Lunera Lighting Inc. announces that the Susan Lamp is an Interior Lighting category winner in the fifth annual Product Innovation Awards (PIA). The Susan Lamp is designed with innovative electronics that enable it to operate directly off of existing metal halide ballasts, making an upgrade to LED lighting simple.
“With the ability to retrofit high-wattage metal halide lamps without bypassing the ballast, this innovation from Lunera makes a retrofit easier and more affordable,” comments a PIA judge.
By bringing energy-efficient LED technology to high-bay applications in the form of an LED lamp, the Susan Lamp makes it easy to replace 400-, 250- and 175-watt metal halide lamps. Designed to deliver equivalent light levels at a fraction of the power used by a metal halide lamp, the Susan Lamp eliminates excessive power consumption as well as rapid lumen depreciation inherent with metal halide lamps.
“We appreciate this award; it validates our commitment to plug-and-play LED technology. With the Susan Lamp, our customers receive a simple, reliable and valuable solution for their high bay lighting applications. The elegant design of the Susan Lamp makes upgrading to LED lighting as easy as changing a light bulb,” says Tom Quinn, Lunera vice president of sales and marketing.
Lunera’s BallastLED technology leverages existing fixtures and ballasts with no conversion expense. Simply screw the lamp into an existing metal halide fixture and the instant-on lighting works well with occupancy-sensing controls.
Designed for long-duty cycles, the Susan Lamp reduces lighting energy consumption by more than 60 percent. As a plug-and-play solution for E39 or EX39 sockets, the Susan Lamp eliminates four metal halide replacement cycles throughout its 50,000-hour lifespan for ongoing maintenance savings.
“When it comes to LED retrofits, Lunera is committed to providing our customers with products that are simple to install, reliable to operate and valuable to own,” Quinn adds.