INDUCTION LIGHTING

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INDUCTION LIGHTS, introduction, working, advantages & disadvantages,applications

INDUCTION LIGHTING

  1. 1.       The total installed generating capacity in the country is over 1,56,700 MW INDIA’S power production with oil, gas and coal will exhaust in 20,36,114 years respectively. For this reason we have to conserve energy Approx 28000 MW (i.e. 17 %) is lighting load. So by increasing efficiency we can reduce 3035% on morning and evening peak loads. For the sake of this we are introducing new model of lights called “INDUCTION LIGHTS”
  2. 2. Commercial Loads Residential Buildings 18% lighting 32% 13% others 60% 8% 34% 7% 28% hvac Fans Lighting Refrigeration Air Conditioners others
  3. 3.  Fluorescent lamps use electrodes to strike the arc and initiate the flow of current through the lamp, which excites the gas fill and emits the UV radiations and emits the visible light when reaches phosphorus coating  In fluorescents, each time voltage is supplied by the ballast and the arc is struck, the electrodes degrade a little, eventually causing the lamp to fail  Since an induction lamp has no electrodes, it can last up to 100,000 hours (11.4 years non-stop)
  4. 4.   Uses wireless technology to produce light using simple magnetism Principle of Induction is the transmission of energy by way of a magnetic field
  5. 5.   The Principle of Induction was introduced to the world by the scientist Nicola TESLA in the 1800’s. TESLA once lit 200 lamps without wires from 25 miles away.
  6. 6. Parts of Induction Bulb
  7. 7. Working of Induction Bulb
  8. 8.     Induction lamps do not use electrodes Instead of a ballast, the system uses a high-frequency generator with a power coupler The generator produces a radio frequency magnetic field to excite gas fill So energy transfers through electromagnetic induction
  9. 9.           Long life – 100,000 hours Color rendering – 85 CRI Energy Efficient – 85-100 Lumens per Watt Lumen maintenance - 70% of its light output at 100,000 hours Maintenance costs – go 10 years with out a change out Instant on capability – can be used with photocell or motion sensor No flickering, no noise. Minimal color shifting Starting temperatures as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit Recyclable
  10. 10.     Bulky design for large area lighting, the discharge tube is large compared with HID lamps. Radio interference is a major problem to be worked out. The lamps are limited in use due to this issue. Less availability in India. Induction lamps are available in a limited range of colors and cannot produce color change lighting.
  11. 11. INDUCTION LED Energy Efficiency Up to 90 Lumens/Watt Up to 120 Lumens/Watt and improving Durability Heavy-duty – has no Heavy-duty – has no electrode or filament, shock electrode or filament, shock & vibration resistant & vibration resistant Lifetime Lumen Depreciation Cold Tolerant 100,000 hours 35% by rated life - 40 F (may require warm up time at low temperatures) 75,000 hours 30% loss at rated life -30 F (instant on) Performance Turns on instantly, no flickering or glare Turns on instantly, no flickering Color Temperatures Multiple Options (2700 to 6500 Kelvin) Multiple Options (2700 to 6500 Kelvin) Color Rendering Dimmable? Average 80 CRI No- unless special ballast 70 to 90 CRI Yes- most Warranty Cost 3 to 5 years Moderate upfront cost Usually 5 years Moderate upfront cost
  12. 12.  With power ranging from 80 to 400-W, induction lamps can brighten  tunnels and high ceilings
  13. 13.  Commercial and industrial applications include warehouses, supermarkets, retail showrooms, gas stations, shopping malls, corridors, parking lots, tennis courts, billboards, street lighting (freeway and highway)  airports          
  14. 14. One 400-w induction lamp saves you the equivalent of: 20 mercury vapor lamps 25 metal halides 50 high-power compact fluorescents 108 T5 fluorescents 500 T8 fluorescents 1067 incandescent
  15. 15. ANY QUESTIONS

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