LED Lighting for School Classrooms | e-conolight

Efficient and effective LED lighting has been shown to benefit students and teachers alike. LEDs can help decrease headaches, eye strain and stress that may occur throughout the school day, helping to improve student and teacher productivity. Lasting up to 5 times longer than HID products, e-conolight's LED products are low maintenance, easy to install and can help save on budgetary expenses. Click here to see how e-conolight can help increase comfort and productivity in the classroom.

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Educational Lighting
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Emergency
Improve your facility scheduling, planning, and general operations management with LED Downlights. Ideal for back-of-house offices and meeting rooms, downlights emit crisp white light that reduces eye strain and headaches, enhancing productivity and reducing energy costs by as much as 85%.
LED area lighting provides evenly distributed light across your parking lot, increasing the safety of those underneath them. Brighter light helps security staff monitor incoming traffic, plus read license plates or any forms of identification.
Featuring over 100,000 hours of maintenance-free operation, e-conolight LED high bays offer uniform lighting that emits no heat, which means less cooling costs for a facility. Install these in any large, open area with high ceilings.
Maintenance-free and easy to install in your back-of-house offices, e-conolight LED flat panels provide smooth and even light from inside a low-profile design. Productivity increases, while energy costs plummet by as much as 80%.
LED bollards emit crisp and even white light that help increase safety along pathways by allowing easy identification of suspicious activity.
Reliable LED exit and emergency lights above doorways make it easy to identify exit and entry points, especially in the event of a hazard.

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