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1 Innovation through earth friendly technology.

2 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
The Need for an Alternate Lighting Technology Meets Environmental Concerns. Addresses Rising Cost of Maintenance Feeds the designer’s ‘imagination’. LED provides new configurations and effects. A Technological Breakthrough for the Lighting Industry. LED supports the lighting industry as technically relevant and cutting-edge.

3 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology What is LED?
The Nature of Light Emitting Diodes and SSL Technology Solid state lighting (SSL) in a revolutionary platform. Light is emitted from a semi-conductor (diode) as opposed to a vacuum or gas tube. Cost effective yet high quality replacement for incandescent and fluorescent lamps. SSL Recognized by the DOE as a solution to ecological pitfalls of incandescent and fluorescent lighting. Allows for the grouping of LEDs to produce a unified beam. High Durability - no filament to break. Long Life Span - 25, ,000 hrs. Flexible Application - small size LEDs can lead to unique lighting devices. Low Heat Generation.

4 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology LED Evaluation
If you're thinking of using LEDs, but don't know where to begin, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has created a "frequently asked questions" guide to assist you. Some of the LED products available today are marketed as "energy-efficient," but actually have very low light output compared to typical light sources. The combination of high price and low light output may actually make them a poor replacement for current technology. It is important to compare new LED products to the most efficient conventional technology (such as fluorescent, incandescent, or metal halide) that could be used in your specific application. The following checklist will help you determine if an LED product is right for your application: Ask how many watts the product consumes and how many lumens of light it produces. Lumens per watt (lpw) is the commonly used measure of how efficiently a light source is converting electricity into useable light. For comparison, incandescent lamps typically produce lumens per watt of electric power. CFLs produce at least 50 lumens per watt. Currently available high-brightness LEDs can produce about lumens per watt. In task lighting applications, LEDs may be able to provide enough light on the task, even though the total lumens are less than comparable incandescent or fluorescent sources. Evaluate the cost. For comparison, a 75-watt incandescent light bulb typically produces about 1,000 lumens and costs less than $1. The problem is, it only lasts about 1,000 hours and only converts about 5% of the electricity it consumes into light (the rest is wasted as heat). A comparable CFL is 5 times more efficient, lasts 10,000 hours, and costs less than $5. So the conventional light sources cost around $1 per thousand lumens. Today's white LED products cost more than $50 per thousand lumens. Assess the need for unique LED features. In some applications, the extra durability that LEDs can provide is worth a higher purchase price. Outdoor pathway and step lighting is an example of a sensible application for today's white LEDs. They provide a small amount of light right where it's needed, and can be powered by solar cells, eliminating the need for running wire outdoors.. Check the color of white LEDs. If you've ever tried to match white paint, you know there are actually many shades of white. There is a similar issue with lighting. White light varies from "warm" or more yellow/gold in appearance, to ?cool? or more blue. Today's white LEDs are typically "cooler" and bluer, even compared to fluorescent sources. Do LEDs really last 50,000 hours? 100,000 hours? There is no simple answer to this question. Considering that 100,000 hours is more than 11 years of 24/7 operation, it's difficult to do life testing on these products! However, SSL researchers have developed ways to estimate LED life, based on shorter test periods. Unlike other light sources, LEDs don't typically "burn out;" they simply get dimmer over time. Although there is not yet an official industry standard defining "life" of an LED, the leading manufacturers report it as the point at which light output has reached 70% of initial light output. Using that definition, the best white LEDs have been found to have a useful life of around 35,000 hours (that's four years of continuous operation). LED lifetime is strongly dependent on appropriate electrical and thermal design of the fixture or system. While LEDs do not emit heat in the form of infrared radiation (IR), they do generate conductive heat that must be managed in order for the LED to maintain expected light output. Why is there such variation among available SSL products, in terms of efficacy and light output? There is currently a lack of consensus test procedures and performance standards for LEDs. The performance of traditional light sources (incandescent, fluorescent, HID) is determined by accepted test procedures that are followed industry wide. This allows comparison of products made by different manufacturers because they all have to test their products and report results in the same way. In many cases, test procedures will need to be revised to account for technical differences in the way LEDs operate, relative to traditional light sources. DOE is working with the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), the Next Generation Lighting Industry Alliance, and other industry and research organizations to begin developing the needed metrics, codes, and standards for SSL products.

5 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
How is White LED Light Made? There’s two main ways to get white light from LEDs Combine light from red, green and blue colored LEDs. This is the same way your television works. White, formed this way, can be ‘tuned’ to produce soft or daylight. Utilize a blue LED with a phosphor coating. Coating emits a yellow light when the blue light from the LED shines on it. The mixture of blue and yellow light forms a white light.

6 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Why are LEDs Different Colors? The color of an LED is a function of the material used to make the junction. There are two main ‘flavors’. Iridium gallium nitride (InGaN) is used to make up the blue, white, true green, and UV types. Aluminum gallium indium phosphide (AlGaInP) is used to make the red, yellow, and orange types. What makes an LED such a good colored light source? When you specify colored light, LEDs can’t be beat for efficiency Highly efficient process involving wavelengths LEDs have a significant advantage in Exit and Traffic Lights - 15% as opposed to 5% incandescent efficiency.

