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LED Data Center Lighting


Data center LED lighting

Data centers have a strong fight against heat from all of the servers and electrical currents that anything to reduce the heat output will reduce energy consumption tremendously. With LED, they produce less heat resulting in greater savings.

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Data Center LED Lighting


Whether you own or manage an enclosed mall or a strip mall, investing in shopping mall lighting LEDs at your facility can prove to bring multiple benefits to the operations and growth of the facility.

Since LED brings benefits to any application it is applied to, it is only multiplied when installed at a large scale like the size of a mall. By converting to LEDs in your mall, parking lot, or for security; you will realize the benefits of LED tremendously.

These benefits building will gain with data center LED lighting include things like energy savings up to 75%, increased lifespans up to 2 to 3 times longer, decreased maintenance costs, improved quality of light, and better security for your visitors and property.


Reduced costs

Less heat output

Better safety & security

Reducing data center costs becomes
practical and sustainable with LED.

With energy savings up to 75%, you can
reduce a tremendous amount of
energy consumption.

Also major saving come along with longer lifespans, reduced
maintenance costs
, and rebates.
Data centers play a big battle with heat from all of the servers that generate massive amounts of BTUs.

With LED, they are more efficient in turning their energy input to light over heat, unlike other traditional lighting technologies.

Thus, with LEDs in a data center, cooling costs are reduced and this is one of the major cost savers that LED offers to data centers.


Safety and security is paramount to a successful data center operation.

LED lights offer better lighting and higher contrast; all of which lead to higher security and safety within the data center.

Indoor Data Center Lighting

 
Data center lights indoors are by far the biggest area of concern, especially since heat control is a big factor in maintaining a healthy data center that doesn't overheat. Since data center LED lights output less BTUs by far compared to any other lighting technology, data center operations are able to reduce heat production in their facility, leading to more efficient operations.


Outdoor Data Center Lighting


Outdoor data center lighting can consist of things such as parking lot lights and even wall and entrance lighting. These lights play a much bigger role in safety to employees and visitors, as well as reducing lighting costs and light pollution.

By replacing common technologies that are outdoors with LED, the major savings from energy reductions is tremendous. Additionally, since LEDs are directional they are more efficient at putting light exactly where it is needed, while also reducing light pollution.




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