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Lean and Green

Lighting Energy Controllers (LEC) systems improve lighting efficiency at office buildings, logistics centres, fast food and retail chains, gas stations, parking lots, airports, as well as street and road lighting installations throughout the world. With increases in electricity prices and environmental awareness, companies are turning to energy efficiency as a way of reducing operating costs and establishing their green credentials. The PowerEYE 500 is an innovative product that enables consumers to monitor the power consumed in various buildings at one or multiple locations. It is very easy to set up. Just clip the current clamps around the 3-phase power cables and plug the unit into the closest mains socket.

Lean and Green
11, Glaisdale Road
York
North Yorkshire
YO26 6QT
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Lighting Energy Controllers (LEC) systems improve lighting efficiency at office buildings, logistics centres, fast food and retail chains, gas stations, parking lots, airports, as well as street and road lighting installations throughout the world. With increases in electricity prices and environmental awareness, companies are turning to energy efficiency as a way of reducing operating costs and establishing their green credentials. The PowerEYE 500 is an innovative product that enables consumers to monitor the power consumed in various buildings at one or multiple locations. It is very easy to set up. Just clip the current clamps around the 3-phase power cables and plug the unit into the closest mains socket.