“LIGHTING UP YOUR    TOMORROW with EFFICIENT      LIGHTING SYSTEMS…”Arnold Ynclino – MerroAJM UNI-TECH TRADING & SERVICESM...
MISSION AND VISION:   To provide Modern Lighting Products, which                      offers: New Design Concepts. Energ...
TOPICS:LVD INDUCTION LAMP ADVANTAGES / FEATURES / BENEFITSTECHNICAL COMPARISON OF LVD INDUCTION LAMP AGAINST TRADITIONAL...
INTRODUCTION: The Induction light has been in existence for  some time now. LVD Induction Lamps have been in use around ...
INTRODUCTION:  Energy Saving Induction Lighting is Ideal for : Industrial Warehouse Lightings Manufacturing Plants Supe...
LVD INDUCTION LAMP DESCRIPTION: Induction Lamps consists of:   - Electrode less lamp, using only induction coils to     e...
LVD FEATURES: Power Factor >0.95 IC controlled electronic ballast Pupil Luminous Flux: Up to 150 Plm/W High lumen effi...
INDUCTION LAMP ADVANTAGES: Long performance life up to 100,000 hours. High lumen depreciation maintenance rate (at >95% ...
INDUCTION LAMP ADVANTAGES:Greater range of applications vs HID and fluorescentsLike natural sunlightExcellent lighting ...
Benefits:Reduced replacement of bulb costs.Zero maintenance costs.Less problems caused by interruption of industrial pr...
Benefits: Reduced air-conditioning costs. Easy installation. Increase worker productivity. Increase bottom line profit...
How to Retrofit Traditional Light w/        LVD Induction Lamp           TRADITIONAL LAMP          LVD INDUCTION LAMP  TYP...
How to Retrofit Traditional Light w/       LVD Induction Lamp         TRADITIONAL LAMP           LVD INDUCTION LAMP  TYPE ...
How to Retrofit Traditional Light w/         LVD Induction Lamp          TRADITIONAL LAMP            LVD INDUCTION LAMP   ...
VENUS
VENUS Venus series has a unique mushroom-shaped bulb to enhance light output.It comes in compact attached ballast with E...
SPECIFICATIONS FOR VENUS MODEL                          Voltage     Lumen          ColorModel Warranty     CRI            ...
SATURN
SATURN The Saturn series lamp is donut-shaped; Well-suited for round fixtures such as  low/high bay industrial lighting,...
SPECIFICATIONS FOR SEPARATED MODEL                                                 Color      Dimensions  Model      Warra...
SEPARATE BALLAST INDUCTION LAMPHIGH BAY FIXTURES:
SEPARATE BALLAST INDUCTIONLAMP HIGH BAY FIXTURES:1.   Model 0361-1 (16”) Saturn-TX-40W Lamp2.   Model 0361-1 (16”) Saturn-...
SMART DRAGON
SMART DRAGON Smart Dragon Series Lamp Rectangular in  shape, suitable for square or rectangular fixtures   (Floodlight ca...
SPECIFICATIONS FOR SEPARATED MODEL                                                       Color      Dimensions    Model   ...
LVD SEPARATED INDUCTION LAMPFLOOD LIGHT FIXTURES:
LVD SEPARATED INDUCTION LAMPFLOODLIGHT FIXTURES:1.   Model 0553-1 Smart Dragon-LL-40W Lamp2.   Model 0553-2 Smart Dragon-L...
Induction Lamps vs. Traditional Lamps       Comparison         LVD Induction                Metal Halide          High Pre...
Induction Lamps vs. Traditional Lamps     Comparison             LVD Induction          Metal Halide            High Press...
LVD Induction Lamps vs. Fluorescent Lamps        Comparison          LVD Induction             Compact Fluorescent        ...
Induction Lamps vs. Fluorescent Lamps          Comparison             LVD Induction         Compact Fluorescent           ...
CASE STUDY in LVD INDUCTION LIGHTING      Comparison Item           Old Lighting System         New Lighting SystemLight S...
Conversion factors for lumens to “pupil lumens”Light Source                          Conventional    Correction Factor Pup...
COST SAVING ANALYSISPARAMETERS CFL, 65W (0.20 A) VENUS, 40W (0.12 A) DIFFERENCE                    100              100   ...
RETURN OF INVESTMENT         PARAMETERS                LVD Savings against CFL @15HNo. of Pieces                          ...
For further details contact:  Arnold Ynclino-MerroAJM UNI-TECH TRADING AND SERVICES        Tel. No. (02) 5293102     Mobil...
THANK YOU FOR     YOUR ATTENTION!!!!!
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LVD Induction Lamp

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Induction Lamps have:
- Life span of
= 100,000 burning hours rated life (Separated ballast).
