Lighting. Sunday , September 16th , 2018 - 04:27:33 AM
Do you really need your lights on all the time? This is a question you really need to ask yourself. Chances are you don't. Do you leave your office for 5 minutes and come back an hour later, in the meantime the lights have been burning the whole time. Are there aisles in your warehouse that are only used for 30 minutes a day but remain fully lit for 24 hours? If the answer to either of those questions, or countless others that I don't have room to write here, is yes then you could benefit from installing some lighting controls more advanced than an onoff switch. These come in various different flavours depending on your needs. They can control one light or a bank of lights, they can be sensitive the overall light level in the room this means that if sunlight is streaming through the window then the lights don't need to come on and won't. They can be used to detect the presence or the absence of people. They can dim lights or turn them on and off. What they all have in common is their ability to save you money by stopping you wasting electricity.
LEDs are nothing like an incandescent light bulb. They have no glass bulb, there is no filament, and there is very little heat produced. This is because LEDs produce light in a wholly different manner. Rather than heat a filament like an incandescent bulb to produce light, which is by the way extremely inefficient, LEDs produce light through a process called electroluminescence. Rather than go into a long and drawn out technical explanation, it's enough to simply say that electrical power is fed through a small piece of semi-conducting material which then emits light energy. This process is extremely efficient, produces little heat, and is basically solid stated in operation, meaning there are no parts to simply burn up or wear out in a short period of time. At the most basic level, an LED is a diode, just like you'd find in a radio or your computer. They're efficient, compact, and powerful light sources that can operate for several years without fail.
In the UK the average business electricity bill has increased by over 50% in the last 2 years, a trend which seems very unlikely to reverse. With costs increasing at such a dramatic rate it makes sense for business to try to reduce their energy dependence - it has the added benefit of being good for the environment and that's something your business can shout about. Globally, 19% of electricity is used for lighting, but the figure can be as high as 30% for a business. Efficient lighting and lighting controls can reduce the electricity used in your lighting by 50% or more. That represents a potential 15% drop in your electricity bill, in the current economic climate that can't be ignored.
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