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Engineers and lighting technicians know that LED lighting requires considerably less power than other forms of traditional lighting such as Incandescent, Mercury Vapor, Halogen, or in many cases, Fluorescent lighting. However, just because LEDs require less power does not mean one can power them ten-at-a-time from a single power strip…

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