Induction or LED?

Smithtown's 11,600 high-pressure sodium (HPS) streetlights represented almost half the town's annual electricity bill. Although the initial investment is two to three times greater than HPS and one-and-a-half to two times that of induction, LED technology requires less energy per mile of road to meet illumination-performance requirements. Town Supervisor Pat Vecchio estimates a six-year payback on converting to LED. Photo: BetaLED


LED luminaires are light-emitting diode chip packages mounted to a circuit board. Likep this LEDway, BetaLED's have a patented refractor that directs light onto specific targets and are mounted on a light bar that's available in 10-LED increments from 20 to 120 as well as in multiple drive currents and1 o optical configurations. Photo: BetaLED

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