7 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
What is the difference between High Power and Standard LED? There are two types of LED diodes - High Power, and Standard High Power LED lumens per watt Found in our LED bricks and architectural LED fixtures Found in certain High Power retrofit bulbs. Standard Power LED 50-80 lumens per watt Found in retrofit lamps where huge light output is not desirable.

8 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
What are the fundamentals of LED Drivers? The LED Driver An electronic circuit or component Processes source power into power LED can use. Regulates and controls current. This regulation helps to achieve and control various effects. Types of LED Drivers Simple resistive current limiter Sophisticated electronic pulse width monitors. Dry and damp location. Typical applications Automotive rear combination lamps. Under-cabinet lighting. Traffic signals.

9 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
We offer the most complete line of LED retrofit lamps and fixtures Our engineers have incorporated the latest technology to provide a safer and more efficient energy saving approach to lamps and lighting fixtures. Over 30 years experience in the architectural and decorative lighting arena, including manufacturing and supply chain management. Over 100,000 square feet of manufacturing facilities featuring state of the art equipment and a workforce of over dedicated employees. Our catalog of retrofit lamps and LED luminaires for both outdoor and indoor applications is constantly growing. Customer service that is available, and knowledgeable.

10 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: Retrofit Lamps Our LED Retrofit Lamps are Suited for Virtually Any Application Incandescent retrofits can save institutions and hospitality groups on energy and maintenance costs. MR16 retrofits addresses the challenge of high maintenance and energy costs in the retail display industry. Superior color efficacy shows products in a great light. 25, ,000 hr. operation (do the math, that’s hrs. per day, 6 days per week). PAR retrofits addresses outdoow lighting as well as hi-output retail display lighting. We have them all, in stock, and available for immediate delivery. 3W MR16 JDR base 3W Hi Power MR16 bi-pin mount 120V 3 Watt Medium Base Incandescent Retrofit 120V Watt PAR16, PAR20, PAR30 and PAR38

11 = Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: LED Fixtures Without Boards and OEM We can take LED bricks and circuit boards, and integrate them into exciting luminaires OEM capabilities enable us to produce Superior architectural grade landscape lighting, bollards, and pathway lighting. Energy saving interior recessed and task lighting. Decorative and special effects lighting that features multi-colored LEDs. Above: We manufacture all components of retrofit lamps and place the necessary LED components. Below: Circuit board and brick that go into architectural bollard. =

12 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: Commercial Fixtures - Our upcoming commercial fixture line features quality castings and state of the art LED architecture. Each fixture will hold several different ‘drop in’ LED modules ranging from 24 watt LED to 48 watt LED power ‘bricks’. These power bricks will also be integrated into our upcoming walkway bollard series. The expectation is to provide the equivalent light output of 100W through 400W HID or CFL products. Each module is designed for easy access, replacement and servicing. The modules are also adjustable to control the light pattern. This product line will be introduced later in

13 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: LED Fluorescent Replacement Tubes For general lighting purposes, the LED Light Tubes are great replacements for fluorescent lamps. You will find the applications everywhere - mainly in markets, commercial buildings and factories. Our Product Line: Color Changing LED Light Tubes - Simple color changing functions in an architectural wet location outdoor tube. Full Color Fading. Flashing and Strobe Effects.

14 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: Multi-Colored Flexible Linear Series - Double end bullet (festoon) lamps in a flexible linear array. Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, White Indoor use only. Ideal for coves, strip lighting, displays, themed environments.

15 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: LED Rope Light - Festive and surreal LED light rope available with vertical or horizontally mounted LEDs, round or rectangular, in 2, 3, 4 and 5 wire versions. Applications include themed environments, clubs, casinos, and discos.

16 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: Color Changing 1’ x 2’ LED Panel Modules Incredible signage and point of attention panels. Signage Outdoor Obelisk and Kiosk Architectural Sculpture

17 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: Color Changing Architectural Flood / Wallwasher Line voltage and low voltage models. Dramatic and colorful outdoor floods.

18 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: LED Square Tubes Rigid square linkable LED tubes. Various colors as well as color changing. Create memorable retail display lighting motifs.

19 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: Flexible LED Light Hose Alternative to outdoor architectural neon. Assorted colors. Fully flexible. Field cut.

20 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: LED Delineator Strings Channel lettering made simple. Lasts longer than traditional neon. Indoor signage only. Low voltage.

21 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: LED Color Changing Spot No color wheels or filters that diminish light intensity. Projects color beam 65 feet with 25° viewing angle. Special effects. Color Wash Cross Fade Random sequencing Strobing and static color selection

22 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: LED Pool Lights Low maintenance key factor in selecting underwater lighting. Creative decorative ‘trims’.

23 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: High Power LED Outdoor Underwater Light Architectural grade water art light. High power, intense color effects.

24 Eco-$mart LED Innovation through Technology
Our Product Line: LED MicroStar 12V LED Accent Light Okay for underwater (only light can be submerged). Comes complete with in-line controller and plug-in transformer. Light head boasts 12 super bright multi- color LEDs.

25 Eco-$mart, Inc. Eco-$mart LED (888) 329-2705
Innovation through Technology Our Product Line: Consumer Our consumer program features user friendly retrofit lamps. MR16 Energy Saving LED’s in many configurations. Incandescent medium and standard base retrofits for home, hospitality, and institution. PAR 16, 20, 30 and 38 for all outdoor and retail display applications. Liberal distributor programs. Retail displays and shippers. Eco-$mart, Inc. (888)

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