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High Bay cuts carbon with HEP

12 December 2012

The new Alvara High Bay luminaire has the potential to reduce the energy consumption of high bay lighting by 75%.

The new Alvara High Bay luminaire, part of the new Alvara product range from Ceravision, incorporating the company's high efficiency plasma (HEP) technology, has the potential to reduce the energy consumption of high bay lighting installations by 75%.

Alvara is an innovative product that, compared to high intensity discharge (HID) lamps, is more efficient and delivers the lumen output (minimum 96 lm/system watt) to replace, on average, two traditional high bay fittings.

The quality of the light is also improved (4,500K,CRI 80+), with faster start up and double the lamp life. Alvara fittings are also dimmable (30-100% linear dimming), using Ceravision's intelligent operating system.
 
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