The graph illustrates the substantial maintenance cost savings as a percentage when using LP Premium compared to NiCd and NiMH products.
Best of all LP Premium products are priced the same as Premium NiCd and NiMH.
The L10 Optimum Nanophosphate® range is available in Exit and Emergency Luminaires and a full range of Weatherproof Battens that can be found on our product page.
Clevertronics were the first in the world to launch a range of Lithium powered Emergency and Exit lights when the L10 Optimum range was released in 2012. To complement the L10 Optimum range and provide the market with a lower up-front cost combined with the significant maintenance savings that Lithium can produce, Clevertronics engineers developed the LP Premium range. Utilising Lithium Iron Phosphate technology and clever engineering design the LP Premium range was launched in 2014 and has delivered facility owners with 50% maintenance savings comparable to Premium NiCd products at the same price point.
The LP Premium Lithium range is available in Exit and Emergency Luminaires and a full range of Weatherproof Battens that can be found on our product page.
Another benefit of moving to lithium battery technology is to eliminate the environmental and health issues that are caused by NiCd, NiMH, and SLA batteries. These toxic substances can cause harm to humans and the environment if not disposed of and recycled correctly. There is significant concern that with the expected increase in Lithium battery powered products coming in the market will result in an increase of old batteries finding their way to landfill.
The harmful substances in questions come in the form of the following three battery types;
These three substances are known to have a harmful impact on both human and the environment so much so that the National Pollutant Inventory produced by the Australian Federal Government lists Cadmium, Lead, and Nickel among it 93 priority hazardous substances. Also, the recycling rate of these batteries is understood to be less than 5% and this is of major concern given the amount of these substances entering landfill.
From an environmental and health perspective Lithium Iron Phosphate contains no toxic heavy metals and no carcinogens and provides a significant reason to consider Lithium over NiCd and NiMH.
More information can be found on the ExitCYCLE website regarding issues with NiCd and NiMH batteries and the recycling initiatives set up to reduce these products ending up in landfill.