Everyday Lighting Solutions Page 4 Energy-Efficient Solutions

Why Choose Energy Star? We all want to save energy, save money and protect the environment. So look for the Energy Star logo on your lighting products to make sure they are certified to offer exceptional energy savings and quality, through this joint program of the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy. Want to learn more? Visit www.EnergyStar.gov . Anatomy of the Label Brand Color Rendering Index (CRI) Measures color accuracy. Color rendition is the effect of the lamp's light spectrum on the color appearance of objects. Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) Measures light color. "Cool" colors have higher Kelvin temperatures (3600-5500K). "Warm" colors have lower color temperatures (2700-3500K). Light Output/Lumens Measures light output. The higher the number, the more light is emitted. Watts Measures energy required to light the product. The lower the wattage, the less energy used. Lumens per Watt/Efficacy Measures efficiency. The higher the number, the more efficient the product. IESNA LM-79-2008 Industry standardized test procedure that measures performance qualities of LED luminaires and integral lamps. It allows for a true comparison of luminaires regardless of the light source. Registration Number Model Number Type Read the Lighting Facts Label Another important US Department of Energy program, Lighting Facts serves consumers much like nutrition facts labels on food products do. Designed to assure and improve the quality of LED lighting products, the Lighting Facts label provides the information you need to make an informed decision when shopping for LED products. Learn more at www.LightingFacts.com . Energy-Efficient Solutions Working for you: The Designlights Consortium The mission of DesignLights Consortium or DLC is to accelerate energy efficiency in the building industry through public policy, program strategies and education. The DLC promotes quality, performance and energy efficient lighting solutions through collaboration among its federal, regional, state, utility and energy efficiency program members; luminaire manufacturers; lighting designers and others in the industry in the US and Canada. To find out more about DLC and which Acuity Brands products are listed, visit www.designlights.org . Be sure to check back often as we are continually adding products. 4

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