some lamps, like low-pressure sodium, lose most of their output using this method, while others like high-quality fluorescent lamps gain substantially. Induction lamps are basically equivalent to high-quality fluorescent lamps with a CRI of 80 and a color temperature of 4100K (T-8 in the table below). Berman’s table suggests that, while the T-8 4100 lamp has rated lumens of 90 per watt, the pupil (effective) lumens are actually 145 per watt. If contrast and distribution are controlled, this suggests that fewer watts are needed to provide good vision than rated lumen output would suggest, meaning energy savings will result. Table 1. Conversion factors for lumens to pupil lumens Correction factors applied to conventional values of lumens per watt yield a value for pupil lumens per watt, which is a measure of how effectively the eye sees the light that is emitted. The pupil is more receptive to light at the blue end of the spectrum. Conventional lumens per Correction factor (P/S Pupil lumens per Light source watt ratio) watt Low-pressure sodium 165 0.38 63 Clear metal halide 85 1.49 126 5000-K LVD Lamp 80 1.62 129 5,000-K pure triphosphor 70 1.58 111 fluorescent 3,500-K triphosphor fluorescent 69 1.24 85 50-watt high-pressure sodium 65 0.76 49 2,900-K warm white fluorescent 65 0.98 64 Daylight fluorescent 55 1.72 95 35-watt high-pressure sodium 55 0.57 31 5,000-I 90 CRI fluorescent 46 1.7 78 Vitalite fluorescent 46 1.71 79 Deluxe mercury vapor 40 0.86 34 Standard incandescent 15 1.26 19 Tungsten halogen 22 1.32 29 Summary ________________________________________________ Monrio Industrial Corp. / LVD lightings 5028 Zhennan Road, Shanghai, 201802, PROC Tel. nos. 0063921-808-0335, +632-7119005, 632-7419997, +1-217-596-4227 Site : www.elamps.org, Email : admin@elamps.org
  6. 6. Recent studies seem to favor white light for viewing moving objects in low-light conditions, such as spotting a pedestrian, animal, or other moving object off to the side of the roadway at night. Some cities opt to use white light rather than the yellowish light of high-pressure sodium (even though the price is higher) in hopes of reducing accidents. The improved color rendering of white light in retail areas and places where people congregate after dark make it a popular choice for street lighting in downtown areas. Induction lamps produce high quality white light. More lamps and fixtures are becoming available, but they do carry a premium price and still have limited applications. The long life of these lamps can substantially reduce maintenance costs due to relamping. White light is proving to have advantages for visual performance. Current codes and standards are based on measurements that do not address the impact of pupil lumens, and pupil lumens can be quite different from traditionally measured lumen output of lamps. Studies on the relevance of light spectrum and the mechanics of vision are ongoing, and codes and standards may reflect that in the future. Our industry leading lamps and ballasts have many benefits. Venus Series Lamp Venus series has a unique mushroom-shaped bulb to enhance light output. It comes in both compact attached ballast with typical threaded socket, and separate ballast configurations. We are currently extending research in this series into lower residential wattages that will be available soon. Future releases will also have a unique form factor to increase and maintain even spread output. Saturn Series Lamp Saturn form factor is donut-shaped; well-suited for round fixtures such as low/high bay industrial lighting, retail and general outdoor lighting. Our Saturn series lamps have even been installed in recessed can fixtures for use in general office lighting projects. It is available in 40-300W. Smart Dragon Series Lamp Rectangular in shape, the SD series lamp is better suited for square or rectangular fixtures. The SD series fits well in road, tunnel and building flood light fixtures. It is available wattages ranging from 40-300W. ________________________________________________ Monrio Industrial Corp. / LVD lightings 5028 Zhennan Road, Shanghai, 201802, PROC Tel. nos. 0063921-808-0335, +632-7119005, 632-7419997, +1-217-596-4227 Site : www.elamps.org, Email : admin@elamps.org
