Reduce lighting power needs

The PRC3000 Lighting Power Reduction Panel from Eaton is designed to improve lighting efficiency so your light levels are maintained with less electricity. While other devices cut electrical flow by “topping” sine waves, the patent-pending PRC3000 Lighting Power Reduction Panel takes a more intelligent approach, resulting in an entirely new way to reduce electrical consumption.

09/01/2009


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The PRC3000 Lighting Power Reduction Panel from Eaton is designed to improve lighting efficiency so your light levels are maintained with less electricity. While other devices cut electrical flow by “topping” sine waves, the patent-pending PRC3000 Lighting Power Reduction Panel takes a more intelligent approach, resulting in an entirely new way to reduce electrical consumption. Additionally, this new technology works with both new and existing fluorescent lighting systems. The PRC3000 Lighting Power Reduction Panel gives you greater flexibility and control over your fluorescent lighting system.

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