Induction Lighting

Proven lighting technology that has been around for over 100 years. Practically maintenance-free, with
a 100,000 hour rated life, these systems seldom need replacing and are very useful in outdoor applications
and in hard-to-reach areas such as parking garages, tunnels, airports, public facilities, freezers, and many others.

See below for some additional advantages of induction lighting.
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What is Induction Lighting?

Efficiency of Induction Lighting

Induction lighting produces 80 lumens per watt without much lumen depreciation. This is better than most metal halide or LED lights. Induction light bulbs last approximately 100,000 hours per bulb.

What Is Induction Lighting Used For?

Induction lighting is best used in places with high ceilings or that are hard to access. They also are used in applications where efficient lighting is required in extremely low temperatures.

What is the Cost of Induction Lighting?

The cost of an induction lighting system is generally double a metal halide light but about half of a similar LED light fixture. Operation costs roughly 30 percent less that metal halide-based systems.

Advantages of Induction Lighting Over Metal Halide-Based Systems

Induction lighting has the ability to start and shut off instantly. Metal halide-based lighting cannot. This is advantageous in commercial applications such as street and tunnel lighting, where lighting must be present at all times.

Difference between Induction Lighting and LED Lighting

Light Emitting Diodes are sometimes confused with induction lighting. Light emitting diodes produce a very limited amount of brightness. Induction lighting is available at much higher brightness and wattage ratings.