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1 #title# © 2008 Beta Lighting

2 #title# Who is Beta - Kramer Beta-Kramer is a Ruud Lighting Company Incorporated in 1982 Largest Privately Held Lighting Manufacturer in the world Complete line of LED outdoor (and indoor) fixtures that set the industry benchmark for energy efficiency

3 #title# Beta LED Total Systems Approach

4 #title# Key To Specifications & Evaluation Delivered Lumens How To Compare to HID How to compare to other LED products LED Overview

5 #title# Lumen output – HID and LED LED Overview

6 #title# Why Use LED Luminaires? Increased Uniformity in Illuminating the Roadway –Lower Average Lighting Levels –Maintenance of Minimum Lighting Levels Exceptionally Long Lives – 100,000 hours + –Much Lower Maintenance Costs Substantial Energy Savings –Not Uncommon to Achieve 50% savings from Current HID Lighting Systems High Color Temperature White Light –Studies Indicate Increased Visual Acuity

7 #title# Products Available The Edge by BetaLED –Area Rectangular –Area Round – Direct & Spider Mount –Pedestrian Scale Pathway Bollard –Security / Wall Pack –Canopy –Parking Structure LEDway Street Smart – Roadway Lighting

8 #title# Life LED manufacturers are NOT consistent with life ratings IESNA 30% Lumen Depreciation Do you define Life by the robustness of the Driver? LED Overview

9 #title# Start with the Right LED High Brightness, Super-White –1 Watt per LED High Quality Supplier – Cree, etc. Output watts will range from 20 – 240 Watts (1-12 light bar modules) Total Systems Approach

10 #title# Light Bar 10 or 20 LEDs per light bar Modular Design Designed to grow as LED technology evolves Total Systems Approach

11 #title# Junction Temperature What is Junction Temperature T j ? How is it measured? LED Overview

12 #title# The Beta LED Junction Temp Curve LED Overview

13 #title# Heat Sink Proper thermal management is key to low junction temps Thermal management = longer life Be wary of LEDs in traditional fixture designs Total Systems Approach

14 #title# Heat Sink Total Systems Approach Proper Management of Junction Temperature

15 #title# EDGE Product Housing Open Mesh Design and Optimized Heat Management Total Systems Approach

16 #title# Junction Temperature Conclusions Be wary of LEDs in traditional fixture designs. The higher the junction temperature the lower the initial light output The higher the junction temperature, the faster the lumen depreciation (shorter life) Look for a fixture that is designed with sufficient heat sinking LED Overview

17 #title# Thermal Management Less Heat = More Light –Maximize Initial Light Output Less Heat = More Life –Minimize Light Loss Over Time

18 #title# Bare Source Emission Characteristics

19 #title# LED Source Emission Offers the Best Opportunity for Optical Control

20 #title# HID Bare Source Photometry Commercially Available MH Lamp Polar Candela Plot

21 #title# Optical Control Bare LED Package Illustration

22 #title# LED Bare Source Photometry Commercially Available HB White LED Polar Candela Plot

23 #title# Optical Control Illustration of Altered Distribution (Secondary Optic Added)

24 #title# NanoOptic Total Systems Approach From uncontrolled light… …to controlled light

25 #title# NanoOptic A Beta exclusive technology The key to minimal reflective or refractive losses Type II, III, IV and V Available IES Photometric Reports Total Systems Approach

26 #title# Driver Auto sensing 100 – 277 V, 50/60 hz and High Power Factor Drivers potted and housed in separate, wet-listed compartment V available Total Systems Approach

27 #title# The EDGE Area Luminaire Modular design Die Cast Aluminum housing Wet Listed Meets IES Full Cut-off THE EDGE Line of Products

28 #title# THE EDGE Features and Options –Battery Backup –Step Dimming 175 mA / 525 mA –Continuous Operation at 350 mA (Standard) –Optics Type II (short or long) Type III Type IV Type V

29 #title# THE EDGE ROUND Features and Options –Battery Backup –Step Dimming 175 mA / 525 mA –Continuous Operation at 350 mA (Standard) –Optics Type II (short or long) Type III Type IV Type V

30 #title# Features and Options –Battery Backup –Step Dimming 175 mA / 525 mA –Continuous Operation at 350 mA (Standard) –Optics Type II (short or long) Type III Type IV Type V THE EDGE Spider Mount

31 #title# THE EDGE Pathway Light Ground-up design, 3 rd Generation 12, 42 and 8 versions 18 LED array (70 watt MH equivalent) Type II, Type III, Type IV and Type V distributions Smooth distribution (no rings or holes)

32 #title# Low Profile Flood Housing Light bar housing1 - 3 Light bar housing Compact shapeCompact shape Up light or downlightUp light or downlight Multiple optical distributions Multiple optical distributions 15 degree15 degree 25 degree25 degree 40 degree40 degree 60 degree60 degree 45 degree cutoff shielding available45 degree cutoff shielding available

33 #title# Wall Pack Modular design Die cast housing Wet listed Meets IES Full cut-off Integrated battery back-up available 2 Level w/ Integrated Sensor THE EDGE Line of Products

