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Electromagnetic Induction Lighting & Advanced NRG Solutions

  1. 1. Advanced NRG Solutionsand LVDWorking together saving energy, lighting the world ANRGS 12-2-2011
  2. 2. Advanced NRG Solutions is a multifaceted independent representative,engineering consulting and business broker firm.Founded in 2008 (actually 2007) to work with past, existing and future partnersinterested in networking, alternative energy solutions, commodities profits andenergy saving products from tank-less water heaters to premium lighting to solarproducts, bio-fuels and transportation implementing compressed air technology.We facilitate you working directly with manufacturers bringing the besttechnologies to you without distributor mark up.LVD™Founded in 1989, Shanghai Hongyuan is a professional lighting companycombining research and development, manufacturing, and sales direct from themanufacturer via our representative.Invented in 2003 with over 100 World Wide Patents, LVD™ is the first companyto produce this electrode-less lamp on a large scale and their focusing onpromoting this product (and only this product) around the world. In terms of itsunique features and advantages, LVD™ Lamps bring the end-users manybenefits including better lighting, electricity cost reduction, re-lamping/maintenance cost reduction, air-conditioning cost reduction, safety andsecurity by improved lighting, productivity increases as well as providing bettervisibility including depth perception.ANRGS 12-2-2011
  3. 3. Induction Lamps Vs. LED Lamps: While induction lamp technology has matured in the last few years, it is often overlooked or underutilized in lighting applications since none of the major manufacturers promote induction lamps in any significant way. LED lighting seems to get the most “buzz” in the market as LED’s are promoted as the best alternative to conventional lighting due to their longevity. Induction lamps have a lifespan of 60,000 to 100,000 hours (depending on type and model), which is much longer than the typical high-power white LED lamp lifespan which is in the 50,000 to 55,000 range. The major difference between the technologies (other than lifespan) is in conversion efficiency (energy utilization), full spectrum lighting and costs. LED lighting fixtures have conversion efficiencies in the 35 to 60 Lumens/Watt (L/W) range and are improving. Induction lamps have a conversion efficiency ranging from 65 L/W in low wattage (8 ~ 20 W internal inductor types) to >90 L/W in the high wattage (250 ~ 400 W external inductor models) range. In some applications, advanced energy saving technologies like solar panels incorporated into the fixtures can provide energy savings greater than 75%.ANRGS 12-2-2011
  4. 4. Advantages of Induction versus LED:• Longer lasting >100,000 hours; LED specs are typically rated for the LED and notthe supporting circuitry needed to drive the LED’s.• No inconsistency in light; LEDs must use arrays and the solder joints for thearrays have a tendency to fail causing two or three individual LEDs not to light whicheffects the overall light supplied. Ever look close at an LED Stop Light? You willtypically see 2 or three black holes... bad solder joints!• >90 Watts per Lumen output @ the lowest operating power consumption and costper hour; estimated cost savings are $.067 per operating hour verses $.25 per operatinghour for LED lighting; LED lighting is typically expensive due to the lighting arrayrequired to achieve the desired lumens and the heat sinking for the LED driver circuitry.The heat sinks absorbed the wasted energy in the form of heat from the driver circuitry.Color temperatures available up to 6500 Kelvin.• Eco-friendly... uses less than 2mg of mercury which is encapsulated and able to berecycled. No possible lead waste disposal required as associated with LED; some arelead free but you must verify.• Effectively the complete induction lamp is 99.6% recyclable.• Doesnt waste energy in the form of heat; although if heat is needed for melting ofsnow and or ice, clear flexible heaters could be implemented on the fixtures to addressthat.• Lower Cost; LED Street light complete fixtures can cost as much as $500 percomplete fixture or more where Electromagnetic Induction is less than half that price!• This equates to a faster return on investment.ANRGS 12-2-2011
