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LED Track Lighting

Project Number ET14SCE1140 Organization SCE End-use Lighting Sector Commercial Project Year(s) 2014 - 2018
This project will evaluate dedicated LED track lighting systems, which do not allow for conversion to other source types. Additionally, the use of LED screw-base lamps for use with traditional track lighting, current limiting devices and phase-cut dimming controls will be evaluated at both line and low voltage solutions.
Project Results
On behalf of SCE, the CLTC at the University of California, Davis, evaluated the commercial availability and potential of Light-Emitting Diode (LED) sources for track lighting to reduce peak electricity demand and energy use in retail spaces. The goal of this project was to evaluate the two main approaches of using LED technologies in existing track-lighting applications: 1. Replacing screw-base halogen lamps in existing track-lighting luminaires with screw-base LED replacement lamps. 2. Replacing screw-base halogen lamps in existing track-lighting luminaires with LED track-lighting luminaires (dedicated LED sources that cannot be replaced with other light sources). The evaluation criteria included luminous, energy, and economic performance, using halogen track-lighting luminaires as the performance baseline.
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