Amerlux’s Passo step lights “uses significantly less energy than traditional fluorescent lamps”
May 23, 2018 — Amerlux’s weatherproof Passo step lights feature an LED core that uses “significantly less energy than traditional fluorescent lamps,” the company says, and a sealed LED optical chamber that eliminates the cost of labour associated with burnt-out, water-infiltrated light sources.
Each luminaire is available in a choice of two output levels, and a standard 0-10V dimmable drive provides integration options with controls, to increase the LED lamp’s energy reduction and savings.
Passo’s retrofit models are designed to replace the step lights already installed, while Pasos models made for new construction projects feature an injection moulded PVC housing with integral machined brass anchor blocks that ensure protection against corrosive environments.
Prince Edward Island extends energy efficiency rebates to small businessesAugust 3, 2018 — Now available to the commercial sector,…
Brookfield Infrastructure to acquire Enercare for $4.3 billionAugust 3, 2018 — Enercare Inc. and Brookfield Infrastructure have…
Manitoba Hydro working to correct inaccurately estimated billsAugust 3, 2018 — Manitoba Hydro says it is taking…
Ontario introduces legislation to end cap-and-trade “carbon tax” eraAugust 3, 2018 —Ontario Minister of the Environment Rod Phillips…
2018 ASHRAE Building Performance Analysis Conference and Simbuild
September 26-28, 2018
AESP 2019 Annual Conference & Expo
January 21-24, 2019