Four Seasons Of Savings With LED Lighting

By switching to LED lighting you will not only save money, but you will also gain many benefits, not only for you, but also for the environment. Here are some of the benefits of LED lightin.

Long lifespan: LED lighting has an average lifespan of 30,000-50,000 hours, compared to 1,000 hours for incandescent and 8,000-10,000 hours for CFLs. LEDs never ‘burn out’, they simply dim over time.

 

Energy efficient: LED lighting uses 50-60% less energy than incandescent and halogen lamps. In addition, they are directional so no light or energy is wasted and there is no need for reflectors or diffusers to block light. LED lighting is so efficient that it is increasingly being used for street lighting, car parks and building facades, where energy consumption is high.As is the case with our high bay and floodlight applications.

 

 

Safety and durability: LED bulbs do not use filaments or glass housings, making them extremely durable. As they are mostly made of plastic, the probability of a bulb breaking when dropped is very low. Unlike incandescent lamps, where 90% of the light output is converted into heat, LEDs do not produce heat, so they do not get hot even after many hours of use. This reduces the risk of fire or burns.

 

Colour: LED lighting has a fantastic colour rendering index (CRI). It produces light that accurately reproduces the colour of objects and does not fade, making it ideal for use in display and commercial applications.

 

Environmentally friendly: CFLs and fluorescent lamps contain mercury, which can be dangerous if broken and must be disposed of properly once burnt. LED lighting contains no mercury and can easily be disposed of and recycled. The production of one LED bulb saves materials, whereas the production of 24 bulbs would be sufficient.

 

No UV emissions. LED bulbs produce virtually no UV emissions, making them ideal for use in museums and clothing shops. LED lights will not damage artwork or stain clothing.

 

Incredible in cold temperatures. LED lighting works very well in cold temperatures, unlike older technologies that require higher temperatures to activate. LED bulbs are ideal for use in refrigerators, freezers and freezers. This is why outdoor lighting in car parks, outdoor buildings and signs are also increasingly being retrofitted with LED lighting.

 

Controllability: older technologies are not as versatile as LED lighting. LED lighting can be combined with smart systems and controlled with remote controls, timers, sensors or even your smartphone. Most of them have incredible dimming capabilities of up to 10% brightness, whereas other technologies can only dim to 30%.

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