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Switching to LED lighting might be the best investment you can do

You are now overpaying to illuminate your facility, at least double of what you will pay if you switch to LED lighting technology. 

Take 15 minutes to complete the Site Survey of your building and we will get back to you with a preliminary proposal and your personal ROI at no cost. 

Use LEDRADIANT financial services to pay your investment in LED lighting with a portion of the savings this amazing technology brings. 

Click Financing Application Form, fill it in completely, print it, sign it and fax it back to 305-901-1314 or scan it and e-mail it to finance@ledradiant.com.

Need to prove it first, don't want to switch all at once or would like to test before you commit? No problem, we are sure you will love it. Give us a call to arrange your test.

At one point in time you will need to fix all the fixtures, as bulbs burn and/or lose efficiency. Do partial retrofitting only on a sector where bulbs already need to be replaced. Once you see the results we are sure you and your employees will be willing to switch to LED.

 

EPACT 179. Ask your accountant, you might qualify.

There may be tax benefits to investing in LED lighting.

The Energy Policy Act of 2005 enacted a unique energy tax deduction known as EPAct 179D, as a reward for commercial building owners and designers of energy efficient facilities, for taking the initiative to build for a healthier and a more environmentally friendly future by reducing energy and total power costs of buildings. The deduction can be up to $1.80 per square foot, depending on the reduction in energy usage compared to the ASHRAE 90.1-2001 standard. The deduction can be taken by commercial building owners, designers and even tenants. This tax deduction applies to new construction or any building that has been modified after January 1, 2006 to qualify as an energy efficient building.
For More Information Pertaining to EPAct 179D Energy Tax consult your accountant.

 

Comparison Chart

LED Lights vs. Incandescent Light Bulbs vs. CFLs

 

 


Light Emitting Diode Buulb

Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs)


Incandescent bulb

Incandescent

Light Bulbs


Compact Fluorescent

Compact Fluorescents (CFLs)

 

Compact Fluorescent

(HIDs)

ENERGY EFFICIENCY & ENERGY COSTS
Used 12 hours a day
Life Span (average)
50,000 hours
1,200 hours
8,000 hours
10,000 hours
Watts of electricity used
(equivalent to 60 watt bulb).  

LEDs use less power (watts) per unit of light generated (lumens).  LEDs help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and lower electric bills.
8 watts
100 watts
27 watts
35 watts equivalent
Kilo-watts a year
(12 hrs a day)
35 KWh/yr.
438 KWh/yr.
96 KWh/yr.
153 KWh/yr.
Annual Operating Cost
(12 hrs a day)
$3.85
$48.18
$10.60
$16.86
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT        
Contains the TOXIC Mercury
No
No
Yes - Mercury is very toxic to your health and the environment
Yes - Even extra parts slike ballast
RoHS Compliant
Yes
Yes
No - contains 1mg-5mg of Mercury and is a major risk to the environment
Not totally
Carbon Dioxide Emissions
Lower energy consumption decreases
CO2 emissions, sulfur oxide, and high-level nuclear waste.
43 pounds
534 pounds
118 pounds
187 pounds
Sensitivity to low temperatures
None
Some
Yes - may not work under negative 10 degrees Fahrenheit or over 120 degrees Fahrenheit
Yes - Takes longer to start in low temperatures
Sensitive to humidity
No
Some
Yes
Some
On/off Cycling
Switching a CFL on/off quickly, in a closet for instance, may decrease the lifespan of the bulb.
No Effect
Some life span reduction
Yes  - can reduce lifespan drastically
Some life span reduction
Turns on instantly
Yes
Yes
No - takes time to warm up
No - takes time to warm up
Durability
Very Durable - LEDs can handle jarring and bumping
Not Very Durable - glass or filament can break easily
Not Very Durable - glass can break easily
Not Very Durable - glass can break easily
Heat Emitted
(BTU's an hour)
11
310
55
84
Failure Modes
Not typical
Some
Yes - may catch on fire, smoke, or emit an odor
Yes - may catch on fire, smoke, or emit an odor
LIGHT OUTPUT*1
       
Lumens
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
650
5
60
20
35 (halogen)
1,000
8
100
27
50 (halogen)
1,250
10
150
40
100 (halogen)
1,500
12
150
42
100 (halogen)
2,300
18
200
75
100
2,800
22
300
100
150
3,500
27
150
150
150
2,800
36
400
150
175
7,100
54
650
200
250
7,700
60
700
200
310
10,200

80

   
400
12,800
100
   
450
15,300
120
   
600
19,200
150
   
750
25,500
200
   
1,000
32,000
250
   
1,000
41,000
320
     

*1: LED Lumens calculated with an average of 128 lumens per watt. Depending on the type of LED, output could be less or more.

 

 
 

 

 

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