= 60,000 burning hours rated life (Self ballasted).

- Energy efficient and best Color Rendition among fluorescent lamps.

- Minimal Heat and CO2 output.

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LVD Induction Lamp

  1. 1. “LIGHTING UP YOUR TOMORROW with EFFICIENT LIGHTING SYSTEMS…”Arnold Ynclino – MerroAJM UNI-TECH TRADING & SERVICESMay 12, 2011
  2. 2. MISSION AND VISION: To provide Modern Lighting Products, which offers: New Design Concepts. Energy Efficient / Low Wattages / Higher Luminosity. Positive Impact on the Environment. Short Return of Investment / Payback.
  3. 3. TOPICS:LVD INDUCTION LAMP ADVANTAGES / FEATURES / BENEFITSTECHNICAL COMPARISON OF LVD INDUCTION LAMP AGAINST TRADITIONAL LAMP.ECONOMICS: COSTS SAVING ANALYSIS / RETURN OF INVESTMENT
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION: The Induction light has been in existence for some time now. LVD Induction Lamps have been in use around the world for over 7 years with great success.
  5. 5. INTRODUCTION: Energy Saving Induction Lighting is Ideal for : Industrial Warehouse Lightings Manufacturing Plants Supermarkets, Malls, Retail Store Lighting Outdoor Lighting (Perimeter & Streetlights) Other Applications…
  6. 6. LVD INDUCTION LAMP DESCRIPTION: Induction Lamps consists of: - Electrode less lamp, using only induction coils to energize the lamp with an electronic ballast only. Induction Lamps replaces the following: - Metal Halides, High Pressure Sodium and Mercury. Induction Lamps have: - Life span of = 100,000 burning hours rated life (Separated ballast). = 60,000 burning hours rated life (Self ballasted). - Energy efficient and best Color Rendition among fluorescent lamps. - Minimal Heat and CO2 output.
  7. 7. LVD FEATURES: Power Factor >0.95 IC controlled electronic ballast Pupil Luminous Flux: Up to 150 Plm/W High lumen efficiency Superior energy savings Wide voltage range (120V, 220V, 277V) Instant start and instant Re - strike Reliable ignition even to -40°C CRI > 80 (Ra) Wide color temperature range (2700K, 6500K)
  8. 8. INDUCTION LAMP ADVANTAGES: Long performance life up to 100,000 hours. High lumen depreciation maintenance rate (at >95% after 2,000 hours and >85% after 6,000 hours). Lower energy bills due to Low energy consumption. Low heat output of bulb.
  9. 9. INDUCTION LAMP ADVANTAGES:Greater range of applications vs HID and fluorescentsLike natural sunlightExcellent lighting quality with no flickerNo liquid mercury to harm human beings or the environment
  10. 10. Benefits:Reduced replacement of bulb costs.Zero maintenance costs.Less problems caused by interruption of industrial production or traffic flow.Reduce electricity costs by at least 50%.
  11. 11. Benefits: Reduced air-conditioning costs. Easy installation. Increase worker productivity. Increase bottom line profits. Ease of use as retrofit or in new construction applications.
  12. 12. How to Retrofit Traditional Light w/ LVD Induction Lamp TRADITIONAL LAMP LVD INDUCTION LAMP TYPE STANDARD ACTUAL STANDARD ACTUAL POWER (W) POWER (W) POWER (W) POWER (W) HIGH 70 84 40 43PRESSURESODIUM/ METAL 100 120 40 43 HALIDE 150 180 80 86 250 300 120 130 400 464 200 216
  13. 13. How to Retrofit Traditional Light w/ LVD Induction Lamp TRADITIONAL LAMP LVD INDUCTION LAMP TYPE STANDARD ACTUAL STANDARD ACTUAL POWER POWER (W) POWER (W) POWER (W) (W) HIGH 80 100 40 43PRESSUREMERCURY 125 150 40 43 LAMP 160 192 80 86 250 300 120 130 150 162 400 460 200 216
  14. 14. How to Retrofit Traditional Light w/ LVD Induction Lamp TRADITIONAL LAMP LVD INDUCTION LAMP TYPE STANDARD ACTUAL STANDARD ACTUAL POWER (W) POWER (W) POWER (W) POWER (W)FLUORESCENT LIGHT 38 45 23 23 85 98 40 43 125 140 80 86 165 185 80 86
  15. 15. VENUS
  16. 16. VENUS Venus series has a unique mushroom-shaped bulb to enhance light output.It comes in compact attached ballast with E27 screw base.
