High Pressure Sodium Lamps
An environmentally friendly solution, GE Ecolux® High Pressure Sodium (HPS) Lamps deliver low operating costs and energy-efficient performance. They pass the EPA Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure Test (TCLP), substantially lowering disposal costs.
ECOLUX® Medium Base HPS Lamps
GE Ecolux Medium Base HPS Lamps provide the same long life and outstanding efficiency as standard HPS lamps, with the added benefit of TCLP compliance. Ecolux® lamps feature reduced mercury levels and a lead-free base. This translates into lower disposal costs in addition to lower maintenance costs. In addition, Ecolux Medium Base HPS Lamps fit standard HPS medium base sockets. No new ballasts or fixtures are needed.
GE Ecolux® Standby XL Lamps
GE Ecolux® Standby XL Lamps feature a dual arc tube design with a life of 40,000 hours, 67% longer than standard HPS lamps. By significantly increasing the maintenance interval, this longer rated life reduces fixture relamping costs. GE Ecolux® Standby XL Lamps are a highly efficient alternative, delivering up to 125 lumens per watt.
Their second arc tube also assures that critical lighting applications will stay lit, even after momentary power outages. This second tube illuminates instantly, increasing to full light output in less than two minutes..
In addition, GE Ecolux® Standby XL Lamps are environmentally friendly. They are TCLP-compliant, substantially lowering disposal costs. And they're a straightforward replacement for standard HPS lamps. They fit standard HPS sockets—no new wiring, no new ballasts, and no new fixtures required.
ECOLUX® NC™ Non-Cycling, Low Mercury HPS Lamps
Not only are ECOLUX® NC™ Non-Cycling, Low Mercury HPS Lamps environmentally friendly, but they can help you control maintenance costs. Compared to standard HPS lamps, they have between 56% and 93% less mercury.
And unlike standard lamps, Ecolux NC Lamps simply die rather than cycle on and off as they approach their end of life. By making it easier to spot lamps needing replacement, they can help you can reduce maintenance service trips, cutting labor costs by $20 per lamp in a typical street-lighting system.
Even better, the popular 100- and 400-watt types feature 6% and 11% higher initial lumens respectively than standard lamps.