  5. 5. The following slides are comparisons to the most prevalent technologyused in road lighting… High Pressure Sodium. Examples of applications Examples of applications Case Studies Case Studies ` Energy Saving’s Energy Saving’s Project Design References Project Design ReferencesANRGS 12-2-2011
  6. 6. Typical Case Study2009-3-23ANRGS 12-2-2011
  7. 7. 2009-3-23ANRGS 12-2-2011
  8. 8. Examples of street light and tunnel applications; the top two are using solar panelsANRGS 12-2-2011
  9. 9. Examples of high bay lighting in factory and indoor applicationsANRGS 12-2-2011
  10. 10. ( 1 ) Re-lamping ProjectLocation: Caiyuan Road, Chongqing,ChinaLVD = Electromagnetic Induction lightingHPS = High Pressure Sodium Before: Bad Color Rendering Index HPS W 400 s ce p la re D LV W After: Good Color Rendering Index 200 ANRGS 12-2-2011
  11. 11. 4 Road Requirements: LVD: 200W 1. Road illumination 2. Overall uniformity 3. Vertical uniformity 4. Glare. >57% Energy 主干道 reduction vs. HPS system ANRGS 12-2-2011
  12. 12. Nanpu Bridge: total length – 8346 meters , Center span: 423 meters First steel and concrete composite girder cable-stayed bridge built in China2009-3-23ANRGS 12-2-2011
  13. 13. ( 2 ) Project Location Nanpu Bridge, Shanghai,China The lux (symbol: lx) is the SI unit of illuminance and luminous emittance. One lux is equal to one lumen per square meter, where 4π lumens is the total luminous flux of a light source of one candela of luminous intensity: 1 lx = 1 lm·m-2 = 1 cd·sr·m–2. Before: 18 lux After: 36 lux It is used in photometry as a measure of the apparent intensity of light hitting or passing through a surface.ANRGS 12-2-2011
  14. 14. ( 2 ) Project Location Nanpu Bridge, Shanghai,ChinaRmb = Renminbi, the currency of thePeoples Republic of China1 Chinese Yuan Renminbi = 0.14646 US Dollar Energy Saving analysis1 US Dollar (USD) =6.82790 Chinese Yuan Before AfterRenminbi (CNY) type qty type qty Lamp 高压钠灯 250W HPS 548 无极灯 150W LVD 548 49,320 Rmb/month 28,770 Rmb/month Electric bill 591,840 Rmb/year 345,240 Rmb/year Maintenance 38,360 Rmb/year 0 Rmb/year Total 630,200 Rmb/year 345,2402 Rmb/year Saving 284,960.00 RMB/year electric bill $41,734.65 USD/year 50,005 kWh/month 29,171 kWh/month energy 600,060 kWh/year 350,052 kWh/year Saving 250,008 kWh/year energyANRGS 12-2-2011
  15. 15. ( 3 ) Project Location: Meridian Street, Groton, USA Operates in both cold and hot climate without dramatic degradation of light output <= 5% @ 4,000 Hrs Meets all utility requirements. Uses 30- >60% less energy than High Pressure Sodium. Reduce the light reflected from the road surface.ANRGS 12-2-2011
  16. 16. ( 4 ) Project Location: Korea*A comparison of technologies on the same street; more than double the lux. Left: LVD- 86lux Right: HPS- 42luxANRGS 12-2-2011
  17. 17. ( 5 ) Project Location: West Africa installing a 0639-80W unit. *Consider using solar panels in conjunction for increased energy efficiency.ANRGS 12-2-2011
  18. 18. ( 6 ( Project Location: Canada using a 0639-80W unit. HPSThe left and center pictures are the same location; the right shows it across from HPS ANRGS 12-2-2011
  19. 19. Thank You! For answer’s to your questions, pricing and quotes please contact: Andre D. Henderson, Sr. Advanced NRG Solutions Phone: (972) 412-2822 Email: ahenderson@advancednrgsolutions.com Website: http://www.advancednrgsolutions.com/LVD/html Shanghai Hongyuan Lighting & Electric Equipment Co., Ltd Original version created 4-5-2009 By Calvin Zhu and modified by Andre D. Henderson, Sr.ANRGS 12-2-2011