34 #title# Canopy Luminaire Modular design Die cast housing Integrated battery back-up available THE EDGE Line of Products

35 #title# Parking Structure Luminarie Modular Design Integrated battery back-up available 2 Level w/ Integrated Sensor THE EDGE Line of Products

36 #title# Parking Structure Comparison The Edge LED Parking Structure Fixture Vs 200W Pulse Start Metal Halide Parking Structure Fixture

37 #title# Parking Structure 200W Pulse Start Metal Halide

38 #title# Parking Structure - LED

39 #title# Application Comparison 200W MH Solution AVG MAX 27.7 MIN 2.8 MAX/MIN 9.89:1 LLF 0.8 6,000 Hrs. Use) Power 235W LED Solution AVG 7.59 MAX 11.6 MIN 2.3 MAX/MIN 5:1 LLF ,000 Hrs.Use) Power 128W

40 #title# LEDway StreetSmart Designed for Street Lighting Applications (Through 250W) Tool-less entry Mate-n-loc connectors NEMA Twist lock Photocontrol Surge Suppression Horizontal Tenon Mount – ±5º Vertical Adjustment w/ 2 ½º Steps

41 #title# LEDway StreetSmart 5 KV Transient protection Optics – Type II (short or long) – Type III – Type IV – Type V – Backlight Cut Off Option (II,III,IV) Driver – 0 – 10 V Dimming (100% - 5%) – 350 mA, 525 mA and 700 mA

42 #title# LEDway 60 LED - 350mA CFD Analysis 15°C ambient, 60 LEDs with 350mA drive current Total power- 69 Watts Solid Temp based on previous testing translates to Tj of approx 60°C 140K rated hours (32 years at 12 hrs/day)

43 #title# USA Average Nighttime Temperatures

44 #title# 30 LED Type II 350 mA & 15 C Initial Delivered Lumens (25 C) = 2,400 Lumens Expected Operating Life - 150,000++ Hours (15 C) Systems Watts = 39 Energy Savings over 70 W HPS = 66 watts

45 #title# 30 LED Type II 525 mA & 15 C

46 #title# 30 LED Type II 700 mA & 15 C

47 #title# 30 LED LEDway Summary Table mA DriveInitial Lumens at 25 C Operating Life at 15 C System Watts Energy Savings over HPS 350 mA ,000++ Hours 3947 Watts (70W HPS) 525 mA3,096117,000 Hours 6055 Watts (100W HPS) 700 MA3,72065,000 Hours8288 Watts (150W HPS)

48 #title# Total Cost of Ownership Ownership

49 #title# What is Needed for a Fair Comparison? 1. Side-by-Side Performance Evaluation –At the Application Level !!! 2. Data – (Independent test data per the appropriate standards) Certified Photometric Report From an Independent Testing Agency LED System (per IESNA LM-79) Competing Systems (per appropriate IESNA Standards) Life Data (Lumen Depreciation Value) for the LED System per IESNA LM-80 Based On the Life of the Application L70 = end of life limit Best-in-Class to Best-in-Class Comparisons (Where Possible)

50 #title# City of Oakland, CA – Street Lights HPS LED

51 #title# 100 Watt HPS 70 Watt HPS 60 LED Type 3 60 LED Type 2 40 LED Type 2

52 #title# By the Numbers Illuminance Comparisons 150' spacing Oakland T3 60 LED T2 30 LED 525mA T2 30 LED 700mA T2 60 LED GE T3 70 w HPS GE T3 100 w HPS average Maximum levels Minimum levels average:minimum maximum:minimum lumens energy consumption luminaire efficacy (LPW- initial)

53 #title# By the Numbers Illuminance Comparisons 150' spacing T2 30 LED 350mA T2 30 LED 525mA T2 30 LED 700mA GE T3 70 w HPS GE T3 100 w HPS GE T3 150 w HPS average Maximum levels Minimum levels average:minimum maximum:minimum lumens energy consumption luminaire efficacy (LPW - initial)

54 #title# LEDway Specification Highlights Industry standard mounting Tool-less entry to electrical components Cree LEDs – standard 6000 K ± 500 color temperature – 3500 K color temperature as an option –Also 4300 K as an option Product life of >100K hrs for 15°C ambient. LEDs wired in tandem for failure redundancy 0-10V dimming capability available (Feb 2009)

55 #title# LEDway Specification Highlights (continued) Nano-optics Distributions Available – Type II (short and long) –Type III –Type IV –Type V –15, 25, 40 & 60 degree flood optics. Die cast components are low copper aluminum – DeltaGuard finish with 10 year finish warranty – protection for 5000 hours in salt spray testing

56 #title# LEDway Specification Highlights (continued) Considered Available Options –NEMA Photo Control –Button Photo Control – magnetic step-down transformer –Single & Dual Fusing (Dual not available in Canada) –Occupancy Sensor –Bubble level –0-10V Dimming- standard w/ new 75W driver –Vertical Tenon mount adaptor –IP66 housing –UL and ENEC listings will be offered as an optional price adder

