Fluorescent Savings Calculator

Fluorescent Savings Calculator

Energy savings, environmental consciousness, light levels... With so many factors to consider, it is not always easy to find out which lamp and ballast system is right for you. GE's Linear Fluorescent System Guide helps you select which solution maximizes the benefits which are the most important to you.

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Value Light

Compare different lighting systems, their costs, and recommended alternatives with our sophisticated ValueLight software.

This program is available to GE Partners, Distributors and Agents.  It can be accessed from Elitenet for Lighting (click below) or by contacting your GE Sales Rep.

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GE Light*Beams 3.0

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A powerful lighting design aid for GE directional reflector lamps. Included is a complete database of IES files for legacy GE products. However, IES files for any of the newer products can be opened and used with this program. A directory of IES files can also be dragged into the data folder of this program.

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If you currently have Light Beams installed on your computer,
you may need to uninstall it before installing the new version.

IES / Photometric Downloads


Our photometric files include measurements of light and related light quantities, available in the following product categories:

  • Halogen
  • Incandescent
  • High Intensity Discharge (HID)
  • Compact Fluorescent
  • Sealed Beam
  • LED

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GE Picogram Project Tracker

Your source for picogram project calculations

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  • Find out your project's lamp mercury picogram rating.
  • See how many LEED® certification points you can qualify for by incorporating GE products into your project.
  • Store your projects for future reference.

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Spectral Power Distribution Curves

Spectral Power Distribution Curves

Spectral Power Distribution Curves (SPD) provide the user with a visual profile of the color characteristics of a light source.

They show the radiant power emitted by the source at each wavelength or band of wavelengths over the visible region (380 to 760 nm).

Spectral Power Distribution Curves