May 13, 2021

1.LED Light bulbs save up to 90% of power usage.

LEDs are more energy efficient than fluorescent bulbs, which means they use less energy to produce light. A single LED bulb can last up to 20 years.
1.1 LEDs can last up to 20 years.

1.2.LEDs emit light that’s warmer than the room’s natural temperature, making it easier on skin.

1.3LED bulbs are more energy efficient than CFLs and LEDs.

LEDs emit very little heat, which means they don’t generate heat that can harm your skin as much as traditional bulbs. LEDs also tend to be smoother, brighter, and hotter-burning lamps than regular bulbs, so they’re great for when you want to keep your skin looking a little brighter — especially on too-bright days.

 

 

2.LEDs last up to 30,000 hours

LEDs are the most efficient and powerful light source on the market. They could last up to 50,000 hours and use 75 percent less energy. 

What we loved the most about LED lights is their durable design. On average, an LED bulb can last from 10 to 15 years. Their lifespan is six times more than a traditional bulb. Even after a decade, the vibrancy of the light is maintained regardless of the daily usage. Since it’s durability, it reduces the number of times required for replacing your lights. The longer lifespan offered by LED lights results to lower carbon emissions.

The durable lighting design of LED lights ensures the safety of the Earth. Lowered number of replacements mean lowered costs in purchasing, delivery, and installation of lights. In line with this, you get to minimize the waste product produced by your home or establishment. The composition of LED lights promotes the efficiency of utilization and disposal. Even at the last second, you get the best value for your money without compromising the safety of the Earth 

3.LEDs are environmentally friendly

On average, you can save up to 90% of electricity costs with LED lights. Unlike traditional lighting, they are an economical choice. Their lighting capability will not require you to fill the room with a number of lights. LED lights are the best example of direct lighting. Lesser number of lights are required to give you the same amount of lighting as traditional lights. There is no energy wasted because it is capable of emitting lights in all directions.

Using LED lights are ideal especially for office buildings and factories. Since they light a bigger space, they save a bigger percentage designated for electricity. LED lights convert 95% of their consumed energy into light and 5% into heat. They will give you the same amount of light as traditional lights with 36 watts consumed. This is a big help to the environment considering that they will demand less energy from power plants and fewer greenhouse gases emitted.

  

 

4.LEDs provide better illumination and color quality

 
There are two types of light bulbs: incandescent and fluorescent. Incandescent bulbs produce light using electricity to heat up a metal filament until it glows. Fluorescent light bulbs produce light when an electric current runs through a tube of gas and causes it to emit light. Those that are 2, 5, and 10 watts are actually incandescent bulbs. What do the bulbs do, though? As a human, our body doesn’t actually feel the need to use a bulb for its intended purpose. We see 1,000 lux. You don’t have to hang a bulb in order to see light at low levels.
Incandescent bulbs use energy to heat up a heavy metal filament filled with lead at a specific temperature. This insulates the bulb, and it suddenly lights up. When the nozzle of the bulb gets too hot, it expands and lets some of the electricity run through its metal core, causing light.
Fluorescent bulbs use a gas filled tube to heat up a droplet filled with chemicals. A liquid or gel coated with the fluorescent coating warms up the droplet, causing it to glow.
Most bulbs are labeled, “bulb, “bulb wattage, “inch bulb,” or “bulb life.” Whatever the bulb's label says, it’s getting energy from electricity.
A bulb is a small device that at its most basic function serves as an electricity source. A lightbulb contains at least one metal tube filled with a substance called “wattage.” Other wattage types include:
Fluorescent bulbs are arguably more energy-efficient than other types of bulbs. Two fluorescent bulbs produce the same amount of light as 10 watts incandescent bulbs. That’s quite a feat.
How do bulbs work, then? Incandescent bulbs use electricity to heat up a metal filament filled with lead at a specific temperature. The internal temperature of the tube is where the actual energy of electricity is generated. Once the metal stops generating enough energy, the lamp stops working. The act of heating the metal releases heat-energy.

 

 

5.LED technology is constantly improving

 

The technology in LED light bulbs is constantly improving. For example, Lighting Manufactures such as Philips,  just unveiled the world's first LED light bulb that mimics the look of incandescent light bulbs. The new bulbs have a warm color temperature (2700K) and a warm glow to them that are reminiscent of incandescent bulbs.
The best part of all of these innovations is that they make LED lights completely energy efficient. The new bulbs estimated to use one-fifth less energy than incandescent bulbs, saving American households money in the long run. With everything from washing machines to fridges being powered by the same bulb, it’s no surprise that consumers are buying the new bulbs as fast as they are released. Those expensive new bulbs could be saving consumers money in the long term and drastically reducing CO2 emissions in our atmosphere. For several years now, there’s one major hurdle holding back LED lights, though — the fact that the LED light bulbs are inexact, lacking in certain parameters compared to incandescent bulbs — and therefore not energy efficient. Incandescent bulbs are mostly based on solid-state technology that requires more energy. Modern LEDs, on the other hand, are back-lights that required much more energy to manufacture. This means that while they perform a similar function, they require a lot of energy to create that same light as an incandescent bulb.
Since LEDs are based on LEDs, manufacturers could change the way they illuminate the bulb at will. But even then, manufacturers face challenges — how do you avoid overheating LEDs? How do you get the right amount of light/heat to a small area? How do you diffuse/emit that light/heat in a way that is aesthetically pleasing? Lithium-cobalt-based batteries can offer longevity and higher energy density for LED lights and Light fittings.


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.

Subscribe