Why Choose LED
LED bulbs outshine outdated technologies
As your incandescent burns out, it’s a good time to consider switching to LED bulbs. Replace your aging incandescent bulbs with an innovative and durable LED lighting product. These light bulbs have many advantages over the traditional incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs.
Without a filament to break or burn out, arguably the best reason to switch to LEDs is their very long life expectancy that can be for over 100,000 hours on average without showing their age (that’s over eleven years at full brightness). This lifespan is twice that of typical fluorescent bulbs and twenty times longer than incandescent light bulbs.
Tired of those high electrical bills? Installing LED bulbs in your home is an efficient way to reduce your power consumption and save money! LED lighting is designed to work at 80% energy efficiency. This means that 80% of the electrical energy taken in by an LED light is converted to light energy. The other 20% is released as heat energy. The exact opposite occurs with traditional incandescent bulbs (20% of the electrical energy taken in is converted to light energy, while the other 80% is released as heat energy). Furthermore, LED bulbs require fewer watts to operate. For example, a four-foot LED tube typically uses just 15-25 watts, while fluorescent tubes of this size use more than 30 watts.
No more burnt fingers when replacing these bulbs! LED light bulbs only release 20% heat energy, making them operate at lower temperatures. Using LED bulbs reduces the risk of a house fire because they have lower heat energy emissions. They are extremely durable thanks to their solid-state construction, so there’s no broken glass to deal with, either.
Traditional lighting methods require many color filters to give off a certain hue. LED lights can emit the vast array of colors without the use of these filters, resulting in increased efficiency and lower production costs. They also provide a truer, brighter color than a filtered bulb.
LED light bulbs can fulfill an array of different purposes and functions. Thanks to the wide array of colors and shapes LEDs are made to replace most any light bulb. Furthermore, their size and power-saving characteristics allow them to be applied to new and innovative areas. Some common applications of LED light bulbs include: flashlights, exit signs, traffic lights and signals, remote control lights, Christmas lights, and more!
LED light bulbs don’t contain mercury, like compact fluorescent bulbs do. Combining that with the fact that they outlast their energy efficient cousins, makes the choice to go LED clear as day. They can also reach their full brightness in a matter of microseconds! Perfect for situations when reaction time and timeliness play a vital role, such as emergency situations.
Lamps come with B22 regular pin type holder in India and E27 Threaded type holder outside India. Tubes like T5 come with clip mounted applications and conventional T8 series can be replaced with the new LED tube light by removing the adapter and choke and redirecting the circuit to one end of the tube. Downlighters and panel lights are easy to install by replacing the existing fixtures with the same cut-out.
HOMES – bulbs and tube lights and cabinet lights OFFICES / HOMES / SHOWROOMS / MALLS – downlights and panel lights Specialty shops – SPOTLIGHTS INDUSTRIAL / WAREHOUSE / MANUFACTURING PLANTS – high bay lights and batons STADIUM / FAÇADE – flood lights Outdoor – Street lights, bollards, fountain light, swimming pool light, wall light, wall washer, step light, garden lights, post top.
LED light bulbs are focused. They emit light in a specific direction. It is easy to use this directional light more effectively in various applications. LEDs can be made to focus without the use of extra reflectors or lenses, which means less bulk and lower cost for the same beam of light.
The lifespan of a CFL is significantly reduced if the bulb is frequently turned on and off. Specifically, when tested on a 5-minute on/off cycle, the lifespan of some CFLs may be reduced to that of incandescent bulbs. Some have suggested that CFLs be left on to mitigate this problem, but this would be at the risk of losing energy savings. Alternatively, LED bulbs are not associated with any on/off cycling issues.
As one of the most energy-efficient light bulbs on the market, LED lights are better for the environment because they reduce your carbon footprint and do not leach poisonous mercury into our water systems.