How Does It Work?

How Does It Work?
The Energy Avenger™ will be configured for your application.
The Energy Avenger™ is a patented En-ergy Conservation Unit (ECU) that has multiple electrical-mechanical relays to step down voltage through a control transformer while continually transmitting consistent power to the lighting system.
The Energy Avenger™ through its control transformer has “hard taps” set to the percentage of KWh savings desired. The “hard taps” on the transformer regulate the incoming voltage supplied by the power company.
The product is installed adjacent to a sub-panel, main meter box, or main distribution box for multiple lighting locations. It is not installed on each light fixture, but rather controls large groups of lights on a dedicated lighting circuit.

The Energy Avenger™ will be configured for your application. The Energy Avenger™ is a patented Energy Conservation Unit (ECU) that has multiple electrical-mechanical relays to step down voltage through a control transformer while continually transmitting consistent power to the lighting system.The Energy Avenger™ through its con-trol transformer has “hard taps” set to the percentage of Kwh savings desired. The “hard taps” on the transformer regulate the incoming voltage supplied by the power company.The product is installed adjacent to a sub-panel, main meter box, or main distribu-tion box for multiple lighting locations. It is not installed on each light fixture, but rather controls large groups of lights on a dedicated lighting circuit.

The Energy Avenger™ will be configured for your application.The Energy Avenger™ is a patented En-ergy Conservation Unit (ECU) that has multiple electrical-mechanical relays to step down voltage through a control transformer while continually transmitting consistent power to the lighting system.The Energy Avenger™ through its con-trol transformer has “hard taps” set to the percentage of Kwh savings desired. The “hard taps” on the transformer regulate the incoming voltage supplied by the power company.The product is installed adjacent to a sub-panel, main meter box, or main distribu-tion box for multiple lighting locations. It is not installed on each light fixture, but rather controls large groups of lights on a dedicated lighting circuit.