The company brings impeccable design skills and attention to detail to each of its analyses, resulting in layout quality and efficiencies only reserved for clients of the finest energy services companies. For example, with our lighting plans, we take our analysis further than the typical “how much light and where” approach, concerning ourselves with luminous intensity, distance, and orientation of the surface.
The luminous intensity (candelas) is the intensity of the light produced in a specific direction, and this is critical when illuminating a retail offering of products, or an assembly area within a manufacturing plant. Meticulously detail goes into the distribution of light to not just every area, but every point within an area. The luminous intensity of any light source is compiled graphically into diagrams known as candela or candlepower distribution curves. Both polar and Cartesian graphs are used for this purpose, demonstrating yet again, the leadership role U.S. Power enjoys in the industry.
Luminaire distribution and asymmetry factors are brought into the analysis, ultimately enabling the company to offer comprehensive design schemes that enable Facilities Managers to go forward without a worry.