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We are situated in the South of Johannesburg in Mondeor. We are suppliers of most Electrical Equipment for Industrial and household use. BT. Electricals Address: 254 Ashden Street Mondeor Johannesburg 2091 ©2014 BT Electrical - Telephone:(011) Ext. 120 Fax:(011) Mobile: ( 24 hour emergency )
THE MOST EFFICIENT LIGHTING IN THE WORLD
INDEX ©2014 BT Electrical - WHAT ARE INDUCTION LIGHTS?EVOLUTION OF LIGHTING.FEATURES OF INDUCTION LIGHTS.VISUALLY EFFECTIVE LIGHTING.TYPES OF INDUCTION LAMPS.QUALITY CERTIFICATIONS.WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF USING INDUCTION LAMPS?WHERE CAN THIS TECHNOLOGY BE USED?WHERE IN THE WORLD HAS THIS TECHNOLOGY BEEN USED?PRODUCTSGRAPHS
WHAT ARE INDUCTION LIGHTS Induction Lights are a fourth generation lighting technology It works on induction technology similar to that of the induction motor. The lamps contain no electrodes or any electrode conductors passing through the lamp glass. The energy used to excite the gas molecules inside the lamp is magnetically induced by a high frequency power supply or ballast. This induction is done by means of two externally mounted ferrite based induction coils. The lamps are defined as being cool as they run below 100 deg C. Research into Induction lighting stems back for more than a century. Induction Lighting has recently been perfected for commercialisation. There are 59 worldwide patents on the product. ©2014 BT Electrical -
EVOLUTION OF LIGHTING The Initial ( 1 st ) Generation of Light Source; Incandescent lamp ©2014 BT Electrical - 1.Glass Bulb 2.Low Pressure Inert Gas 3.Tungsten Filament 4.Contact Wire ( Goes Out of Stem ) 5.Contact Wire ( Goes Into Stem ) 6.Support Wires 7.Stem ( Glass Mount ) 8.Contact Wire ( Goes Out of Stem ) 9.Cap 10.Insulation 11.Electrical Contact
EVOLUTION OF LIGHTING 2 nd Generation Light Source; Mercury Lamps, Fluorescent Lamps ©2014 BT Electrical -
EVOLUTION OF LIGHTING 3 rd Generation Light Source; Metal Halide Lamps, High Pressure Sodium, Compact Fluorescent Lamps ©2014 BT Electrical -
EVOLUTION OF LIGHTING New Era of Light Source has emerged i.e. The Induction Lamp ©2014 BT Electrical -
FEATURES OF INDUCTION LIGHTING Patented IC controlled electronic ballast No electrodes or filaments, external ferrite coils Supply voltage ranges: Voltages ( V, 12/24DC) Wattages (15W - 300W) Available color temperatures : 2700K, 3500K, 4100K, 5000K, 6500K Excellent Lumen Maintenance over life Color Rendition, CRI 82 with no shifting over life High Luminous Efficacy, 80 lm/W Superb Efficient Power Factor of 0.98 Instant start up. ©2014 BT Electrical -
FEATURES OF INDUCTION LIGHTING Reliable ignition from -40ºC to 50ºC. Polished aluminium reflectors can be used with this lamp. Easy installation and retrofitting. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) meets international standards. Low EMC interference frequency of 210kHz Low Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) 2.7% Due to wide voltage range, electronic ballast and instant start up, the quality of electricity supplied to the lamp has no impact on the performance of the lamp. ©2014 BT Electrical -
VISUALLY EFFECTIVE LIGHTING Also called Pupil Lumens – its about what the eye actually sees It is a measurement of the quality of Light and what the eye sees Supported by theory and incorporates the integration of phototopic and scotopic measurements. Meters for this have been developed recently. Solar Light from the United States manufactures the meter. Measures VEL and brightness. Example: Metal Halide gives off white light – better VEL than High pressure sodium lamps, although the HPS gives off more lux. Objects are however, more defined under the Metal Halide light. ©2014 BT Electrical -
TYPES OF INDUCTION LAMPS CIRCULAR ©2014 BT Electrical -
TYPES OF INDUCTION LAMPS RECTANGULAR ©2014 BT Electrical -
TYPES OF INDUCTION LAMPS COMPACT ©2014 BT Electrical -
