LED and other technologies have revolutionized the lighting industry. We now have more options, more value, less energy use, and more synergy and integration in our lighting ranges than ever before. We all know LED lights use vastly less electricity and last a great deal longer than incandescent and CFL lights, but here are some interesting things you probably didn’t know about LED and other lighting technologies.
1. LEDs are all about visibility
There’s one main reason LEDs use approximately 80% less energy than incandescent/halogen lights: they use all the electricity to generate visible light. Well, that sounds pretty obvious, I hear you say, but the key word here is ‘visible’. All the light that comes from an LED is at a wavelength we can actually see; there is no wastage.
I’m sure you will have never seen this advertised on the box, but incandescent, halogen and CFL lights produce mostly light we can’t see. That is, only 15% of the energy becomes physical light, the rest is heat, infra-red, ultra-violet, and various other by-products that are not visible light. Therefore, the driving force in the LED revolution is the massive improvement in efficiency.
2. Insects don’t much like LEDs
Bugs love porch or verandah lights about as much as Kim Kardashian likes a camera. This is one of the consequences of the IR and UV light that is produced by fluorescent and incandescent lights. LED light, while not completely eliminating the attraction (bugs still like the normal light too), will greatly reduce your bug and moth problem. Probably also a better option than the bug zapper in the corner interrupting your peaceful dinner playlist. Ahh, the serenity!
3. LEDS go easy on their surroundings
Another advantage of LEDs not emitting IR and UV radiation is how gentle they are on paintings, manuscripts, and pretty much everything really old. Museums and art galleries around the world were early adopters of LED. The UV and IR of previous types of light fittings actually damage centuries-old paintings and materials, which is why they were never brightly lit and would remain in darkness when the art gallery or museum was closed. LED means they can not only light them brighter and for longer, they also have control over color temperature, and all while protecting and preserving these valuable artifacts.
Tip: In most cases, an experienced lighting designer will tick all the legal building code boxes, while also designing a home’s lighting to be efficient. They will generally have a wider range of fittings in their arsenal and will be able to better light a room without over-lighting it, while adding creatively to the decor or motif, and introducing to you the wonderful benefits of dimming, sensors, schedules, and lighting control.
4. Dimmable LEDs are getting smarter
Throughout the evolution of humans, sunlight has always been the clock that determines our sleep routines, or ‘circadian rhythms’. Science has proven many times over that artificial light can offset this internal clock and can actually prevent us from falling asleep. Experts recommend dimming lights leading up to bedtime, and using warm light rather than cool light, simulating a sunset.
Luckily LED lights can be dimmed, and new technology is emerging that lowers the colour temperature of the light as it is dimmed down. Imagine the light is on full and looks natural, then the further you dim it down towards off, it becomes warmer and warmer like a sunset. Install these appropriately named ‘Sunset Dimming’ lights in the bedroom and lounge room, and you’ll be a lot closer to a great night’s sleep and improved wellbeing.
5. LED Lighting sensors have evolved
Hard data is not readily available but many experts estimate that 40 per cent of our lighting bill comes from unoccupied rooms. The parents reading will certainly relate to the regular ritual of turning off all the lights in rooms not being used. The answer to this dilemma is to install lighting sensors. You’re probably familiar with them for outdoor floodlights, but sensors can be used inside as well.
For rooms like pantries, laundries, and utility rooms, sensors can be installed instead of a switch. In other rooms, you may not have the sensor turn on the light, but the greatest advantage of sensors is they can run a timer to turn off the light. Therefore when someone leaves a room, after a predetermined time of 5 or 10 minutes, the light is turned off. If you re-enter the room before the light goes off, then the timer is re-triggered and starts again. Essentially, empty rooms will automatically turn off the light after a set amount of time, saving energy, money, and your sanity.
6. LED Lights can adapt to the daylight
It’s very common in new office buildings to utilise ‘daylight harvesting’, and it’s quite an amazing technology. Essentially, a designer will nominate the light level required in an open space up front. Light level sensors are installed throughout, then when the daylight coming through the windows is less than the designated light level, lights are automatically turned on and are dimmed to a level that brings the ambient light up to that pre-determined level.
On a bright, sunny day the lights may be dimmed to 5 or 10 per cent; on a cloudy or rainy day the lights may need to run at 80 or 90 per cent, so overall we are using way less energy. The main benefit after energy saving is consistency of light level. The person occupying the room may not even be aware the lights are dynamically changing brightness to compensate for any loss of daylight. Daylight harvesting is now beginning to be used in homes, particularly in rooms where consistent lighting is useful, such as kitchens, laundries, studies, garages, and workshops.
