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Application Gallery - Outdoor


Smart Lighting is proud to introduce its array of Outdoor Lighting products!

The US Department Of Energy (DOE) has conducted analysis on the benefits of retrofitting HPS and Metal Halide lights in parking lot and street light applications with LEDs. They concluded that LED lights that produced the same or better brightness were still 70% more efficient than HPS and Metal Halide lights.

A better alternative…

Smart Lighting's Daylight 200 Series Outdoor LEDs are an innovative retrofit designed to allow you to save up to 80% on your outdoor lighting bill.

Smart Lighting's 50-100-200 Series Outdoor LEDs

  • Retrofit 175W thru 1,000W High Pressure Sodium or Metal Halide High Intensity Discharge (HID) fixtures
  • Available in 50W, 100W and 200W lamps
  • Available in easy "plug and play" installation
  • Employ a revolutionary process that allows our bulbs to maintain consistent temperatures inside most existing fixtures

Experience Significant Savings

The Smart Lighting 200 Series LEDs will save our customers over 80% post-retrofit in lighting and bulb replacement costs. Over 5 years, our Daylight 200 customers can save over $2,400 per lamp.

Original Fixture Type
          versus
SmatrLighting Retrofit
Watts
Used
Total
KW/
Year
Total
Electric
Cost/
Year
Annual
Bulb
Replace-
ment
Savings
per
Year
Savings 5-Year
Savings
on 1 bulb
1000W Metal Halide
Daylight 200
1080
200
4324
799
$519
$96
$65
-
$488
84%
$2,440
400W Metal Halide
Daylight 100
430
100
1722
399
$207
$48
$55
-
$214
82%
$1,068
250W Metal Halide
Daylight 50
280
50
1121
200
$135
$24
$45
-
$156
87%
$778
Data assumes an electricity price of $0.12/KWh and standard outdoor lamp usage of 11 hours per day, 7 days a week per lamp

Other Benefits

  • 5-year limited warranty: The Smart Lighting Daylight Series LED features a 5 year limited warranty* covering the LED array.
  • Made in the USA: Our LEDs are proudly manufactured in San Diego, California.

More resources:

Below are links to DOE white papers for a major street light project in San Francisco and a parking lot in New Hampshire.