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Recycling Designed to Fit Your Needs

Global lights and fixtures are 100% recyclable. With our corporate partner Veolia, an internationally respected recycling firm, we offer full EPA documentation to guarantee your company is in legal compliance and a good corporate citizen.

For customers that accumulate more than one pallet of waste, Global Induction Lighting US offers a customized, large quantity recycling program around you. Our recycling programs are completely turn-key and can include packaging, transportation, tracking documents, processing and written documentation that details what materials were recycled in accordance with environmental regulations. Details of our large quantity recycling services include:

  • Designed for larger quantities usually resulting from re-lamp and retrofit projects, large quantity generators, large facilities or consolidators. 
  • Quantities are priced per unit – lamps per linear foot, lamps per each, ballast per pound, etc. 
  • Pricing may include transportation fee when minimum quantities are met. 
  • Packaging is available. 
  • We can help get you set up!

For more information, visit the Veolia web site.


Solar Light Model SL-3101 Scotopic/Photopic Meter

Understanding the differences in visual efficiency of light sources is vital to providing the most effective illuminated environment. As well as providing an optimum illumination level as perceived by the human eye, it also provides huge opportunities for energy savings.

Traditionally, lighting was measured as watts/area without considering how useful this energy was in terms of the illumination (lumens) it provided. The general consensus was more watts meant better lighting. This metric does not accurately reflect human perceptions of full field of view visual acuity. It does not take into account spectral or quality features of luminaire design or layout.

In order to better understand this shift in traditional thinking, it is important to consider the mechanisms involved in the visual process. Radiation reaching the human retina is absorbed by photo pigments in cells called rods and cones. Rods contain only one pigment, rhodopsin, which has a peak spectral sensitivity at 507nm. They are extremely sensitive to light, producing a spectral sensation known as the Scotopic sensitivity. Cones contain 3 pigments and are responsible for color vision. They are less sensitive to light with peak sensitivity at 555nm. They have a spectral sensation known as Photopic sensitivity. Research has shown that under normal field of view conditions, rod vision is dominant in determining visual acuity and brightness perception, and this is a result of smaller pupil size created by the eye in response to light sources with a spectral output close to the Scotopic Sensitivity Curve, peaking at 555nm.

The use of S/P ratios more accurately depict the real world performance of the Human Visual Response system, and ensure levels of dark adaptation (pupil size) are maintained. To produce the most efficient and effective lighting environment, measurement of all these parameters must be considered. The SL-3101 is designed to effectively provide this information using its on-board calculation capabilities.

For more information, visit the Solar Light web site.

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