7. LED Lighting systems are becoming pretty amazing
Technology can be a beautiful thing, and when it saves energy as well as significantly improving the functionality and liveability of your home, it’s well worth considering if you’re building a new house. Full lighting control systems such as BMS – Building Management Control (you decide which switches control which lights), more flexible (change your mind, change your programming), and more beautiful (dimming, mood lighting, architectural lighting).
Systems like these can also add convenience (one switch can set a global scene such as ‘All Off’ or ‘Welcome Home’), can be safer (sensor lighting and integration to alarm systems), thrifty (use less electricity and extend bulb life), and smarter (you can control all your lights from smartphones and iPads). Lighting can also be integrated with mechanical systems, irrigation systems, window treatments, air conditioning, ceiling fans and your audio/visual system.
8. LED Lights can be voice activated
Expanding on the technology and lighting control systems mentioned above, did you know you can control your lights by talking to them? Apple, Google, and Amazon all have systems with voice control that can respond to your verbal commands. This technology doesn’t just apply to homes with significant investment in full lighting control systems, but can also be implemented by just installing several compatible smart bulbs from partnered manufacturers. So get excited, saying ‘Lights on’ as you walk into your home and getting an instant result is here, right now.
Are you looking to efficiency LED solutions for your home, your office or any other type of building? Just contact us at [email protected] or phone no. +40 722 241 231
Employee salaries, rental space, machinery, logistics, packaging and travel costs are a few significant factors impacting the budget of an office. Making profits in business is not easy especially when you are trying to break-even and increase profitability. However, often while trying to cut costs, we turn a blind eye to the electricity bills.
Expense on electricity is substantial and can add up to the running costs of a business. The need to have a sustainable plan regarding the cost is beneficial to the financial health of an enterprise. By carefully assessing the energy expenses one can substantially reduce the operating costs. With electricity forming a major portion of expenditure, it is imperative that we save in this sphere.
So, here are five effective ways to reduce your office electricity bills.
1. Upgrade to Energy Saving devices
Simple changes can go a long way in helping you save on electricity bills. Instead of continuing the use of conventional methods which require much energy, consider investing in energy efficient devices. Upgrading to new appliances might cost more initially, but they will help you cut electricity costs over the next few years. With an upgrade, you will also get a more efficient, faster and productive product. You can also go about hiring an energy audit company for your office; they will analyze your practices and provide ways to reduce your energy needs.
2. Use LED Lighting
Switching to energy efficient lighting by using LEDs instead of the incandescent light bulbs is the latest trend in the commercial and industrial world. The up-down feature helps in distributing light uniformly. The figures suggest that 33% up and 66% downward light distribution give a spacious and distinctive look to the workspaces. Also, factors like low power and high efficacy of LEDs contribute to up to 50% of energy savings.
In fact, LEDs are best for energy saving and ensure energy efficient lighting. Additionally, they can easily be recycled. LEDs have no hazardous chemicals and last much longer, reducing the replacement costs substantially. LEDs also use lesser energy in comparison to traditional bulbs, burn brighter and significantly improve the aesthetics of the room.
The use of LED light has a number of advantages that we have already mentioned in our article “5 benefits of LED technology from incandescent lighting“, but what I have not specified is that they can be easily recycled due to the fact that they do not have dangerous chemicals, lasts longer, so you can recover your investment in a short time.
3. Use Electricity Prudently
Technology is both a boon and a bane. It has affected our choices and has also made us careless towards our environment. On a hot day, it is common to use the air conditioner for a long time at work places, to a point where it is unjustifiable. Instead, you should use the HVAC prudently to cut the electricity bills. The human body is made to adjust to different environmental surroundings, and one should let the body run its course. Another practice to adopt is to turn the fan on and increase the temperature of the HVACs.
It will reduce your bills, and the employees will appreciate a more neutral temperature in the office, making them less vulnerable to common cold or fever.
4. Ensure Switching Off Electronic Devices When Not in Use
This technological age has brought significant changes to the personal lifestyle, making people addicted to their devices. One of the major causes for the rise in electricity bills is wastage of energy. It is always a better idea to unplug electronic appliances when they are not in use. Not following this practice at an office, adds to the huge cost as the number of electronic devices are far more in number, than at homes. Monitoring the use, and implementing vigilant policies will result in electricity savings. This will also provide more shelf life to the devices and further cut down costs in the long run.
