Induction Lighting Technology

Induction lighting is an emerging technology that is energy efficient and environment-friendly. The elimination of filaments or electrodes results in a lamp of unmatched durability of 100,000 hours lamp life. Practically maintenance-free, the induction lighting offers substantial savings in direct maintenance costs, while eliminating the inconvenience and indirect costs due to service interruption for relamping works. Other advantages of the Solara Induction Lighting System include reduced energy and maintenance costs, high color rendering, high reliability and lower lumens depreciation.

AMKO Solara Profile

AMKO Solara Lighting Co. Ltd, has been serving in the energy-efficient lighting space since 2005. It is one of the world’s leading businesses promoting induction lighting and smart control systems. Led by innovation and a focus on building core competitive advantage through next generation technology, AMKO introduced its exclusive ONID-TA photocatalyst solution and Nanoflex technology that enhance lighting output with self-cleaning mechanism and special reflective material.

AMKO Solara is committed to improving the quality of life, advancing global sustainability, and stimulating economic growth through technology and capital deployment.

Main Features of SOLARA Induction Lighting

  • Long service life: rated life (IESNA) of 100,000 hours; 60.000 hours MTBF design
  • Energy Savings: save up to 40% compared to metal halides, 13x more efficient than incandescent light bulbs, and up to 2x more efficient than CFLs
  • High Lumen Maintenance: >70% at 60,000 hours, 65% at 100,000 hours
  • Instant ON/OFF: No wait time between re-strike
  • High Efficiency: Lighting efficiency up to 90lm/w
  • Flexible Voltage Range: Rated voltage +/- 20%, wattage deviation within 3%
  • Wide Selection of Color Temperature: 2100K to 2700K
  • High Power Factor Ballast: 0.95, active power factor correction (PFC)
  • Low Total Harmonic Distortion: THD less than 10%
  • Flicker-Free: High frequency (250KHz) creates a better and more comfortable light for users and prevents eye injury when viewed directly
  • Input Voltage: 120V to 277V
  • Wide Ambient Temperature Tolerance: Can operate between -24degC to +40degC, customized bulb to operate at -40degC
  • Optional Dimmable Ballast for Integrated Control: Linearly dimmable to 30% at 1% increments
  • Branded Quality Components: Electronic ballast, magnet core, heat sink, and fixture from Taiwan; phosphor powder from Japan; vacuum sputtering reflector coating from Singapore; high reflective & diffusive optical reflector coating from Hong Kong and Japan
  • Advance Design to Optimize Performance: Optics design for reflector and lens covers, PCB-designed with JET standards and thermal management in mind, quality IP ratings
  • Certification and Accreditation: CE, UL, RoHS, CCC, CNS, C-Tick, EN55015, CISPR 15
  • Eco-friendly Product: Amalgam adopted, 99% recyclable


  • Principle of Operation: Induction Lighting
    The technology deployed in the induction lighting system combines the basic principles of electro-magnetic induction and gas discharge to create a light bulb with no filaments or electrodes. The elimination of electrodes results in a lamp of unmatched durability. (See illustration below). Rated at 100,000 hours, this system will outlast 100 incandescent or 4 HID (MH or HPS) or fluorescent lamp changes. With a virtually zero maintenance requirement, the induction lighting system offers substantial savings in direct maintenance costs, while eliminating the inconvenience and indirect costs due to service interruption for maintenance work.

    Internal and External Induction Lighting

     

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    APPLICATIONS

    • Warehouse
    • Supermarkets
    • Gas Stations
    • Retail Showrooms
    • Exhibit halls
    • Billboards
    • Buildings
    • Parks/Parking Lots
    • Pools/Tennis Courts
    • Plazas
    • Shopping Malls
    • Outlets
    • City Halls
    • Historic Areas
    • Wall Paths
    • Offices
    • Schools
    • Hotels
    • Museums
    • Hospitals
    • Highways
    • Public Entrances
    • Off – Street Areas
    • Roadside
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