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But while they drew some praise for driving the shadows from city streets, the orange lights always have had their critics. Tribune architecture critic Paul Gapp called the lights “a city-wide orange abomination,” and the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects and others crusaded against them, to no avail.
Since the large-scale adoption of sodium vapor lights in the United States and elsewhere, studies have been done showing that they can hamper police identification of suspects because they decrease people’s ability to tell one color from another, because they make everything look orange at night.
The city estimated in 1973 that converting to sodium vapor lights throughout the city would save about $125,000 a year in electricity and maintenance costs -- or about $635,000 in today’s dollars -- by converting about half its 182,500 lights to sodium vapor. Adjusted for inflation, that’s almost exactly how much the city hopes to save by converting just 16,000 lights this year.
The change also is estimated to decrease carbon dioxide emissions by about 15,000 metric tons a year, according to the Transportation Department.
Ace Lamps has created a sophisticated design by incorporating a recessed part with a reflective panel, offering a honeycomb effect, along the interior lip that enables the light to project at a beam angle of 1200. This light angle and the frosted glass facia make the LEDs suitable for several lighting applications. The LEDs are also suitable for applications that require a little more diffused light.
The Neptune LED down light is available with an IP44 rating and the included driver has an IP65 rating. The superior quality heat sink at the back-side of the device makes sure that the produced heat is distributed efficiently and effectively without affecting the total performance or size.
Even though it is not possible to dim the light produced by Neptune, Ace Lamps are trying to develop a dimmable type before this year end. Ace Lamps’s Southampton-based offices are constantly expanding their products with the online lighting catalogue of more than 4500 different varieties of interior and exterior lighting products.