Friday, November 9, 2012

WSRM---LEDlights will come to equipped integrated control like PHILIPS,OSRAM,CREE!

WSRM--- LEDlights (DOWNlights/PANELlights/TUBElights/BULBlights/)will soon come equipped with integrated controls like as PHLIPS,OSRAM,CREE!
As your know,LED lights is a trend and can't be reversed in the world.cos the advantage is outstand to use LEDlights to replace traditional lights,customers will likely prefer LEDs because of their greater energy efficiency and longer lifespan.LEDs use 50 percent less energy than fluorescents, and no maintained fee. estimates it can save commercial developers between 50 cents and $1 per foot per year in operating expenses, while helping them get higher lease rates, increasing their overall net operating income.
it's more energy efficient than fluorescents, but it's also more expensive. And for commercial buildings, a higher upfront cost — even if it makes a return on investment over time — can be hard to overcome. so some patient cusotmer is thinking of it ,hesitate to buy LEDlights to replace their traditional lights

   Most of our customer today talk about payback, or how long it takes to make up the higher upfront costs in lower energy bills.they hope  LEDs come to the same price as fluorescents .but ist possible in the nearly future?
I think it’s impossible to  satisfy customer wholely .cos the LEDchips and aluminum material and other's cost can'nt reduce in the nearly future,and the LEDlights price will keep the relative high than tradional lights in the nearly future.maybe it's can low to traditional lights cost along with LED technology's development.
how to solve this question and let customer surely consider is value to use LEDlights.
 we can find aonther way to reduce customer’s cost and close to customer’s expectation in our ability right now.
.WSRM is planing to integrate wireless lighting controls into our LED fixtures so it won’t need to be installed separately,
 The main advantage of combining the fixtures and controls is that it cuts manufacturing costs. we expects to sell the integrated LED lights at prices competitive with that of equivalent fluorescent lights plus controls.


We’re effectively bringing price parity to that discussion,If the companies are indeed able to offer a comparable price to fluorescents, it’s definitely a big deal, Right now, what’s holding LEDs back from taking over is the price aspect. As it is, LEDs are blowing up, while fluorescents are declining, if you include both the light fixtures and the controls – Integrated controls also make the fixtures easier and less expensive to install, and bring additional energy savings. LEDs use 50 percent of the energy of fluorescents, and control strategies – no matter what the light source – can cut the amount of electricity spent on lighting by 60-70 percent.
Of course you save the most energy when the lights are off, But you can’t turn the lights off all the time, because of productivity. If you only have two choices – all on or all off – you’re not reaping the benefits of energy savings in between. This allows you to save energy even when the lights are on.
By combining LEDs with wireless controls, we hope to take a big chunk out of commercial energy costs. Lighting is the largest consumer of electricity in buildings, accounting for approximately 40 percent of the average electricity usage.
WSRM plan to ship the first two integrated products PANELlights and DOWNlights as soon as possible ,


Integrated controls represent a natural progression for the industry, A lot of companies are starting to integrate with other technologies. It’s just more efficient to have them integrated.Right now, integration is a way for companies to stand out amid growing industry competition, But in the next five years, we expects control-integrated LEDs will become more commonplace. That will likely grow the overall market for LEDs, but is less likely to give any one company a significant advance in the long-term.

If embedding controls offers so many benefits, why aren’t fluorescent bulb manufacturers also doing it – and reaping the same savings? It’s easier to integrate controls into LED lights, which are electronic, than into fluorescents. It makes a whole lot more sense with LEDs, put it, Anytime something’s in a digital format, it wants to be controlled; it’s easy to control.
WSRM is'nt  alone in its move to integrate controls. some big company in the world like as PHILIPS,OSRAM,CREE all has announced it is developing integrated LEDs and began selling .

Compared to fluorescents without controls, of course, LEDs are still more expensive. But energy efficiency has been a growing priority for commercial builders,, we expects lighting controls to become more commonplace in commercial properties over the next five years. It’s definitely a trend in the industry and something on the minds of commercial builders.


Separately, WSRM has seen a growing number of property managers invest in LEDs and in digital controls, respectively. New building codes are driving some of this investment, as well as the desire to attract more tenants., for example, commercial buildings must meet a “daylight harvesting” requirement to make use of natural light. For buildings without lighting controls, that might involve turning whole lamps on or off, which doesn’t make for a good user experience, , calling continuous dimming a more “elegant” solution.
With the new integrated products, buyers would still have to install any sensors or manual controls – like dimmer switches – that they want. But they wouldn’t have to install dimming ballasts or other equipment to the fixtures to make the lights dimmable and controllable. There’s an extra box that you typically have to get installed in the fixture, but now you don’t because that component has been integrated into the fixture itself,Users would be able to program lights to automatically turn on and off when people are in the room, to adjust light levels to the amount of daylight coming into a room and to turn on and off or dim at different times via the Internet. With WSRM---LIGHTS, users will be able to control the uplight – or the light directed upward toward the ceiling – separately from the downlight – the light directed downward toward cubicles or work stations – so that, if an employee leaves, that light can be turned off without affecting the entire room, Because the integrated lights will also be able to send digital information back and forth, building owners and managers will be able to get more information about energy consumption than they could with separate controls today, All that information would also make it easier for companies to participate in utility demand-response programs, in which they agree to use less electricity when needed to avoid a power outage in exchange for lower electricity rates.
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