Smart LED Lighting Installation & Retrofit

Sysnet Installation of Net-centric Energy Efficient LED Lighting for Technology and Security Requirements…

As a experienced cyber security firm providing new and emerging technology to a broad spectrum of customers with very vertical and unique tasks, Sysnet’s visionary leadership saw long range energy benefit of the emerging of LED technology to be a suitable future platform for our technical support expertise.

Light Emitting Diode (LED) commercial lighting and municipal traffic signal components have become an efficient and effective hardware alternative to traditional incandescent signals. The two main advantages of LED signals are- very low power consumption (10 W to 22 W) and very long life, as high as 7 to 10 years. These advantages have rendered dramatic financial cost savings on our clientele and Sysnet has made a corporate commitment to follow and support this technology as it becomes more robust, stable and popular with our federal, state, local and commercial customers

When compared with the typical energy needs of an incandescent bulb, which is 135 Watts, the savings resulting from the low energy usage of LED signals can be as high as 93%. In addition to the low energy usage, the long life of LED signals means low maintenance costs, which makes LED signals a worthwhile investment and also environment- friendly.

Benefits of LED Signals
  • Elimination of catastrophic failures. Unlike an incandescent bulb which has only one filament, an LED signal is made out of a matrix of several dozen LEDs.
  • The signal continues to function even if several of these miniature diodes stop working.
  • On the other hand, when the filament of an incandescent bulb fails, the display goes dark requiring immediate replacement.
  • LED signals are brighter compared to incandescent traffic signals, which enhances intersection safety.
  • Sysnet uses Incandescent traffic signals use reflectors behind the bulbs for many of the forthcoming municipal traffic light signal requirements.
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