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Old 10-07-2007, 10:37 AM
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Green lights

Do prospects ask you if your lights are environmentally friendly?
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never if environmentally friendly in the sense (will the metal hurt my plants).
More in the vein of energy efficiency and reduced power consumption over using hi-voltage.
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never if environmentally friendly in the sense (will the metal hurt my plants).
More in the vein of energy efficiency and reduced power consumption over using hi-voltage.

Agreed, which does make it more green than regular line voltage. Green means energy savings and low voltage is there. When LED comes around it will really be a green lighting system.
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