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Brand – Lowenergie; USA Bridgelux LED chips
Power options – 100,150 and 200 watts
Centralised light dispersion angle – 60 degrees
Lifespan – 50,000 hours
Rate voltage – 85-265V AC
High efficiency – 95-105 lumens per watt
Material – Aluminium
Colour Temperature - 6000 Kelvin, Pure White/ Day White
Working temperature – Minus 30 to +50 deg centrigrade
CRI – >75
Dust proof LED lense cover
Die cast aluminium heat sink for excellent heat dispersion ensuring long 50,000 hour LED life
No environmental pollution, contains no mercury or other hazardous materials
60% energy saving compared to compact fluorescent or fluorescent tube lighting.
3 year Warranty
Dimensions, all 500mm Diameter, 100w – 500mm high, 150w – 650mm high, 200w – 650mm high
Why use LED High Bay Lighting compared to other lighting options
Low-Pressure Sodium Lights (SOX) – Very high efficiency but the worst colour rendering index of all lighting meaning its applications are limited. Everything is lit up monochrome orange causing low spatial awareness and poor working environment. Contains toxic metals.
High Pressure Mercury – better colour rendering than sodium but can give skin a greenish appearance. Moderate efficiency. Contains mercury. Commonly used in industrial lighting but has lost out over the years to HID and LED.
Fluorescent – moderate efficiency of around 65 lumens per watt compared to over 95 lumens per watt for LED lighting. Life depends on ballast and switching cycles. Contains mercury.
Metal Halide – High efficiency but colour temperature can change over life of the lighting. Contains toxic metals.
High Pressure Sodium – Very poor colour rendering, CRI only in the 20’s. Overtaken in the efficiency stakes by LED so will struggle to compete much longer. Contains toxic metals.
Halogen – Poor efficiency, uses ten times more electricity than LED lighting. Relatively short life.
LED Lighting – all round best option for high efficiency electricity saving, good colour rendering index, range of colour options, low maintenance with very long operation life, no hazardous materials.
Other Advantages of LED High by lights over SON or Metal Halide
Our customers have had looked at metal halide replacements in the past, but had not been able to find anything good enough. But then I came across the our Lowenergie LED lamps. For a start, they offer the right colour temperature – an absolutely crucial requirement and one lacking from previous products I’d seen.
The life expectancy of the old SON lamps is about 20,000 hours and they also degrade over time so that eventually they are only half as bright as when they’d been installed,’ Replacements LED high bay is expected to last 50,000 hours.
The new lights also have benefits for staff – they improve colour quality, reduce heat in the workplace and make it much quicker and easier to get the lights back on following a blackout or power surge. Some old SON/ metal halide lamps may not be able to switch back on for 20 minutes after a blackout/ surge. The new LED high bay lamps have the ability to be turned on instantly.
30 Watt LED Flood lights Black – Lower Level, Low Bay or Perimeter Lighting
Input Voltage 65 to 265 AC 50 to 60Hz
Light Colour – Day White 6000K
Light fitting IP65 waterproof for outdoor usage
High strength aluminium casing with toughened glass
Average LED life; 50,000 hours
High CRI (Colour Rendering Index) for true object colour representation
Working temperature -25 to 45 degrees C
No UV or IR Radiation
No hazardous materials like mercury
120 degree beam angle
CE & RoHS safety certification
225mm x 119mm x 120mm
3 Year Warranty
Used a local fabricator to fabricate the stubb columns to raise 500 mm. Hired all equipment ( cranes, sizzer lifts and welders) and used a local contract boilermaker to assist. One of our team flew across to NSW to carry out and supervise the canopy modifications.
18 April 2006
1. Mid shot gas station in Manhattan
2. Mid shot person filling up with gas
3. Mid shot gas station sign
4. Close up gas station sign showing prices
5. Wide shot gas station, tilt down to show Senator Schumer speaking to media
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) US Senator Charles Schumer, Democrat from New York:
“The bottom line is, that they always make a switch-over to summer production, the question is are they taking advantage of that switch-over to keep prices artificially high. Only subpoenaing their books and looking inside what the oil companies do will give us that answer and that”s why I”ve asked the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) to investigate.”
7. Mid shot woman filling up gas tank
8. Wide shot gas station, pan
9. Mid shot man filling up gas tank
10. Mid shot price signs on gas pumps
FILE: 10 April 2006
11. Wide shot oil traders in oil pit at New York Mercantile Exchange
12. Close up oil traders
18 April 2006
13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Eric Bolling, Independent oil trader:
“Up, up and up. I think that any sort of sell off is a buying opportunity for higher prices later on.”
FILE: 10 April 2006
14. Close up oil traders
15. Wide shot pan oil traders
FILE: Date and location unknown
16. Wide shot, tilt up, oil facility
18 April 2006
17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Eric Bolling, Independent Oil Trader:
“People are a bit nervous going into the (US summer driving) season as to whether the gasoline situation is going to be okay. That coupled with, you always have the geopolitical stuff, that really is never bearish, it”s only bullish, Iran, Nigeria, to a certain extent the Koreas, but mostly Iran and Nigeria, those are really bullish, potentially bullish scenarios.”
18 April 2006
18. Wide shot pan trading floor NYSE
Oil prices settle at new high of 71.35 US dollars a barrel on Nymex as Wall Street closed on Tuesday, as persistent concerns about Iran”s nuclear programme and supply disruptions in Nigeria overshadowed a new report from OPEC forecasting weakening global demand.
Light, sweet crude for May delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange surpassed the previous intraday record of 70.85 US dollars a barrel in European electronic trading, closing at 71.35. That”s 95 cents higher than on Monday, when the contract settled at a record closing price of 70.40 US dollars a barrel.
The previous intraday high was set Aug. 30, shortly after Hurricane Katrina lashed at the U.S. Gulf Coast and wreaked havoc on the region”s oil industry.
In its latest monthly report, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries on Tuesday revised its demand-growth forecast for 2006 to 1.42 million barrels a day, down from 1.46 million barrels per day in the previous report.
The cartel estimates that global crude-oil demand will be slightly above 84.5 million barrels per day – about half a million barrels per day lower than the current Wall Street consensus.
OPEC expressed particular concern about the impact rising interest rates would have on consumer spending in the U.S., where gasoline demand grew at a slower rate in the first quarter and could “carry over into the second half of the year.”
Still, analysts said oil prices were likely to climb further as long as geopolitical risks in Iran and Nigeria posed threats to supply.
Crude oil production is only barely keeping up with rising global demand, leaving a slim margin for error if there is a prolonged supply interruption, experts say.
Traders are anxious that U.S.-led efforts to stop Iran, OPEC”s second-largest member, from pursuing a suspected nuclear weapons programme would lead to a disruption in Persian Gulf supplies.
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