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Induction Lamps: SEECOL is the India's leading manufacturer of energy efficient induction lamps products. We offer Induction Lamps, Induction Lighting, Induction Light, Outdoor Lighting, Induction Street Lighting, and Induction Roadway Lighting.

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Induction lamps

  1. 1. Induction lamps greenest technology available in the marketSummary:The induction lamps have changed the lighting world and it is considered to be among thegreenest technology available in the market, with controls and energy saving lighting.Manufacturers of induction lamps are taking these lamps to the next level by incorporating otherfeatures.Body:The induction lamps is part of the energy saving option that you can go for when it comes toreplace your conventional fluorescent or high pressure sodium. They do not have the electrodewhich means that the electricity is transferred using the electromagnetic induction. Before goingin depth lets understand why these lamps.Why Induction Lamps?• No electrode, no filament• 100,000 hours of life• 150 palm/watt light efficacy• They have very low lumen depreciation• Instant-on, instant-restrict• No flickering, no glare• They are Eco-friendly.Below are some advantages of induction lamps compared with conventional LED lampsaccording to experience of induction lamps manufacturers.Induction lamps have a lifespan of 80,000 to 100,000 hours (depending on type and model),which is essentially almost the same as LED lamp lifespan. For LED, the system luminousefficiency is around 65LM/W, while for induction lamps, it is over 75LM/W. The majordifference between the technologies is in conversion efficiency (energy utilization) and costs.Most presently available commercial LED lighting fixtures have conversion efficiencies in the35 to 55 Lumens/Watt (L/W) range. Induction lamps have a conversion efficiency ranging from65 L/W in low wattage (8 ~ 20 W internal inductor types) to 85 L/W in the high wattage (250 ~400 W external inductor models) range.One of the bigger upsides of these energy solution is that they are far less costly to maintain interms of lamp replacement costs, labor replacement costs, and they have a much better colorrendering (higher CRI) and better visibility when compared to high or low pressure sodiumlighting.Additionally, the higher operating frequency of Induction lamps makes the light stable and no
  2. 2. flickering. Above are just a few obvious advantages of induction lamps compared with LEDones.The induction lamps have changed the lighting world and it is considered to be among thegreenest technology available in the market, with controls and energy saving lighting. They havebeen proven by government engineers, facility managers, architects with building owners as thesmartest and best lighting solution in terms of social, environmental and financial benefits. Youcan also find them in the government, military, university and municipal installation all over theworld.Manufacturers of induction lamps are taking these lamps to the next level by incorporating otherfeatures. Developments include smart controls, high quality manufacturing processes, fixturedesigns and other value-added improvements that enhance their capacity to produce moreenergy-efficient outputs. Manufacturers also try to make units with less mercury content and userecyclable materials such as aluminum and glass. Many have introduced lightweight designs thatmake installation a breeze, especially in applications where access is difficult and dangerous andin areas where instant start-up is required.Induction Lamps isnt for everywhere, the light units (or luminaries) themselves are quite largeand so there is little place for them in the domestic environment. Also the lower power units canbe less efficient. Aside from these two caveats everyone should take Induction lightingtechnology in to consideration when selecting their lighting.Thus the energy saving adds to the green credentials of the users and significantly reduces thepower generation requirement for the equivalent amount of light shed. The replacement ofincandescent by induction lamps greatly reduces power consumption for the equivalentillumination.The author James Mathews is a university graduate with degree in production engineering. Hehas a good industry experience on the production and quality check of the Induction lamps.Currently he is working for a Induction lamps manufacturer in the quality department of <ahref="http://www.seecol.co.in/Induction_lamps.php"> Induction lamps </a>. His responsibilityis to quality check the products manufactured by the Induction lamps manufacturer and processfor any quality mismatch.Induction Lamps, Induction Lamps Manufacturers, Induction Lamps India
  3. 3. The induction lamps is part of the energy saving option that you can go for when it comes to replaceyour conventional fluorescent or high pressure sodium. They do not have the electrode which meansthat the electricity is transferred using the electromagnetic induction. Before going in depth letsunderstand why these lamps.Why Induction Lamps?No electrode, no filament100,000 hours of life150 palm/watt light efficacyThey have very low lumen depreciationInstant-on, instant-restrictNo flickering, no glareThey are Eco-friendly.Below are some advantages :They have a lifespan of 80,000 to 100,000 hours (depending on type and model), which is essentiallyalmost the same as LED lamp lifespan. For LED, the system luminous efficiency is around 65LM/W, whilefor induction lamps, it is over 75LM/W. The major difference between the technologies is in conversionefficiency (energy utilization) and costs.Most presently available commercial LED lighting fixtures have conversion efficiencies in the 35 to 55Lumens/Watt (L/W) range. These lamps have a conversion efficiency ranging from 65 L/W in lowwattage (8 ~ 20 W internal inductor types) to 85 L/W in the high wattage (250 ~ 400 W external inductormodels) range.One of the bigger upsides of these energy solution is that they are far less costly to maintain in terms oflamp replacement costs, labor replacement costs, and they have a much better color rendering (higherCRI) and better visibility when compared to high or low pressure sodium lighting.Above are just a few obvious advantages compared with LED ones.
  4. 4. The induction lamps have changed the lighting world and it is considered to be among the greenesttechnology available in the market, with controls and energy saving lighting. They have been proven bygovernment engineers, facility managers, architects with building owners as the smartest and bestlighting solution in terms of social, environmental and financial benefits. You can also find them in thegovernment, military, university and municipal installation all over the world.Manufacturers of are taking these lamps to the next level by incorporating other features.Developments include smart controls, high quality manufacturing processes, fixture designs and othervalue-added improvements that enhance their capacity to produce more energy-efficient outputs.Manufacturers also try to make units with less mercury content and use recyclable materials such asaluminum and glass. Many have introduced lightweight designs that make installation a breeze,especially in applications where access is difficult and dangerous and in areas where instant start-up isrequired.<a href="http://www.seecol.co.in/Induction_lamps.php">Induction lamps</a> isnt for everywhere, thelight units (or luminaries) themselves are quite large and so there is little place for them in the domesticenvironment. Also the lower power units can be less efficient. Aside from these two caveats everyoneshould take Induction lighting technology in to consideration when selecting their lighting.Thus the energy saving adds to the green credentials of the users and significantly reduces the powergeneration requirement for the equivalent amount of light shed.

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