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Frequently Asked Questions
An LED lighting conversion usually includes three types of solutions: complete replacement of the existing fixtures, retrofit of existing fixtures with LED lights, or simple plug-compatible bulb replacements. For each of these, the existing wiring and power can often be used. Depending on the situation, we will adapt accordingly the installation as needed to assure the LED fixtures match your site electrical systems. Greenmax is able to provide a solution to match your needs.
When you're looking for LED lighting, another thing to consider is the colour of the light. Depending on where the light lands on the colour temperature spectrum, lights can be of all colours: red, yellow, green, blue and shades of white. The shades of white range from warm to cool white. The lower the colour temperature, the more yellow your white light will appear. If the light is higher on the colour temperature scale, it will appear to cast a cool, bluish hue. Greenmax specifies LED lighting colour temperature scales: warm white 2,800-3,200k and cool white 6,000-6,500k.
I want to convert the lighting in my building to LED lighting. How much does it cost? How fast can I expect payback?
The business case is variable depending upon a number of factors applicable to your building. Important variables include cost of electricity, hours of usage, maintenance costs, new facility or renovation works. LED lights save 50-80% energy over energy-saving CFL, incandescent or halogen lights. In Singapore, replacement to LED lights can provide payback from the electricity savings of 1.3 years. There are additional savings from lower maintenance and air conditioning costs. Greenmax provides 2-years warranty for LED lights. Therefore, you get guaranteed savings; see more.
LED Lights can be designed to be dimmable. Your ability to dim LED is a function of the specific lighting fixture you choose.
An LED light does not burn out like a standard lamp, so individual diodes do not need to be replaced. Instead, the diodes gradually produce lower output levels over a very long period of time. A 1.2 meter LED tube has 288 LEDs, if one LED fails, it does not produce a complete fixture outage.