5. Use Intelligent Lighting Controls
By using intelligent lighting controls, a business can reduce their office bills. A high-performance daylight dimming sensor detects the amount of sufficient daylight and switches off luminaires when not required.
Maximum use of sunlight can be facilitated by installing larger windows. This will essentially provide a more natural aura. While bigger windows will draw in more light, during the winter season, it will also reduce the electricity bills. One can always install sturdy blinds to keep the office cooler in the summer season.
Along with the evolution of the digital systems we entered the era of IoT (Internet of Things) and along the path we witnessed the birth of intelligent cities and intelligent buildings as a result of the need for energy efficiency while consuming more and more natural resources and electricity.
The rapid economic growth of certain urban areas leads to the need of a growing quantity of electricity. Hence the question – how should we diminish the costs with the electricity bill while asking for more and more electricity consumption? Of course, the answer is “energy efficiency”…
While in the previous articles we have talked and learned about the energy efficiency through LED technology, we have to mention that this is not the only solution you can use for significantly diminshing the costs with the electricity bills. Another way is by using BMS – the Building Management System.
What is BMS – Building Management System?
BMS, or Building Management System, is, as its name says, an integrated management system for buildings and it deals with the integrated and supervised control of the equipments installed in a building for reducing the consumption of the energy and optimizing, functioning and enhancing the confort and security of its inhabitants.
Building Management System (BMS) or “the brain of the building” allows the integrated management of a building, administrative and logistic, offering those who dwell or work here an enhanced degree of confort and security, along with reducing the costs with the maintanence and utilities.
Such a BMS system can monitor and control:
- HVAC system
- Exterior and interior lighting system
- Energy, gas and water supply system
- Other automatized activities – the opening and shutting of the windows or doors, etc.
Which are the other systems to be integrated with BMS?
You can integrate BMS with:
- Security and access control system
- Fire detection system
- Video surveillance and burglar alarm system
- Public address system
- Power supply and electric generator systems
What are the benefits of BMS?
By purchasing a BMS solution from EXE Green Holding, you can benefit from it as it follows:
- by reducing the overall costs following the reducing of the energetic consumption of the building
- by raising the confort degree of the dwellers
- by enhancing the security along with the enhancing of the control over the building
Reducing the costs with the energy
The reducing of the costs with the energy will be accomplished through controlling certain parameters such as temperature, humidity and illuminatio, depending on the day/night period, outside temperature and the way the activities are conducted in that particular building.
Increasing the confort degree
Increasing the confort degree is the first visible result of such a BMS System – an intelligent building will independently react to the environment changes without human intervention: the windows can automatically open for letting the air in and can be automatically shut when raining; also, the sun shades can be opened or shut depending on the position of the sun, the temperature inside can be automatically adjusted to the presence or the absence of the human presence inside the building and certain areas, the illumination can be automatically adjusted to maintain a certain degree of luminosity disregard of the daytime and so on. Another feature that can add value to a BMS system is mobile control through mobile apps.
Building security can be analyzed from two perspectives:
- security which protect you from vandalizing or burglary
- security which deals with water leakage, fire, gas leakage, etc.
The using of BMS technology for building lighting
The using of BMS technology for controlling the building lighting also manages the remote control and monitoring through IP VPN and LON of LED lighting devices.
The implementation of BMS lead to the reducing of energy consumption by 20% and along with that the increasing of the functioning life of the LED fixtures.
The interface for the user of BMS system allows the turn on/turn off and the dimming of the luminous flux of the LED fixtures, individually or for logic groups; the easy programming and reprogramming of the functioning profiles (on/off/dimming level) for different working hours; map visualisation and the status for each and single LED Lighting fixture and for electrical parameters automatically and local measured.
The BMS software is compatible with mobile platforms and devices (mobile phone, tablet), with desktop platforms (for Windows or iOS), with embedded systems (Raspbery PI) but also with WEB platforms. The graphic interface also allows the control and monitoring of the different apllications simultaneously.
Are you looking for a BMS for your home, your office or any other type of building? Just contact us at [email protected] or phone no. +40 722 241 231
Using solar LED lighting outdoors can be a lifesaver when outdoor outlets are not available. But do solar-powered LED lights really work? How do they measure up to hardwired electric lights? And what if your yard is shady or you live somewhere that rarely sees the sun? Here’s the full scoop on choosing and using solar-powered lights in your yard.