  17. 17. SPECIFICATIONS FOR VENUS MODEL Voltage Lumen ColorModel Warranty CRI Dimensions Range Output (Lm) TemperatureVENUS L78 X W62 XJX-23, 3 YRS. 75~85 220V 1350 2700K / 6500K H182 23WVENUS L115 X W88 XJX-40, 3 YRS. 75~85 220V 2550 2700K / 6500K H250 40W
  18. 18. SATURN
  19. 19. SATURN The Saturn series lamp is donut-shaped; Well-suited for round fixtures such as low/high bay industrial lighting, retail and general outdoor lighting. It is available in 40-200W.
  20. 20. SPECIFICATIONS FOR SEPARATED MODEL Color Dimensions Model Warranty Voltage Lumens Temperature (mm)LVD-GY-TX- 5 YRS. 220V 2400~2800 2700K/6500K D417 x H492 40WLVD-GY-TX- 5 YRS. 220V 5200~7140 2700K/6500K D417 x H492 80WLVD-GY-TX- 220V 5 YRS. 9400~11700 2700K/6500K D547 X H557 120WLVD-GY-TX- 5 YRS. 220V 17000~19400 2700K/6500K D547 X H557 200W
  21. 21. SEPARATE BALLAST INDUCTION LAMPHIGH BAY FIXTURES:
  22. 22. SEPARATE BALLAST INDUCTIONLAMP HIGH BAY FIXTURES:1. Model 0361-1 (16”) Saturn-TX-40W Lamp2. Model 0361-1 (16”) Saturn-TX-80W Lamp3. Model 0361-1 (20”) Saturn-TX-120W Lamp4. Model 0361-1 (20”) Saturn-TX-150W Lamp5. Model 0361-1 (20”) Saturn-TX-200W Lamp
  23. 23. SMART DRAGON
  24. 24. SMART DRAGON Smart Dragon Series Lamp Rectangular in shape, suitable for square or rectangular fixtures (Floodlight casings). Smart Dragon series fits well in road, tunnel, perimeter lightings, spot lightings, gymnasium, buildings, etc.. It is available in wattages ranging from 40-200W.
  25. 25. SPECIFICATIONS FOR SEPARATED MODEL Color Dimensions Model Warranty Voltage Lumens Temperature (mm)LVD-GY-LL-40W 5 YRS. 220V 2400~2800 2700K/6500K 180x330x110LVD-GY-LL-80W 5 YRS. 220V 5200~7140 2700K/6500K 354x374x130LVD-GY-LL-120W 5 YRS. 220V 9400~11700 2700K/6500K 418x460x160LVD-GY-LL-200W 5 YRS. 220V 17000~19400 2700K/6500K 550x647x227
  26. 26. LVD SEPARATED INDUCTION LAMPFLOOD LIGHT FIXTURES:
  27. 27. LVD SEPARATED INDUCTION LAMPFLOODLIGHT FIXTURES:1. Model 0553-1 Smart Dragon-LL-40W Lamp2. Model 0553-2 Smart Dragon-LL-80W Lamp3. Model 0553-3 Smart Dragon-LL-120W Lamp4. Model 0553-3 Smart Dragon-LL-150W Lamp5. Model 0553-4 Smart Dragon-LL-200W Lamp
  28. 28. Induction Lamps vs. Traditional Lamps Comparison LVD Induction Metal Halide High Pressure Sodium Compact: 3 yearsWarranty None None Separate: 5 years Compact: 60,000Life Hours 6,000~20,000 24,000 Separate: 100,000Energy Saving Excellent Lower LowerEfficiency Photopic Efficacy: 150 Photopic Efficacy: 110 Photopic Efficacy: 90 Plm/W Plm/W Plm/WLumen Efficacy (Plm: Pupil Lumen) (Plm: Pupil Lumen) (Plm: Pupil Lumen) Traditional Efficacy: 80 Traditional Efficacy: 75 Traditional Efficacy: 120 Lm/W Lm/W Lm/WLumenDepreciation 5% @ 2,000 Hours 40% @ 2,000 Hours 30% @ 2,000 HoursRate %Lamp Lower, <80°F Higher, >300° F Higher, >350° FOperating Reduces A/C cost Increased A/C cost Increased A/C costTemperatureCRI >80 (Ra) 65~80 (Ra) 60 (Ra)
  29. 29. Induction Lamps vs. Traditional Lamps Comparison LVD Induction Metal Halide High Pressure Sodium Needs up to 10~15Re-strike Instant Needs up to 10~15 minutes minutesFlicker None Much MuchGlare None Much Much Contains mercury Contains mercuryEnvironmental No Mercury Concern with much Concern with much lampSafety No lamp waste in 10 years lamp waste over 10 years waste over 10 yearsImages
