Why RetroFit LEDs? 2018-01-23T15:45:20+00:00

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NeoBright powers your business with efficient LED technology…without the complexity. You enjoy a new better lighting system at no upfront cost. Simply finance your new equipment and make one low monthly payment. Start saving on month one.

Our clients use less energy and save more money on their light bill.

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LIFESPAN
& ENERGY USAGE

LEDs use an average of 70% less less energy, therefore cost approximately 70% less to operate. The performance of CFL and filament bulbs degrade over time. Throughout the lifespan of the LED, most bulbs will continue to generate at least 80% of their original light output after 50,000 hours of continuous use. The light output of CFLs degrades quickly: 80% of initial light output occurs after only 5,000 hours of continuous use for CFL’s.

The annual energy consumption for an LED bulb is around 30 times lower than that of a similar incandescent bulb. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, lights account for one-fifth of the energy consumption in the average U.S household. LED lights can lower lighting costs down to nearly 5% of the total electricity consumption in homes.

LEDs generate drastically less heat.  In response, associated cooling costs are much lower. Incandescent bulbs release 90% of their energy as heat. LED lamps lose only 5% of the energy generated to heat. The rest is converted to light. LED lights not only save money on light-related energy costs, they reduce the cost of air conditioning, which was running to counteract the heat from the outdated bulbs.

50,000 HOUR LIFESPAN

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when used 8 hours/day
0 YEARS
when used 4 hours/day
0 YEARS
when used 24 hours/day

GOOD FOR YOUR PEOPLE
GOOD FOR THE EARTH

Improves Employee Productivity & Demeanor

Multiple studies show that humans are particularly sensitive to blue light. Blue light is the main color we see when we’re outdoors. Blue’s main effect is to suppress melatonin, the brain chemical that can make us feel sleepy.

As Scientific American noted in November, a 2011 investigation by Christian Cajochen, the head of the Center for Chronobiology at the University of Basel, found that volunteers exposed to a blue-based, LED-backlit computers for five hours in the evening “produced less melatonin, felt less tired, and performed better on tests of attention than those in front of a fluorescent-lit screen of the same size and brightness.” Researchers are thus increasingly advising office designers to include as much daylight-like blue in their offices as possible.

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A Beautiful Modern Workplace

The versatility of LEDs lights is extraordinary. The color spectrum ranges over a hundred thousand color options. Choose from an array of warm to cool light temperatures, as well as a variety of custom colors such as orange, green, yellow, blue, pink, red, purple…and any color in between. LED lights are also customizable for any style and application. Office buildings may consider simple tube lights. Warehouses may need large, high bay LEDs to adequately illuminate large spaces. Customer facing businesses such as boutiques, restaurants, or hotels may call for a more intricate lighting scheme. LED strips, dimmable lights, movable track lights, back-lit systems can be combined to create the perfect setting.

A RESPONSIBLE CHOICE
WITH LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

LED bulbs consume less power per lumen of light emitted. This reduces the greenhouse emissions from power plants. Studies show that a single LED bulb will minimize greenhouse gas emissions by almost half a ton. Carbon dioxide emissions from LED lights are also low.

The two biggest environmental advantages of LED accrue from its low energy consumption and long life. As compared to CFLs and incandescent lamps, fewer LED lamps need to be produced, packaged, transported, used and ultimately disposed.

The energy-saving potential of LED bulbs can be assessed from numerous studies.  In 2012, around 49 million LEDs were installed in the U.S.  This switch accounted for savings of around $675 million in one year. Trends predicts that by 2030, 3 out of 4 light bulbs will be using LED technology. This will reduce carbon emissions by 1,800 million metric tons and could cut the demand for electricity by over one-third.

The widespread use of LED lights could lead to a halt of the construction of 40 new power plants in America. The staggering environmental benefits are easy to see. Use of LED lights reduces our dependence on nonrenewable sources of energy. The environmental degradation that accompanies mining for coal and drilling for oil is also minimized.

It’s clear that LEDs have a huge advantage over incandescent bulbs, but what about when compared to CFLs? The biggest difference is that LED lights and incandescent bulbs do not contain hazardous mercury, while CFLs do. Small amounts of mercury are released into the environment when CFLs break, or if they are improperly disposed of.

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