Dichroic downlights are one of the most energy inefficient light sources in use today. For most applications, Carbon and Energy Reductions (C&ER) can replace these lights with alternative lighting sources that can render appropriate lighting for the application at reductions of between 70 to 90% of the current energy consumed – and at the same time reduce maintenance costs.
C&ER offer a range of LED downlights that cover from 20-50 watt dichroic equivalents.
This LED lighting unit is probably the most powerful light source in a standard halogen type format. It uses three thermal LED lamps as its light source, and is available in a choice of Cool White, Neutral White and Warm White.
Using C&ER LED lights, can lower running costs (with cost savings up to 90% on electricity charges) and reduce CO² emissions with a high power factor, low harmonic distortion and non-toxic disposal.
C&ER negates any risk for clients by proving reductions and efficiencies, prior to any monies being paid.
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In each application, we identify a typical installation for that client and establish a test site.
We then perform a Lux test over the designated area prior to installation, and log the standard fitting.
Following installation of our high-efficiency products, we repeat the process and generate a report for comparison.
Two reports are generated. One based on light levels (lux) and the other showing reductions to actual wattage, current, KVA, apparent power and also demonstrating increases to power optimisation.
The variation in both Lux and operating power can then be easily compared to prior, and post, report.
On completion of the installation process results are produced and presented in report form that can then be used as proof of reductions achieved as part of your carbon audit.
Please Note: From 2000, all confirmed reductions to a company’s carbon footprint, generated as a result of energy efficiencies introduced by a company, can be used to offset any future mandatory requirements.