The primary challenge restaurants face when seeking energy efficient lighting alternatives for their dining rooms is finding an affordable light bulb that dims as well as incandescent.
“Lighting design plays a crucial part in the dining experience that a restaurant offers its customers,” said Bob Sorensen, vice president of marketing of Litetronics. “If a restaurant is dimming its lights to create a specific ambiance, it does not want to sacrifice that atmosphere for the sake of saving energy because customer satisfaction is most important.”
To solve this challenge, Litetronics created the Micro-Brite line of cold cathode light bulbs, which save up to 85% on energy costs and dim to 5% of their light output. The Litetronics cold cathode light bulbs allow restaurants to save energy in existing dimmable fixtures without changing their décor or their customers’ dining experience. Because Litetronics cold cathode light bulbs do not require any additional equipment, restaurant operators do not incur additional costs when switching to Litetronics energy efficient lighting.
Sorensen also noted, “Many of the restaurant operators that have switched to Litetronics cold cathode light bulbs were unhappy with the alternative energy-saving lighting products. Standard dimmable CFLs didn’t dim as low as they needed, and LEDs were too expensive. Micro-Brite light bulbs offer restaurants the performance and dimmability they need at a price they can afford.”
The Litetronics Micro-Brite light bulbs are available in a variety of wattages and shapes to allow restaurants to replace virtually any light bulb in their dining rooms with an energy efficient alternative. Dimmable cold cathode light bulbs are currently available in 5 and 8 watts, and a brand new 15-watt cold cathode bulb that replaces a 60-watt incandescent will be available in January. Available shapes include A19, reflectors, globes, and candle bulbs.
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