SOLAR LED LIGHTING
How solar LED lighting works
Photovoltaic cells absorb sunlight during the day to charge the batteries, which then light the bulb at night. Because solar lights are powered by the sun, they must be placed in an area that receives full sun — ideally eight or more hours per day.
What if you don’t have direct sun?
If you are putting solar LED lights in your desert yard in Tucson or Palm Springs, they are sure to operate at maximum strength — but what if you live in Seattle or simply have a heavily shaded yard? It’s not quite as simple, but you can still have solar-powered LED lights, even in a fully shaded area. A solar or landscape lighting pro can help position a remote photovoltaic panel on your roof or in a sunnier area of your yard, which can then be wired to the lights in the shady area.
If there simply isn’t much sunlight to be gathered, even on the roof (for example, you live somewhere like Seattle or Portland), the solar lights will still work, but they won’t shine as brightly or for as long each evening.
Types of Solar LED Lights
Solar path LED lights
These are small solar LED lights on stakes, which can be pushed into the ground alongside a walkway to softly illuminate the path at night. They are not as bright as electric path lights, so plan to use more (up to twice as many) to light your path with roughly the same glow as electric.
Where to use solar path LED lights
Solar path LED lights are ideal for illuminating walkways far from exterior outlets, and can provide an enchanting glow along winding garden paths.
Ambient and decorative solar LED lights
Decorative solar LED lights, including colourful blown glass, decorative lanterns and string lights, are not as bright as solar path LED lights. However, used in multiples or alongside path LED lights and LED spotlights, they can provide a warm ambient glow.
Where to use ambient solar LED lights
Place a few windblown glass solar LED lights on stakes in your garden beds for soft landscape lighting. Or hang solar string LED lights, like the charming mason jar lights shown here, over an outdoor dining table for a welcoming touch at your next gathering.
A solar table lamp, like the one shown here, can be a welcome (and unexpected) touch in an outdoor seating area.
Solar-powered LED spotlights
The brightest solar LED lights available are called task lights or spotlights, and the best ones can provide light that’s roughly equivalent to a 40-watt incandescent bulb. That is still not as bright as a typical outdoor spotlight, so you may want to double or triple up in areas where you want bright, direct light.
Where to use solar LED spotlights
Motion-sensing solar LED spotlights can be used near doors and in the driveway. Spotlights can also be placed in the garden, with the beam of light directed at a tree or another landscape feature.
Pay attention to the hue
Since most solar-powered lights today use LED bulbs, the light they emit is bright white. If you want the look of incandescent bulbs, look for solar lights with tinted covers — they may be labeled “amber” or “soft white.”
You get what you pay for
The brightness of a solar LED light depends on the brightness of the sun and the amount of daylight it is exposed to — but it also depends on the quality of the photovoltaic cells and the size of the LED bulb. Higher-quality photovoltaic cells and larger LED bulbs tend to cost more, so to a certain extent, the higher-priced solar lights do tend to shine more brightly.
Source of the article: www.houzz.com
Philips Lighting cracks code of shopper behavior proving how colored lighting boosts supermarket sales
Pilot study in Globus supermarket in Germany used colored LED lighting to increase sales by 6% and traffic at the store’s promotional area by 15%
Düsseldorf, Germany – Philips Lighting and Globus, a major grocery retailer in Germany, have measured the positive effects of lighting in a joint research project. In collaboration with German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence DFKI and EIT Digital, a series of experiments were conducted at the Globus supermarket in Saarbrücken to study the impact of different combinations of colored lighting on sales and customer behavior. The results showed that using colored uplights together with Philips StoreWise lighting system helped increase sales while enabling energy savings of up to 75% compared to conventional lighting.
For the experiment, researchers spent two months testing different lighting conditions at the supermarket’s 180m2 promotional display area that was equipped with Philips StoreWise and Philips LED lighting. Three settings were tested: the store’s uniform overhead lighting, regular spotlights and a combination of spotlights with pastel colored uplights.
The study showed that the most effective setting for enticing shoppers was using spotlights with pastel colored uplights that led to a 6% increase in sales of goods from this promotional area. The same combination of colored lights created the best stopping power for this promotional area and increased customer visits by 15%, compared to the standard store lighting. When conventional lighting was replaced by spotlights alone, 7% more customer visits occurred.
