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News Release

2BM Illuninates Data Centres With Bright Lite
Released: 11th February 2014
Publisher: 2bm

Innovator in data centre technology 2bm today announces Bright Lite, the latest addition to its data centre inventory. Bright Lite is an LED bar light with IR sensor that helps keep energy costs down by providing light only when it’s needed.

2bm will be exhibiting at Data Centre World 2014 on Stand B50 and will be demonstrating the Bright Lite functionality as a key part of its product demonstration.

With Bright Lite, data centre manager’s benefit from extra energy efficient lighting while its slim profile allows for discreet placement within data centre cabinets. Each LED bar has an average of 40,000 hours of lamp life and with input or output points on both ends they are easy to fit. Bright Lite also comes with a PIR sensor that can run up to 8 x 500mm IR/PIR and 5 x 1000mm IR/PIR lights from one power source.

Bright Lite comes in two different lengths with variable outputs:

  • LDS-B500/IR/5:
    5W input; 497mm
    length x 29mm width x 10mm depth

  • LDS-B1000/IR/10:
    10W input; 1000mm
    length x 29mm width x 10mm depth

Jason Preston, Director of Innovation at 2bm, says: “Reducing energy consumption is high on the priority list of every data centre manager. Installing Bright Lite is just one small change that managers can make as part of their overall energy strategy and which can deliver significant cost-savings further down the line.”

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