  7. 7. Electronic IC Ballasts Our electronic ballasts are the industry leader for induction lamps. With integrated circuit board technology, they have superior control, stability and durability. They create other opportunities such as remote monitoring and colored output based on frequency. Fixtures Our fixtures are available for purchase, OEM or as sample designs for your use. As our core business is manufacturing lamps for most markets, we do not sell fixtures directly. They are available as OEM products under your brand or as a base for your own fixture designs. We can also help you design or retrofit a fixture. Review our Applications section to see how these types of fixtures can be used. Venus series has a unique mushroom-shaped bulb to enhance light output. It comes in both compact attached ballast with typical threaded socket, and separate ballast configurations. We are currently extending research in this series into lower residential wattages that will be available soon. Future releases will also have a unique form factor to increase and maintain even spread output. Venus Specifications Type Warr. Volts Lumens Color Temp. K Dim (mm) Ext. Ballast Dim. (mm) L171xB46.5xH46(120/220/277V) LVD-JX-15W 1YR 220/120/277 12/24DC 750-900 2700-6500 W58.5xH160 L213xB72.5xH51(24/12V) L171xB46.5xH46(120/220/277V) LVD-JX-23W 1YR 220/120/277 12/24DC 1200-1400 2700-6500 W77.5xH178 L213xB72.5xH51(24/12V) L183xB46.5xH46(120/220/277V) LVD-JX-40W 1YR 220/120/277 12/24DC 2400-2800 2700-6500 W115xH246 L213xB95.5xH58(24/12V) ________________________________________________ Monrio Industrial Corp. / LVD lightings 5028 Zhennan Road, Shanghai, 201802, PROC Tel. nos. 0063921-808-0335, +632-7119005, 632-7419997, +1-217-596-4227 Site : www.elamps.org, Email : admin@elamps.org
  8. 8. Saturn form factor is donut-shaped; well-suited for round fixtures such as low/high bay industrial lighting, retail and general outdoor lighting. Our Saturn series lamps have even been installed in recessed can fixtures for use in general office lighting projects. It is available in 40-300W. Saturn Specifications Type Warr. Volts Lumens Color Temp. K Dim (mm) Ext. Ballast Dim. (mm) 220/120/277 LVD-TX2B-40W 1YR 2400-2800 2700-6500 168DxH166 self ballasted 12/24DC 220/120/277 L213xB95.5xH58(120/220/277V) LVD-GY-TX-40W 3YRS 2400-2800 2700-6500 152DxH111 12/24DC L213xB95.5xH58(24/12V) L261xB103.5xH61(120V) LVD-GY-TX-80W 3YRS 220/120/277 5200-6000 2700-6500 214DxH121 L213xB95.5xH58(220/277V) L261xB103.5xH61(120V) LVD-GY-TX-120W 3YRS 220/120/277 8400-9600 2700-6500 274DxH121 L238xB103.5xH61(220/277V) L261xB103.5xH61(120V) LVD-GY-TX-150W 3YRS 220/120/277 10500-12000 2700-6500 304DxH121 L238xB119.5xH61(220/277V) L272xB119.5xH72.5(120V) LVD-GY-TX-200W 3YRS 220/120/277 15000-16000 2700-6500 314DxH130 L238xB119.5xH72.5(220/277V) Rectangular in shape, the SD series lamp is better suited for square or rectangular fixtures. The SD series fits well in road, tunnel and building flood light fixtures. It is available wattages ranging from 40-300W. Smart Dragon Specifications Type Warr. Volts Lumens Color Temp. K Dim (mm) Ext. Ballast Dim. (mm) 220/120/277 L213xB95.5xH58(120/220/277V) LVD-GY-LL-40W 3YRS 2400-2800 2700-6500 180x114x83 12/24DC L213xB95.5xH58(24/12V) L261xB103.5xH61(120V) LVD-GY-LL-80W 3YRS 220/120/277 5200-6000 2700-6500 282x138x93 L213xB95.5xH58(220/277V) L261xB103.5xH61(120V) LVD-GY-LL-120W 3YRS 220/120/277 8400-9600 2700-6500 352x138x93 L238xB103.5xH61(220/277V) L261xB103.5xH61(120V) LVD-GY-LL-150W 3YRS 220/120/277 10500-12000 2700-6500 382x138x93 L238xB103.5xH61(220/277V) 432x146x103 L272xB119.5xH72.5(120V) LVD-GY-LL-200W 3YRS 220/120/277 15000-16000 2700-6500 482x146x103 L238xB119.5xH72.5(220/277V) ________________________________________________ Monrio Industrial Corp. / LVD lightings 5028 Zhennan Road, Shanghai, 201802, PROC Tel. nos. 0063921-808-0335, +632-7119005, 632-7419997, +1-217-596-4227 Site : www.elamps.org, Email : admin@elamps.org