57 #title# Beta LED Application Photos City of Oakland, CA – Street Lights HPS LED

58 #title# What is Needed for a Fair Comparison? Certified Photometric Report From an Independent Testing Agency –LED Systems (per IESNA LM-79) –Competing Systems (per appropriate IESNA Standards) Life Data (Lumen Depreciation Value) for the LED System (per IESNA LM-80 and DOE ENERGY STAR Criteria (if available)) –Based On the Life of the Application L 70 = end of life limit Appropriate Maintenance Factors for the Competing Systems Side-by-Side Performance Evaluation –At the Application Level Cost/Value Analysis Lighting Performance, Total Power Consumption, etc. Best-in-Class to Best-in-Class Comparisons (Where Possible)

59 #title# Installations

60 #title# Beta LED Application Photos The Prairie School LED and HPS: side-by-side

61 #title# Beta LED Application Photos Parking Lot Fixtures 30 Mounting Height 50% Energy Savings 1 for 1 replacement of 400 watt HPS Over 200 Fixtures Retrofitted at this site

62 #title# Parma Park Parma, Italy 25 1Light Bar EDGE area luminaires on 9 poles at 16 spacing Light Bar area luminaires on 16 poles at 82 spacing. 3 2 Light Bar EDGE area luminaires mounted on 19 poles 55% energy savings VS. HPS

63 #title# Raleigh, NC Street Lighting LED City Initiative Improved results with equal or greater min. light levels

64 #title# I-35W St. Anthonys Fall Bridge Minneapolis, MN Watt EDGE area luminaires mounted back to back on 40 poles with 150 spacing. 15% energy savings VS. HPS Improved color rendition and uniformity

65 #title# Raleigh Convention Center Parking Garage Raleigh, NC 544 EDGE Parking Garage luminaires installed 9fc Average 35% energy savings is expected

66 #title# Beta LED Application Photos Better Day BP Gas Station 1 st All LED Gas Station in the World 60% Energy Savings over HID 50fc Avg. Under Canopy 1 for 1 Fixture Count

67 #title# Parking Structure HPS vs HB LED

68 #title# Beta LED Application Photos City of Austin, TX – Parking Structure - Before…

69 #title# Beta LED Application Photos City of Austin, TX – Parking Structure - After…

70 #title# Beta LED Application Photos City of Austin, TX – Parking Structure - Before…

71 #title# Beta LED Application Photos City of Austin, TX – Parking Structure - After…

72 #title# Beta LED Application Photos City of Austin, TX – Parking Structure – Before...

73 #title# Beta LED Application Photos City of Austin, TX – Parking Structure – After...

74 #title# Beta LED Application Photos Metro Market – Parking Structure

75 #title# City of Oakland Street Lighting LEDway luminaries replaced 100W HPS cobra heads 35% Energy Savings Improved uniformity with equal or greater min. light levels Consistently positive comments from residents

76 #title# Beta LED Application Photos City of Oakland, CA – Street Lights HPS LED

77 #title# Beta LED Application Photos City of Oakland, CA – Street Lights

78 #title# Beta LED Application Photos City of Oakland, CA – Street Lights

79 #title# Beta LED Application Photos Sentry Equipment - Parking Lot

80 #title# Beta LED Application Photos Sentry Equipment - Parking Lot

81 #title# Beta LED Application Photos Sentry Equipment

82 #title# Beta LED Application Photos Crocina Tunnel, Arezzo, Italy 21 EDGE area luminaires (3 light bars), at 16 ft, replaced (1-for-1) 100- Watt HPS 61 % energy reduction using THE EDGE with integrated two-level system BetaLED fixtures deliver incredible uniformity.

83 #title# Beta LED Application Photos Crocina Tunnel, Arezzo, Italy Before retrofit to LED

84 #title# Beta LED Application Photos LED retrofit in process

85 #title# Beta LED Application Photos LED retrofit nearly complete

86 #title# Beta LED Application Photos All Beta LED!

87 #title# Beta LED Application Photos Crocina Tunnel, Arezzo, Italy

88 #title# Beta LED Application Photos Crocina Tunnel, Arezzo, Italy

89 #title# Website – General information Energy Savings Calculator Comparisons of LED vs HID Specification Sheets IES Photometric Files Reference Materials & Links Application Photos Specification Tools

90 THANK YOU!

91 #title# Quality Processes LED Overview

92 #title# Housing Finish Total Systems Approach

93 CP Automated Screwdriver

94 High Precision Leak Testing

95 Vision Based Inspection

96 #title# LEDway Streetlight Performance

97 #title# City of Oakland Standard Street Lighting Typical Street Scenario Typical Residential Street Width35' Typical Street Light Mast Arm Length6' Typical Street Light Pole Location2.5' Behind FOC Typical Mounting Height25' or 30' Typical Street Light Wattage70W or 100W HPS Typical Luminaire TypeCobra Head

98 #title# City of Oakland Standard Street Lighting Distance Between Cobra Head Street Light Poles (Ft) For 70W HPS: Mounting HeightMinMax 25' '85130 For 100W HPS: Mounting HeightMinMax 25' '130185


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