Products, Materials & Tools | Sep 09, 2013

One Year Payback with the New Residential LED Street Light from Excellence Optoelectronic

E-lite star™, a registered brand of Excellence Optoelectronics Inc.(EOI) for all outdoor and industrial LED lighting products, has just announced today the new residential LED streetlight SL3c series with the promise of delivering payback in one year and up to 65% in energy savings. The SL3c luminaire has 28 W and 38 W that can replace 70 W to 100 W equivalence of high pressure sodium (HPS) fixtures. Combined with the fact that it only weighs 12 lbs and has an output of 2940~3990 lm., it is now the right time for municipalities, small or big cities, utilities, and private owners to consider switching to LED lighting.

Low cost, light-weight, efficient, and high in energy savings, the SL3c series only uses the best quality components, driver, optical, materials, and die cast aluminum to deliver a quality finish from top to bottom. “EOI will not replace quality over lowering cost,” says Fanny Huang, the president and CEO of Excellence Optoelectronics Inc.

The e-lite star™ roadway lighting products is well known for its thermal technologies that can withstand heat even operating in extreme environmental temperatures such as the ones installed in Arizona. Heat generated must be dissipated to improve reliability and prevent premature failure. It is only with great heat dissipation capability that the luminaire could have a longer lifespan.

The new roadway lighting will be display at the IES Street and Area Lighting Conference (SALC) at booth #39 in Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona from September 8-11, 2013. Excellence Opto, Inc., as a manufacturer of solid-state lighting (SSL) energy saving products since 1995, continuously make products based on quality and performance, with a relatively competitive pricing. This new residential SL3c LED lighting will begin its production in the 4th quarter of 2013.

Earlier this year, e-lite star™ SL2 LED streetlight, won the Recognized Award from the Next Generation Luminaire (NGL) 2012 outdoor lighting competition hosted by U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America and the International Association of Lighting Designers. The SL2 LED roadway has earned its recognition for its performance, quality, tool-less maintenance, and its luminaire efficacy to deliver good quality illumination to roadway. The SL2 streetlights has been installed in several cities in North America.

Along with SL3c series, Excellence Opto, Inc. will also be exhibiting new products such as barn and area lighting at the IES Street and Area Lighting Conference (SALC). Besides streetlights, EOI also have other products such as wall packs for security and outdoor applications, and bay lighting for warehouse and gymnasium lighting. Be sure to visit EOI at booth # 39!

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