Provides Plug-and-Play LED Lighting and Cuts Utility Bills for Low Income San Miguel School

Lunera® Lighting, Inc., a leader in lighting innovations accelerating the transformation to advanced LED technology. For they delivered its popular plug-and-play 13-watt Helen Lamps to the San Miguel School. For that’s to replace many of the school’s 26-watt Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) lamps. The elementary Catholic school helps break the cycle of poverty for low-income Latino children. All located in the Washington D.C. area.

Helen LED by Lunera in San Miguel School





The Helen Lamps were used in the school’s multipurpose room, cafeteria, library and restrooms. Now students can study and do homework under great light in the library, instead of at home in a poorly lit, crowded apartment. The school displays calendars, information and student art projects in the hallways, which came to life under the new lighting.

In conclusion, the Energy Star® rated Helen Lamp delivers 900 lumens of usable light. Also it offers four color temperatures to choose from. Designed for long lighting run times, the instant-on lamps immediately improved the interior lighting environment. Finally, it’s reducing energy usage and providing a sustainable improvement for the San Miguel school.

LED Bulbs

As Atlanta bulbs states:

The cool thing about these LED’s is that they deliver crisp, clean light. Especially  with no flicker, warm up time or buzzing sound. These LED are also available in 2700k, 3000k, 3500k and 4000k. They are rated for open or enclosed fixtures, the Generation 3 models have improved significantly from the first generation. The Helen lamp comes with your standard 5 year warranty.

There is no way you can go wrong with switching your old style compact florescent lamps over to the new Helen LED lamp. These lamps will decrease your power consumption by up to 50% as well as reducing labor cost over the life of the lamp. So if you are interested in saving energy and reducing maintenance cost, look no further.

Source: Lunera Lighting, Santa Clara, Calif., – February 3, 2015