Our 2 local small-town arenas are converted to LED.
.. another advantage is the instant-On - the old metal halide
lights would take about 10 or 15 minutes to come back on
after a power blip ..
" " Staff budgeted $40,000. in the 2014 Recreation Capital budget to
replace the metal halide lighting in both arenas with T-5
fluorescents. This could easily be completed within the budgeted
amount. Staff feels it would be beneficial to upgrade to LEDs by
going over the budgeted amount by approximately $16,000.00. The
savings in maintenance energy costs due to dimming control,
increased light levels, would recover this extra expenditure in
approximately 5 years " "
I guess this along the lines of my dick is bigger than yours...
If you add more and brighter led arrays it gets brighter-hmmm brilliant.
Why not take it to JFK airport and show it to the incoming flights? Better
than a laser. Oren could have used that for prison breaks, except he's
retired and didn't have any. Used that for the upstate NY crud. Maybe need
that in lighthouses and communications towers everywhere. Especially near
observatories. On naval vessels. For use in shining your obnoxious neighbors
windows. Deer spotting. The list is endless.
Just don't get Stumped involved.
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