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LED & Pool Lighting

What you need to know about LED Underwater lighting.

Due to the formation of the beam of LED lights, they work very well under water. As well as being enviromently friendly the main attraction is they will save you up to 90% on energy costs. Theyre easy to fit and most of the time you can just replace the light it's self. No need to replace the fitting or the guts. 

How much will I save in energy?

If you were to have four conventional 300w underwater lights in your pool and you had them on for 8 hours a day you'd be looking at a daily running cost of around £1.50 a day. (15pence per kwh) If you were to use the lights every day of the year then that would be over £500 a year you'd spend on conevntial lighting as opposed to just £50 a year using LED lightings.These are very rough costs but you can see the savings add up in no time at all. 

How many LED lights do I need in my pool?

To clearly light a pool it is recommended to install a light every20m2of water surface. In swimming pools that are especially deep, a light is required for every 25m3of water volume.In order to prevent glare, the lights should be installed so that they face away from the residence or usual view of the swimming pool.In the event that lighting is used in competition or training pools,the lights should be installed on the sides rather than the ends of the pool to prevent glare on the swimmers. DO NOT install thelights at the ends of the pool if the pool is to be used for racing.

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