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RAB ALED150 – 150 Watt Area Light RAB Lighting’s 150 watt LED area light replaces 400 watt metal halide fixtures one-for-one. ALED150 is precision-engineered with specification-grade optics that deliver clean, uniform light without glare. This high-efficiency fixture reduces energy consumption by 66%. Plus, with a 100,000-hour LED lifespan, maintenance

Lithonia BLT Relight Installation Installing the BLT (LED) Relight Series from Lithonia Lighting

Watch and learn how simple and easy it is to retrofit downlights with the new RV Series Retrofit Commercial LED Downlight from Lithonia Lighting. In the time it takes to watch this video, you could install a new LED downlight in your facility!

Lightcloud™ is designed from the ground up to be the most intuitive, advanced and secure networked control system that delivers the energy savings you need today and long into the future. Combine this with complimentary lighting design services and your energy bill doesn’t stand a chance.

RAB ALED150 – 150 Watt Area Light RAB Lighting’s 150 watt LED area light replaces 400 watt metal halide fixtures one-for-one. ALED150 is precision-engineered with specification-grade optics that deliver clean, uniform light without glare. This high-efficiency fixture reduces energy consumption by 66%. Plus, with a 100,000-hour LED lifespan, maintenance

RAB ALED150 – 150 Watt Area Light RAB Lighting’s 150 watt LED area light replaces 400 watt metal halide fixtures one-for-one. ALED150 is precision-engineered with specification-grade optics that deliver clean, uniform light without glare. This high-efficiency fixture reduces energy consumption by 66%. Plus, with a 100,000-hour LED lifespan, maintenance

RAB FXLED150 – 150 Watt Floodlight The 150 watt FXLED from RAB provides a high performance and ultra efficient replacement for 400 watt metal halide floods. With over 14,000 lumens and a wide 6 by 6 NEMA beam spread, the FXLED150 floodlight is ideal for illuminating building facades, signage,

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August 29, 2022
In April, the Department of Energy finalized two rules requiring manufactures to sell energy-efficient lightbulbs. This means older, inefficient lightbulbs that don’t meet the new standards can no longer be manufactured and sold. The primary purposes for these rules are to drive down electricity use, save consumers money, and decrease greenhouse gas emissions.
July 15, 2022
It’s estimated that schools spend billions of dollars annually on energy, and it’s often the second-highest operating expenditure (following personnel costs). Each year, these expenses continue to increase while budgets often decrease, leading educators to look for ways to save money throughout the year. One way is by making some lighting updates that are more energy efficient, therefore saving money on energy bills. LED uses up to 75% less energy than conventional lighting systems, which keeps dollars in your budget for other important things.

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