I've been searching the web, including sites dedicated to energy efficiency in residential building, and I cannot find substantiated facts related to how much energy Recessed Can Lights consume. I'd…Continue
Good luck getting the lastest #s Let me add to your list of variables , beyond
talking about the thermal attributes of the various popular LED lights - something that should be considered is
the air infiltration and exfiltration…"
"I am trying to understand your question properly... are you asking what the potential "energy/heat loss" would be through the recessed cans cut-outs? Do you have the article link that you had mentioned?"
I've been searching the web, including sites dedicated to energy efficiency in residential building, and I cannot find substantiated facts related to how much energy Recessed Can Lights consume. I'd love to see comparisons of non-IC, IC, and ICAT cans regarding measurable facts on how their air leakage contributes to energy usage. The only study I can find is from Penn State University that was done maybe 10 years ago, and it was short on details. I'm not asking about electric consumption;…See More
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