THE CIRCULAR LAMP Circular form factor is donut-shaped; well-suited for round fixtures such as low/high bay industrial lighting, retail and general outdoor lighting. The circular series lamps have even been installed in recessed can fixtures for use in general office lighting projects. It is available in W. ©2014 BT Electrical -
Type Warr. Volts Lumens (Luminous Flux) Pupil Lumens (Visible Flux) Colour Temp. K Dim (mm) Ext. Ballast Dim. (mm) LVD-TX2B- 40W 5YR 220/120/ /24DC DxH16 6 Self Ballasted LVD-GY-TX- 40W 5YR 220/120/ /24DC DxH111 L213xB95.5xH58(120/220/27 7V) L213xB95.5xH58(24/12V) LVD-GY-TX- 80W 5YR 220/120/ DxH121 L261xB103.5xH61(120V) L213xB95.5xH58(220/277V) LVD-GY-TX- 120W 5YR 220/120/ DxH121 L261xB103.5xH61(120V) L238xB103.5xH61(220/277V) LVD-GY-TX- 150W 5YR 220/120/ DxH121 L261xB103.5xH61(120V) L238xB119.5xH61(220/277V) LVD-GY-TX- 200W 5YR 220/120/ DxH130 L272xB119.5xH72.5(120V) L238xB119.5xH72.5(220/277 V) CIRCULAR SPECIFICATIONS ©2014 BT Electrical -
RECTANGULAR Rectangular in shape, the SD series lamp is better suited for square or rectangular fixtures. The SD series fits well in road, tunnel and building flood light fixtures. Low bay fixtures have been developed locally using the SD series and bulkhead fixtures have also been developed for parking bays etc. It is available in wattages ranging from W. ©2014 BT Electrical -
Type Warr. Volts Lumens (Luminous Flux) Pupil Lumens (Visible Flux) Colour Temp. K Dim (mm) Ext. Ballast Dim. (mm) LVD-GY-LL- 40W 5YR 220/120/ /24DC x114x83 L213xB95.5xH58(120/220/27 7V) L213xB95.5xH58(24/12V) LVD-GY-LL- 80W 5YR 220/120/ x138x9 3 L261xB103.5xH61(120V) L213xB95.5xH58(220/277V) LVD-GY-LL- 120W 5YR 220/120/ x138x93 L261xB103.5xH61(120V) L238xB103.5xH61(220/277V) LVD-GY-LL- 150W 5YR 220/120/ x138x93 L261xB103.5xH61(120V) L238xB103.5xH61(220/277V) LVD-GY-LL- 200W 5YR 220/120/ x146x x146x10 3 L272xB119.5xH72.5(120V) L238xB119.5xH72.5(220/277 V) RECTANGULAR SPECIFICATIONS ©2014 BT Electrical -
COMPACT Compact series has a unique mushroom-shaped bulb to enhance light output. It comes in both compact attached ballast with typical threaded socket and separate ballast configurations. ©2014 BT Electrical -
Type Warr. Volts Lumens (Luminous Flux) Pupil Lumens (Visible Flux) Colour Temp. K Dim (mm) Ext. Ballast Dim. (mm) LVD-JX-15W5YR 220/120/ /24DC W58.5xH1 60 L171xB46.5xH46(120/220/27 7V) L213xB72.5xH51(24/12V) LVD-JX-23W5YR 220/120/ /24DC W77.5xH1 78 L171xB46.5xH46(120/220/27 7V) L213xB72.5xH51(24/12V) LVD-JX-40W5YR 220/120/ /24DC W115xH24 6 L183xB46.5xH46(120/220/27 7V) L213xB95.5xH58(24/12V) RECTANGULAR SPECIFICATIONS ©2014 BT Electrical -
QUALITY CERTIFICATIONS CE certification. FCC certification. UL certification. CCC certification. ISO 9001 certification. KETI in Korea SON in Nigeria SABS in South Africa ©2014 BT Electrical -
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF USING INDUCTION LAMPS Reduced Electricity cost for lighting. (Average of 50% saving for 7-11 years. We will see you in 7 years time). Reduced maintenance cost. Lamps & Ballasts last up to hours. (Other lamps last from 1000 hour for incandescent to hours for low pressure sodium lamps). Due to longer life you save on the lamp replacement cost. Due to longer life you save on the labour cost of replacing lamps. ©2014 BT Electrical -
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF USING INDUCTION LAMPS Due to low heat generated by the lamps it will reduce the cost of air- conditioning during the Summer months Cost of disposal is reduced Improved productivity due to quality of light Potential to increase sales as products potentially appear more appealing due to improved colour rendition Factory warranty on Lamps & Ballasts of 5 years ©2014 BT Electrical -
