The all-in-one design features an advanced LED light engine mounted directly to the cast aluminum trim with integral white baffle and flange. Torsion springs in combination with the patent pending Universal Mounting Bracket make installation a breeze. There is no easier, less expensive way to upgrade commercial lighting to ultra-efficient LEDs.
RAB's low-cost, all-purpose floodlight, PIP, is offered in three wattages: 15-watt replacement for 7-watt MH, 20-watt replacement for 100-watt MH and 30-watt replacement for 150-watt MH. PIP floodlights are DLC listed and have a 60,000-hour LED lifespan and 5-year limited warranty.
DanaLite FlexConnect systems are easy to configure and install. Customize a system using a variety of electrical feeds and modular connectors to suit your application. A variety of aluminum channels are available for custom mounting or basic mounting clips to directly mount the LED strips.
This fixture is designed for safety and is ideal for commercial and industrial stairwell applications. TREADSAFE (TSLED) comes with an integrated, ultrasonic sensor that detects occupancy through sound waves. Unlike occupancy sensors that utilize passive infrared, TSLED's motion sensor does not require a direct line of sight, like in stairwells where the stairs themselves might block the line of a passive infrared sensor.
The sleek, sculpted aesthetic of the T261LG3 Conix® II LED fixture is unrivaled in the industry and offers a fresh, contemporary appeal. Conix II LEDs are compatible with all Juno line-voltage trac and standard adapter accessories.
Thanks to upgrading the metal halide fixtures and installing occupancy sensors, Heartland qualified for more than $190,000 in local utility rebates and expects an annual energy savings of approximately $90,000, resulting in an estimated payback of about two years.
The Otis Library project was completed in just three months. The library expects an annual energy savings of 105,989 kWh and annual energy cost savings of $18,000, with an annual expected maintenance savings of $2,455. The library also benefitted from more than $43,357 in incentives from the local utility.
Providing a complete turnkey solution, Graybar worked closely with the local contractor to coordinate deliveries and even helped secure a $3,200 Ameren utility rebate. The church expects an annual energy savings of approximately $5,000 and a three year return on investment.
Completed in just two months, Winnebago estimates an annual energy savings of 75,010 kWh and cost savings of $5,973 with a payback of three and a half years. In addition, Winnebago also qualified for local utility incentives.
After upgrading the lighting, the city expects an annual energy and maintenance savings of approximately $54,336, including savings from dimming low traffic roadway and parking lot areas, while still meeting Wisconsin Department of Transportation guidelines for street lighting.
Asurion expects an annual operating cost savings of $37,000, in addition to a substantial utility rebate from Tennessee Valley Authority. Thanks to the lighting upgrades, light levels of the parking lot have increased, while wattage readings show an overall 76 percent energy savings.
With the upgrade to their lighting and lighting controls, Commerce expects to save more than $75,000 annually in energy savings, with an average payback of four years with maintenance savings. Commerce also benefitted from approximately $50,000 in Ameren utility incentives.
The new LED fixtures are projected to reduce annual energy consumption by 31,556 kilowatt hours. The McGraw-Edison LED fixtures are expected to last 10 years with little or no maintenance required, resulting in an estimated $15,000 in maintenance savings over that period of time.