Accession Number ADA567657
Title Cutter Energy Efficient Lighting: Cost Study Report.
Publication Date May 2012
Media Count 76p
Personal Author B. A. Fike L. C. Kingsley T. L. Amerson V. A. Reubelt
Abstract Results of a study evaluating potential energy/cost savings by transitioning to more efficient lighting technologies on U.S. Coast Guard Cutters. Three approaches were used: (1) a review of U.S. Navy ship lighting transition from fluorescent lights to light emitting diodes (LED), (2) lighting surveys on two Coast Guard Cutters, and (3) a Coast Guard LED cost model. The cost model was developed to compare fluorescent lighting with up to four alternative lighting technologies. Cost calculations included factors like upfront investment, component replacement, power consumption, technology- specific configuration, disposal, labor, annual light usage, and cost of electrical power.
Keywords Cct(Correlated color temperature)
Coast guard ships
Cost analysis
Cost models
Cri(Color rendering index)
Efficiency
Energy efficiency
Fluorescent lighting
Legacy lighting
Light emitting diodes
Lighting equipment
Nvp(Net present value)
Payback periods
Return on investment
Solid state electronics
Solid state lighting
Wmec 270 class


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 89B - Architectural Design & Environmental Engineering
47A - Marine Engineering
Corporate Author Coast Guard Academy, New London, CT. Research and Development Center.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Final rept.
NTIS Issue Number 1309
Contract Number N/A

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