  9. 9. Our electronic ballasts are the industry leader for induction lamps. With integrated circuit board technology, they have superior control, stability and durability. They create other opportunities such as remote monitoring and colored output based on frequency. Ballast Specifications (Venus Series) Model Warr. Volts In Freq. Amps Pw.Fact. Oper.Temp. Main Freq. Dim (mm) LVD-DQ-F12V-15W 1YR 9.5—16V - 1.3A - -40 to 50°C - L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-F12V-23W 1YR 9.5—16V - 2.0A - -40 to 50°C - L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-F12V-40W 1YR 9.5—16V - 3.8A - -40 to 50°C - L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-F24V-15W 1YR 18-29V - 0.65A - -40 to 50°C - L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-F24V-23W 1YR 18-29V - 1.0A - -40 to 50°C - L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-F24V-40W 1YR 18-29V - 1.9A - -40 to 50°C - L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-C120V-15W 1YR 108-132V 50-60Hz 0.1A 0.6 -40 to 50°C 210KHz L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-C120V-23W 1YR 108-132V 50-60Hz 0.19A 0.6 -40 to 50°C 210KHz L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-C120V-40W 1YR 108-132V 50-60Hz 0.305A 0.6 -40 to 50°C 210KHz L213xB95.5xH58 Ballast Specifications (Saturn & SD Series) Model Warr. Volts In Freq. Amps Pw.Fact. Oper.Temp. Main Freq. Dim (mm) LVD-DQ-F120/50-40W 3YRS 90-150V 50-60Hz 0.23A 0.98 -40to50°C 210KHz L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-F120/50-80W 3YRS 90-150V 50-60Hz 0.42A 0.98 -40to50°C 210KHz L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-F120/50-120W 3YRS 90-150V 50-60Hz 0.60A 0.98 -40to50°C 210KHz L238xB103.5xH61 LVD-DQ-F120/50-200W 3YRS 90-150V 50-60Hz 1.06A 0.99 -40to50°C 210KHz L238xB119.5xH72.5 LVD-DQ-F220/50-40W 3YRS 175-265V 50-60Hz 0.23A 0.98 -40to50°C 210KHz L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-F220/50-80W 3YRS 175-265V 50-60Hz 0.42A 0.98 -40to50°C 210KHz L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-F220/50-120W 3YRS 175-265V 50-60Hz 0.60A 0.98 -40to50°C 210KHz L238xB103.5xH61 LVD-DQ-F220/50-200W 3YRS 175-265V 50-60Hz 1.06A 0.99 -40to50°C 210KHz L238xB119.5xH72.5 LVD-DQ-F277/50-40W 3YRS 277V 50-60Hz 0.23A 0.98 -40to50°C 210KHz L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-F277/50-80W 3YRS 277V 50-60Hz 0.42A 0.98 -40to50°C 210KHz L213xB95.5xH58 LVD-DQ-F277/50-120W 3YRS 277V 50-60Hz 0.60A 0.98 -40to50°C 210KHz L238xB103.5xH61 LVD-DQ-F277/50-200W 3YRS 277V 50-60Hz 1.06A 0.99 -40to50°C 210KHz L238xB119.5xH72.5 ________________________________________________ Monrio Industrial Corp. / LVD lightings 5028 Zhennan Road, Shanghai, 201802, PROC Tel. nos. 0063921-808-0335, +632-7119005, 632-7419997, +1-217-596-4227 Site : www.elamps.org, Email : admin@elamps.org
  10. 10. Our fixtures are available for purchase, OEM or as sample designs for your use. As our core business is manufacturing lamps for most markets, we do not sell fixtures directly. They are available as OEM products under your brand or as a base for your own fixture designs. We can also help you design or retrofit a fixture. Review our Applications section to see how these types of fixtures can be used. Highbay Fixtures Product Code: 0301 Product Code: 0354 Product Code: 0361 Model: SOKO-DL001 Model: Highbay Model: Highbay Size: 320x380x510 Dia. Material: Aluminum Material: Aluminum Material: Aluminum Wattage: 120,200W Wattage: TX- Wattage: 80,120,200W 80W/120W/150W/200W Downlight Fixtures Product Code: 0362 Model: Lowbay Material: Aluminum Wattage: TX-40W Road Way / Tunnel Lighting Fixtures Product Code: 0612 Product Code: 0615 Model: LT Model: Tunnel Material: Aluminum/PC Material: Aluminum Wattage: 80,120,150,200W Wattage: LL- 80W/120W/150W/200W ________________________________________________ Monrio Industrial Corp. / LVD lightings 5028 Zhennan Road, Shanghai, 201802, PROC Tel. nos. 0063921-808-0335, +632-7119005, 632-7419997, +1-217-596-4227 Site : www.elamps.org, Email : admin@elamps.org
  11. 11. Flood Lighting Fixtures Product Code: 0524 Model: Flood Size: 760x330x350 Material: Aluminum Wattage: 120W ________________________________________________ Monrio Industrial Corp. / LVD lightings 5028 Zhennan Road, Shanghai, 201802, PROC Tel. nos. 0063921-808-0335, +632-7119005, 632-7419997, +1-217-596-4227 Site : www.elamps.org, Email : admin@elamps.org

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