Traditional LampsReplacement LampsReduction Type of lamp replaced Rated Power (W) Power used (W) ( Including Ballast ) Rated Power (W) Power used (W) ( Including Ballast ) Saving % High Pressure Sodium % % % % % NOTE: High Pressure Sodium lamps typically using outdoors for street lighting and security areas. Not recommended for indoor use or where color rendering is important. REPLACEMENTS & ENERGY SAVED ©2014 BT Electrical -
Traditional LampsReplacement LampsReduction Type of lamp replaced Rated Power (W) Power used (W) ( Including Ballast ) Rated Power (W) Power used (W) ( Including Ballast ) Saving % Metal Halide % % % % NOTE: Metal Halide have a high depreciation factor. REPLACEMENTS & ENERGY SAVED ©2014 BT Electrical -
Traditional LampsReplacement LampsReduction Type of lamp replaced Rated Power (W) Power used (W) ( Including Ballast ) Rated Power (W) Power used (W) ( Including Ballast ) Saving % High Pressure Mercury Vapour % % % % % REPLACEMENTS & ENERGY SAVED ©2014 BT Electrical -
Traditional LampsReplacement LampsReduction Type of lamp replaced Rated Power (W) Power used (W) ( Including Ballast ) Rated Power (W) Power used (W) ( Including Ballast ) Saving % CFL ( Self Ballast ) % % % % % REPLACEMENTS & ENERGY SAVED ©2014 BT Electrical -
BENEFITS OF INDUCTION LIGHTS PERFORMANCE BENEFITS Improved light quality and output - Like natural sunlight. Less consequential problems in production due to lights not working. Better light quality (CRI >80(Ra)). Safety & security improvements. High luminous maintenance rate (95% after 2000 hours and 85% after 6000 hours). Due to high working frequency (230KHz) there is no flicker on the lamps. Better colour definition. Colours of objects are brighter and more defined. Protects eye sight (no glare). ©2014 BT Electrical -
BENEFITS OF INDUCTION LIGHTS ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS It uses Amalgam <0.25mg (solid nickel/mercury alloy). Eliminates risks of mercury evaporation and seepage into ground water. Less waste on lamp replacements. Reducing greenhouse gas emission as CO2 from generating electricity (0.0536kg of CO2 is emitted for every 1KWh generated). Reducing coal burning for generating electricity (0.38kg of coal is burnt for every 1KWh generated). Reducing the fly ash from burnt coal kg of ash is produced for every 1KWh generated) Saving water (1.32 litres of water is used for every 1KWh generated ©2014 BT Electrical -
WHERE CAN INDUCTION LIGHTS BE USED? High Bays and Low Bays Tunnel and Flood Lights Offices Parking Bays Street Lighting Garages Residential ©2014 BT Electrical -
WHERE ELSE IN THE WORLD ARE INDUCTION LIGHTS USED? Brazil (SVC) Canada (Miser Lighting) USA (Norman Lighting) Australia Greece UK Denmark Norway Korea Taiwan Germany China ©2014 BT Electrical -
PRODUCTS DOWNLIGHTERS ©2014 BT Electrical -
PRODUCTS LOW BAY FITTINGS ©2014 BT Electrical -
PRODUCTS HIGH BAY FITTINGS ©2014 BT Electrical -
PRODUCTS FLOODLIGHTS ©2014 BT Electrical -
PRODUCTS BULKHEADS ©2014 BT Electrical -
PRODUCTS STREET LIGHTS ©2014 BT Electrical -
GRAPHS MAINTENANCE CURVES ©2014 BT Electrical -
GRAPHS ENERGY USAGE FOR LIGHTING ©2014 BT Electrical -
GRAPHS LIGHTING CONVERSION EFFICIENCY ©2014 BT Electrical -
GRAPHS SCOTOPIC/PHOTOPIC RATIOS ©2014 BT Electrical -
GRAPHS VEL/PL CORRECTED ©2014 BT Electrical -
GRAPHS How it Works : Induction technology allows the conversion of electrons into light, with the assistance of some specialised tools. The process is simple: 1. The ballast supplies the electric coils with low frequency electrical current. 2. The ferrite magnets on either side of the bulb then emit electromagnetic fields which excite electrons within the bulb. 3. As the electrons accelerate inside the bulb, they collide with mercury atoms and produce Ultra-Violet (UV) light radiation. 4. The UV light then causes the special phosphor coating inside the glass to react in a way that produces fluorescent light within the visible spectrum. ©2014 BT Electrical -
THANK YOU Please visit out website for more details or send us an with any queries you may have. ©2014 BT Electrical -
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