  30. 30. LVD Induction Lamps vs. Fluorescent Lamps Comparison LVD Induction Compact Fluorescent Fluorescent Tubes Compact:3 yearsWarrantee None None Separate: 5 years Compact: 60,000Life Hours 8,000~10,000 8,000~20,000 Separate: 100,000Energy Saving Excellent Good LowerEfficiency Photopic Efficacy: 150 Plm/W Photopic Efficacy: 85 Plm/W Photopic Efficacy: 69 Plm/WLumen Efficacy (Plm: Pupil Lumen) (Plm: Pupil Lumen) (Plm: Pupil Lumen) Traditional Efficacy: 80 Lm/W Traditional Efficacy: 50 Lm/W Traditional Efficacy: 70 Lm/WLumenDepreciation 5% @ 2,000 Hours 30% @ 2,000 Hours 25% @ 2,000 HoursRate %Lamp Lower, <80°F Higher, >100° F Higher, >150° FOperating Reduces A/C cost Increased A/C cost Increased A/C costTemperatureCRI >80 (Ra) 65~80 (Ra) 60 (Ra)
  31. 31. Induction Lamps vs. Fluorescent Lamps Comparison LVD Induction Compact Fluorescent Fluorescent Tubes Instant, with initial 3 minute Instant, with initial 3 minuteRe-strike Instant warm up time. warm up time.Flicker None Much MuchGlare None Much Much Contains mercury Contains mercuryEnvironmental No Mercury Concern with much lamp Concern with much lampSafety No lamp waste in 10 years waste over 10 years waste over 10 years Images
  32. 32. CASE STUDY in LVD INDUCTION LIGHTING Comparison Item Old Lighting System New Lighting SystemLight Source Metal Halide High Bay LVD Induction High BayWattage 400W ( per lamp ) 200W ( per lamp )Actual Power Consumption 460W ( lamp & ballast ) 210W ( lamp & ballast )Brightness 373Lux 510Lux Low Efficacy, Severe High Efficacy, Low LuminousLuminous Efficacy Luminous Decline, Poor CRI Decline, Excellent CRI 8000 hrs. ( 1 year @ 24 100,000 hrs. (10 years @ 24 hrs/Day ) hrs/Day)Life Hours ( Change 274 Bulbs ( Change ZERO Bulbs for 10 Every Year ) Years )No. of Fixtures 274 Sets 274 Sets
  33. 33. Conversion factors for lumens to “pupil lumens”Light Source Conventional Correction Factor Pupil Lumens lumens per watt (P/S ratio) per wattLow-pressure sodium 165 0.38 635,000K T5 fluorescent 104 1.83 1904,100K T8 fluorescent 90 1.62 145Clear metal halide 85 1.49 1265000K LVD Lamp 80 1.62 1505,000K pure triphosphor fluorescent 70 1.58 1115,000K pure triphosphor fluorescent 69 1.24 855,000K pure triphosphor fluorescent 65 0.76 492,900K warm white fluorescent 65 0.98 64Daylight fluorescent 55 1.72 9535-watt high-pressure sodium 55 0.57 315,000K 90 CRI fluorescent 46 1.7 78Vitalite fluorescent 46 1.71 79Deluxe mercury vapor 40 0.86 34Standard incandescent 15 1.26 19Tungsten halogen 22 1.32 29
  34. 34. COST SAVING ANALYSISPARAMETERS CFL, 65W (0.20 A) VENUS, 40W (0.12 A) DIFFERENCE 100 100 - Quantity 4,400.00 2,640.00 1,760.00 Total Wattage 15.0 15.0 -Operating Hours 7 7 - Days/Week 277.20 462.00 184.80KW Cons./Week 1,848.00 1,108.80 739.20KW Cons. /Month 16,853.76 10,112.26 6,741.50 Cost(Php9.12/KWh)
  35. 35. RETURN OF INVESTMENT PARAMETERS LVD Savings against CFL @15HNo. of Pieces 100Product Costs (Php) 2,500Cost of 10 pcs. X 65W CFL 13,000Cost of Conversion (Php) 250,000.00Savings / Month + Costs of 10 1,306,741.50pcs of 65W at 60,000 hours (Php)R.O. I. (MONTHS) 0.19SAVINGS ON 10th YEAR (Php) 11,760,673.54TOTAL SAVINGS OF USING 11,760,673.54VENUS 40W AFTER 10th YEAR
  36. 36. For further details contact: Arnold Ynclino-MerroAJM UNI-TECH TRADING AND SERVICES Tel. No. (02) 5293102 Mobile No. 09209612821 Email. ajm_unitech@yahoo.com.ph
  37. 37. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!!!!!

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