“Adding soft pastel colors to highlight products is a potential game-changer for the retail industry. For the first time research has shown that different lighting conditions can affect shopper behavior and drive increased store revenues,” said Gonneke Gros, Segment Lead Food and Large Retail, Philips Lighting. “With new lighting systems like Philips StoreWise and Philips’ indoor positioning system, we anticipate retailers to analyze sales and traffic data within their store in real-time and adjust the lighting conditions to optimize sales.”
Retailers have traditionally lit stores using uniform, white, overhead lighting. The research showed that the 58 spotlights used in the experiment strengthened the appearance of products by increasing contrast. Adding colored uplighting (aimed at the ceiling) as well, helped differentiate the promotional zone and make it more visible from far away.
Norbert Scheller, Store Manager at Globus supermarket in Saarbrücken commented: “As a retailer, to stay ahead of the competition, you have to create a multi-sensory environment and a ‘wow-factor’ in your stores. Working with Philips Lighting has helped us realize the immense potential lighting can have and we have successfully been able to create triggers to direct our customers to promotional areas in our store and to inspire them in new ways.”
This new study reaffirms earlier findings from Philips Lighting research showing that soft pastel colors make customers feel happier and more comfortable when shopping, while saturated colors increase stress levels.
How the LED experiment to boost sales was put into practice
The research at Globus supermarket in Saarbrücken, Germany, was done in collaboration with German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) and European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). During two months, different lighting conditions were tested at the store’s 180m2 promotional area. Sensors in the ceiling and in 300 shopping trolleys were used for recording the number of visitors and the time they spent within this zone compared to the rest of the store. The data was also analyzed against sales figures, examining the number of products bought from within this specially-lit area.
For the experiment, Philips StoreWise, an intuitive lighting system for retailers, was used in combination with Philips’ LED lighting. Each light point in this lighting system could be independently controlled via the Philips StoreWise web app and be individually adjusted for color, brightness and saturation. This allowed store managers to fine-tune the lighting conditions at the tap of smartphone, tablet or computer whenever they wanted. Three lighting scenes were applied: (1) uniform lighting to mimic regular lighting (baseline for research), (2) spotlights to illuminate and make promotions stand out using light and shadow, (3) uplights with soft pastel colors to create a distinct atmosphere and to play to the moods of the shoppers.
Following the successful pilot, Globus supermarket has decided to leave the Philips StoreWise and LED lighting installation in place at its store in Saarbrücken.
Conclusion – experiment shows how LED can be used to boost your sales!
Either you work in fashion, furniture or home appliance showrooms, it’s high time you tell your manager to use colored LED Lighting to boost the sales. Maybe it would be the best idea of the year at your company and it will significantly boost the sales – are you ready for that?
Source: Philips Lighting
No, its not for you, professionals…it’s for the ordinary humans who want to buy LED bulbs in order to save the energy consumption and don’t know what’s with all those numbers and letters on the package of the products…let alone the utility of them all.
So, we basically thought about writing this article like a guide for all of you who don’t know what to look after when browsing our webpage or any other webpage of a LED lighting technology producer or distributor across the world.
LED bulb technology made friendly
We told you on short in a previous post the history of LED lighting technology and why this sort of technology is the future of lighting for our planet – it saves costs with the energy and it saves costs for producing the lighting devices. It is simply more reliable, more cost-effective and more durable from all the existing technologies of the moment.
LED technology, compared with incandescence or fluorescence technologies, doesn’t need a vacuum chamber in order to function; it simply uses light-emitting-diodes (LED) which produces light when the electric current goes through them. It doesn’t mean that one cannot find LED light bulbs that resembles the incandescent bulbs, but it is simply a design choice for making the transfer to the new technology much more easier for all the people. For that particular reason, most of the LED bulbs will have the same screw-type sockets as the incandescence light bulbs – this way it will be easier for any buyer of the LED products to replace the old incandescence bulbs in their homes.
You can view how the LED bulbs were adapted to the actual incandescent or fluorescent sockets for making it easier for the buyers to use the products:
Are you curious about how an actual LED Lamp will look like in your home? We actually used some of the pictures from EXE Holding LED Lighting projects and we hope you like them:
Pretty bright, right? How about the next one?
The same, right?
