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1 The Latest in Energy Efficient Lighting Jeff Kramer, LC Philips Lighting Technical Support Rep

2 Factors affecting decisions about energy efficient lighting Recent legislation – EPACT; EISA 2007 Building certification – LEED; Energy Star Utility Rebates EPACT 2005 Tax Incentives Energy Codes – ASHRAE 90.1; IECC Universal Waste Rule – Mercury & Recycling

3 Energy Efficient Lighting Technology

4 Standard Incandescent Being eliminated by EISA (2012 – 2014) Replace with halogen or CFL Incandescent Reflector Floods Efficiency standards change June 17, 2008 Halogen IR technology 20Par20 Electronic Compact Fluorescent (CFL)

5 Linear Fluorescent T8 Fluorescent Four wattages of 4 T8 – 32, 30, 28, 25 watt Options – color temperature, CRI, life Electronic ballasts Instant vs Program Start Various Ballast Factors

6 T8 Fluorescent What is best system? – Depends New construction vs retrofit Correct light levels for application Existing – overlit or underlit Type of fixtures Ceiling height Energy saving lamps temperature sensitive Rebates Total cost of ownership Alto II

7 7 1.Low mercury means shorter life. ALTO II technology has not impacted the rated average life of our T8 lamps. 2.Low mercury means less performance. Philips T8 lamps featuring ALTO II technology offer the same energy savings, light levels and color quality as ALTO lamps. 3.I dont need to worry about mercury if I recycle. During the recycling process, some of the mercury escapes into the atmosphere. Top 3 Myths About Low Mercury Philips ALTO II lamps reduce mercury without sacrificing performance!

8 T5HO vs T8 T5HO system 5000 initial lumens Efficacy (lumens/ watt) Initial system – 85.5 EOL system – 79.5 Costs Lamp Ballast Fixture Super T8 system 3100 initial lumens Efficacy (lumens/ watt) Initial system – EOL system – 93.6 Costs Lamp Ballast Fixture

9 Ceramic Metal Halide Philips MasterColor Elite 210 and 315 watt 115 to 120 lumens per watt 90 CRI 90% lumen maintenance at mean life Lamp/ ballast system designed to optimize performance

10 With MasterColor ® CDM With MasterColor ® CDM Elite 0 + MasterColor ® 830 MasterColor ® 930 Elite 81–83 90 CRI 3000K TC Red Improved Color Quality 620 – 680 NanoMeter: Red part of spectrum

11 Ceramic Metal Halide Philips MasterColor Elite 210 and 315 watt 115 to 120 lumens per watt 90 CRI 90% lumen maintenance at mean life Lamp/ ballast system designed to optimize performance MasterColor CDM R111 MasterColor CDM MR16 MasterColor CDMi 25 watt Par38 integrated lamp

12 LED – Light Emitting Diode LEDs are revolutionizing lighting, but are they there yet?No Cautions for white LEDs Efficacy30 – 70 lumens per watt Goal – 160 lumens per watt Lumen maintenance Life vs Effective life Color Rendering (CRI) Heat dissipation

13 In the interim: horrible hybrids This is not a solid-state lighting solution Replacement product Poor thermal Poor light output Pool light quality Makeshift appearance A Shoehorned technology

14 LED Benefits Ultra long source life Low maintenance No moving parts Low power consumption No radiated heat (IR) from light No UV emissions Natural coupling for digital controlCold Temperatures High Vibration Non-insect attracting Fast response Very efficient color generation ©2004 Color Kinetics Incorporated

15 eW Cove Powercore eW® Cove Powercore fixture is a best-of- breed LED fixture that delivers high-quality white light, has a simple line-power installation, and lasts for years. Common Uses Interior Coves Accent and display lighting Light boxes and other tight spaces Retail, exhibit, hospitality and architectural settings Specifications 12 cove lighting 2800K or 4200K color temperature 150 Lumens output 100V, 120V, 230V, 277V

16 eW® MR is a compact LED lamp designed to fit into MR16 fixtures* and sockets and is well suited for use with tracks, rails, cables, and pendants in interior architectural, retail, exhibit and display applications Specifications 2700K or 4200K color temperature 60 Lumens output 10° or 25° beam angle Compatible with magnetic low- voltage (12 VAC) transformers eW MR *Fits many standard, low-voltage MR16 light fixtures with a GU5.3 base. See website for compatibility guidelines. Common uses Tracks, rails, cables, and pendants in interior architectural, retail, exhibit, and display applications

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