Solar-powered LED Luminaire - Energy Bank - Facility Management Product Release
FUSION harnesses solar power to directly energize LED fixtures in commercial/industrial applications.FUSION puts the power of the sun into illuminating a facility by using the DC power output from solar panels to directly energize LED fixtures, eliminating the conversion process from DC to AC back to DC. This allows businesses to reduce lighting operating costs to nearly zero during a portion of the day during peak utility rates.
When electricity is at its most expensive FUSION LED luminaries use solar power, and not electricity, to operate. During daylight hours, FUSION can provide all or a majority of light from solar power while maintaining a desired light level set point. No power or only minimal power from the utility is used.
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