Because they are so efficient, they were able to qualify and get approval on DLC Premium
PORTSMOUTH, R.I. (PRWEB) April 15, 2016
MyLEDLightingGuide has changed the market for upgrading HID lighting fixtures with the release of the latest generation of energy efficient LED Retrofit Kits. The new family of retrofit kits are the most energy efficient models offered to date, all above 130 lumens/watt and most achieving 150 lumens/watt efficiency.
“Because they are so efficient, they were able to qualify and get approval for DLC Premium,” says Dwayne Kula, president of MyLEDLightingGuide.com. “When comparing our product to the competition, it's not even close. The105 Watt retrofit kit produces more lumens than the competitions 135 Watt retrofit kit. And since the idea of converting over to LED is to save energy, why consume 30 more watts to produce less light? It doesn’t make sense.”
There are a total of 11 models in the fourth generation of LED Retrofit Kits, designed to replace existing Metal Halide, High Pressure Sodium and Mercury Vapor in existing fixtures. The smallest model is a 30W unit producing 4,202 lumens designed to replace 100-150W HID and our largest is 350W producing 47,119 lumens designed to replace 1000W+ HID. And keep in mind, the power consumption of these new retrofit kits is lower than the competition, all while giving off more lumens.
Guiding consumers towards more energy efficient high quality products is the main goal. It is achieved by providing the consumer a superior product when it comes to LED lighting solutions. With the new retrofit kits, we are able to save more energy and create quicker pay backs for the customer.
It is the primary goal at MyLEDLightingGuide.com to help the commercial customers save energy and money by using safe, efficient LED lighting for their facilities. Our goals is to educate the customer with real information about LED Lighting and show them how to convert from their older style lights over to LED. For more product information, check out our LED Retrofit Kits at: http://www.myledlightingguide.com/led-retrofit.