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Lighting energy bill reduction by up to 65%
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Lighting energy bill reduction by up to 65%

Hospitals can reduce their lighting energy bill by up to 65% by replacing fluorescent lighting in wards, operating theatres, consulting rooms, kitchens, waiting rooms, corridors and other areas with SMART Goodlight G5 LED battens from LED Eco Lights. Energy-efficient LED lighting can make a significant difference to an NHS Trust budget, as hospitals are operational 24 hours a day. Good and appropriate lighting is essential in all areas whenever they are operational, providing bright, clear visibility in treatment rooms and wards and soft and soothing light to waiting and other areas.

Goodlight G5 battens now feature SMART Sensor, a built-in RF wireless sensor which allows full control of the luminaire. The sensor not only allows the luminaire to respond directly to occupancy, motion and light levels, but also allows it to communicate with other grouped luminaires. G5 LED battens can be grouped together, with one master controlling the behaviour of multiple slaves.

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