You have to understand something – when it comes to LED Lighting Technology, the sky or the imagination is the limit for the designers of the lighting fixtures. The designers are not limited to creating a fixture based on the dimensions of the incandescence led bulbs – the LED technology allows you to have light from a diode as small as 1 mm – as simple as that! This is why the LED Light fixtures have so many beautifully designed shapes and forms.
LED Bulbs – what to consider before buying one
In everybody’s prediction LED bulbs are the first to be bought by the ordinary home users – they use the same screw-type socket and they resemble the incandescent lamps – of course the LED bulbs will be the first choice for anybody wanting to replace the old light bulbs around the house. Anyway, before you can jump on our residential solution LED light offer, you have to consider the next ones.
First of all, a few advantages of the LED Bulbs compared to the incandescent or fluorescent bulbs:
- LED bulbs saves energy compared to the incandescent or fluorescent ones; as for 2016, the LED bulbs consume as little as 10% of the energy used by incandescent or fluorescent bulbs.
- LED bulbs have an impressive life-span (20 + years, which is huge compared to the incandescence or fluorescence technologies).
- LED bulbs reach the full brightness as soon as you push the button; compare this to the time needed for a fluorescence fixture to reach its full brightness!
- LED bulbs come with a minimum 3 year guarantee! As for us, EXE Holding decided to expand, on its own costs, LED bulbs guarantee to 5 years! Do you know any incandescence or fluorescence bulb to offer 5 years guarantee? Neither do us…
- LED bulbs come with the same screw-type socket as the incandescence or fluorescence bulbs – it means you won’t have to change any electricity wiring in your house for replacing the old technology with the new one! Just unscrew the incandescence with the LED bulbs and you’re set!
Second of all, a few things to take into consideration when buying LED bulbs
Yes, unfortunately, new technology needs to be learnt in order to be used properly – while not needing any guide for replacing the incandescence bulbs with the LED bulbs in your house, you do need a guide for buying the proper products. Here they are:
- BRIGHTNESS – Forget about watts! LED Bulbs don’t measure their brightness in watts! You’ll be confused if searching for watts on their package and you won’t find any 100 watts or 75 watts to indicate the brightness of the LED bulbs…don’t! It’s normal. LED bulbs measure their brightness in lumens not in watts! The explanation is simple – they draw less energy than the incandescence ones. If you’re a math fan, just do this simple math – for a brightness equal to a 60 watts incandescence bulb, a LED bulb uses only 8 to 12 watts! Get it, now?
- COLOR – As we showed you in our previous article about LED Lighting, the first LEDs were red; this color was due to the technology used for manufacturing them. Later, LEDs became blue, green, yellow and after that the sky was the limit for the LED producers all over the world; now, the colors of LEDs allow cities to look like this during Christmas time:
Nevertheless, if you’re not looking for LED Christmas Decorations, then you have to know that LED bulbs for home use come in 3 popular colors – warm white, soft white and bright white.
Warm white and soft white offer a warmer (yellower) light, while bright light is whiter. Light color or light temperature is measured in Kelvins and an incandescence bulb has between 2,700 and 3,500 K. Looking for LED products similar in light warmth as the incandescence bulbs? Then, look for this Kelvin range values and you’ll not mistake in your choice when shopping for a LED bulb!
- Dimming, flickering, buzzing – it’s good to know that on the LED market you’ll meet some standard products and some better products; some of the substandard LED products will flicker or buzz when used with a dimmer and some of them won’t even work with a dimmer used for incandescence lighting. All we want you to know is that you should choose specifically those products mentioning on their package they do not flicker or buzz. Use a specific dimmer for LED Lighting products and your LED bulbs will have a longer lifespan.
Apart from that, EXE Holding offers its customers only no flicker-no buzzing LED products – we guarantee it, along with the regular 5 years guarantee for each of our products!
- Heat dissipation – LED bulbs need special fixtures but they also can be used on the original incandescence fixtures as well, using the screw-type socket – the only catch is that LED bulbs use heat dissipation sinks at their bottom which dissipate heat generated during using. If the fixture has an enclosed housing for the LED bulb, then the heat won’t be able to be dissipated into the air and will deteriorate the LED bulb itself. So, use light fixtures with an open housing for the LED bulb or original LED light fixtures altogether!
Interested in buying LED bulbs?
You can use our LED bulbs offer or choose any LED from our LED Light Catalogs 2017. The important thing is you understood from our article what this LED bulb buying is all about – by reading us you’ll not mistake in your choices.
Till next time!