In Healthcare, the cost of lighting is a large operational expense. Being able to drastically reduce energy costs by over 70% is highly beneficial for the organization.
In common LED fixtures used today, LED chips emit light after wired with power. About 75% of the electric power is turned into heat energy. This heat energy is trapped in the fixture itself and limits the LED’s performance and lifespan.
With the Heat Spreader™ technology, the heat energy that is normally trapped in the fixture is instead moved from the LED and transferred to the heat sink. This transference to the heat sink works to extend longevity and lumen output while triggering the Heat Spreader™ cycle. As the cycle completes its process, the Heat Spreader™ technology limits the junction temperature far below previous “normal” levels, which allow for the modules to run at only one degree C above ambient temperatures.
With circuits running cooler, fixture life increases. The net result is overall efficiency that increases higher energy output while expending lower wattage output to be used in many commercial applications.
The technology benefits not only the facility but also the environment. Energy and carbon foot printing is reduced in significant amounts. This
“I am excited to be part of an industry that is leading the way to a more environmentally friendly future,” adds
This technology not only added to their bottom line, but Beaumont says “the improved lighting quality improves both the aesthetic appeal and security.” They found that the LED technology produced a clearer, more appealing illumination. They are able to monitor areas with more precision and less glare than their predecessors.
For more information, please visit http://www.futureenergygrp.com or call (586) 864-6058.
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