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WHS Honored for Lighting Switch

Posted by: pprpipe on: July 23, 2010

WHS Honored for Lighting Switch
The Wilton, Read on for a guide to light dimmerCT School System was recently honored An optic isolator, or optical diode, is an optical component which allows the transmission of light in only one direcfor the school’s conversion to more energy-saving, “green” lighting by F&M Electric Supply.

Officials from F &M Electric and plastic card Systems is a leader in plastic ID card and badge printing technology,Osram Sylvania presented the “Energy Savings” plaque to Wilton School Facilities Manager Sean O’Toole to officially recognize and commend the school system for its recent decision to convert the lights in their school’s parking lots from HID (High Intensity Discharge) to LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting using the Sylvania LED retro fit kits. Doing so will Using promotional usb can have serious consequences for the user and for others.cut their energy consumption more than 50%.

LED lamps last much longer than traditional light bulbs. According to Fil Cerminara, President of F&M Electric, a traditional light The Cable Ties are sold really fast among the celebrities.bulb may have a life span of 2,000 hours, whereas an LED lamp can last as much as 30,000 to 50,000 hours. He noted, “LED lighting is far better on energy without sacrificing light output or quality.”

The Wilton School system’s conversion to LED encompassed all their parking lot lights.

“We congratulate Sean O’Toole, Facilities Manager at the Wilton Schools, and the school system for their forward-thinking approach to energy conservation through lighting,” said Cerminara. “With school systems throughout Connecticut and New York looking for ways to conserve on energy, this is one way with a quick payback and far-reaching benefits.”

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