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Realize as much as 75% in Energy Cost Savings with GlacialLight's LED Spotlight - PCSTATS.com Realize as much as 75% in Energy Cost Savings with GlacialLight's LED Spotlight
Thu, Feb 17 2011 | 3:13PM | Filed under: Web News| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

www.pcstats.comGlacialLight, a sub-division of the experienced technology manufacturer GlacialTech Inc., is excited to announce a new product for indoor and outdoor use. The GL Procyon Series-Flood Light (SP100W-CW/WW), using only 100W of power, provides the equivalent amount of light as a 400W mercury lamp. GlacialLight's new lighting solution is designed for use in Architectural Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Spot Lighting, Security Lighting, Parking Lot Lighting, Construction Lighting, Park Lighting, Stadium Lighting, Public Place Lighting, as well as other indoor and outdoor settings.

With a life-time of more than 20,000 hrs (more than six times as long as the average mercury lamp life-time) and an energy savings rate of 75% over mercury lamps, users such as a car dealer could reduce his monthly lighting bill by simply replacing his car lot mercury lamps with GlacialLight's GL-SP100 Procyon Series LED spotlights. Moreover, this car dealer would also realize a reduction of his CO2 emissions from 1,120kgs per year to 284kgs per year for each spotlight used. In short, GlacialLight's GL-SP100 Procyon Series LED spotlights are both environmentally and business friendly.

With no warm-up time required as well as very low heat emission levels, the all-new Procyon Series - GL-SP100 LED spotlights have no harmful UV or IR radiation emissions and operate at power efficiency levels of greater than 80%. Taking an AC power source input voltage of 100-240V, these LED spotlights can operate in temperatures ranging from -20°C to +40°C and be positioned with a beam angle of 30º or 60º as desired. Dust-proof and able to withstand high-powered jets of water, GlacialLight's GL-SP100 Procyon Series LED spotlights are perfect for indoor or outdoor applications. Offering a 2 year warranty, GlacialLight stands behind the quality of each GL-SP100 Procyon Series they manufacture.

Specifications
Power Consumption: 100W
Input Voltage: 100-277VAC
Luminous Flux (lm): 5,060lm(CW)/4,000lm(WW)
Luminous Efficacy: 50lm/W(CW)/40lm/W(WW)
Operating Temp. Range: -20°C to +40°C
CCT: 3000K(WW)/6000K(CW)
CRI: >80(WW)/>70(CW)
Beam Angle: 30º/60º
Warranty: 2 years

GL-SP100 Procyon Series LED Spotlight Features
For indoor/outdoor use
Low power consumption – energy-saving green product
Power conversion efficiency > 90%
Power factor > 0.98 at 115VAC; Power factor > 0.95 at 230VAC
Lifetime > 20,000 hrs
Eco-friendly: RoHS Compliant
No UV, no IR, & no mercury
IP65 dust proof
Cool operating temperature & no warm-up

Design of LED lighting products is based on three core technologies including electrical design (LED drivers), mechanical design (cooling devices), and optical design (lamp holders), respectively performed by GlacialPower, GlacialTech, and GlacialLight in the GlacialTech family. With the three core technologies in hand, GlacialTech has integrated all the resources required for exceptional designs and manufactures excellent LED lighting products you can trust.

Business software left the office and moved into the home long ago. If you've ever lost the password to Word, ZIP or PDF file in misguided attempt to protect data from prying eyes, this guide to Decrypting Document and File Passwords is a life saver. PCSTATS Tips

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