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RAYTEC EXTEND LIGHTING AMNESTY GLOBALLY
There has been a widespread positive response to the ground-breaking ‘scrap and save’ Lighting Amnesty scheme launched by Raytec this winter.
Raytec have extended the Lighting Amnesty in the UK until the 31st of March 2010 and are now opening it up to international customers via participating distributors.
The new scrap-and-save scheme offers installers cash back to make the switch from wasteful CCTV lighting to new energy saving LED technology and helps end users to significantly reduce power consumption, CO2 emissions and running costs. During the ‘Lighting Amnesty’ Raytec are offering free site surveys and energy reports detailing the annual CO2 and cost savings made by switching to low energy LED illuminators from Raytec.
Ashwin Lal, MD of Visual Security Systems comments on the success of the Lighting Amnesty, “The Lighting Amnesty has proven to be a win:win situation, allowing us to approach new and existing customers saving them energy and money”.
Ashwin goes on to say “Traditionally IR has been the professional choice for security installers, however as Raytec’s dedicated White-Light products become increasingly popular in the market, the Amnesty allows us to re-approach our customers and offer them additional savings for both IR and WL applications”.
For more information please contact catherine.mcelroy[at]rayteccctv.com