What is LED light?
A light-emitting diode, or LED, is a compound semiconductor device that converts electricity into light.One of more LEDs combined with a driver, housing and other components create a complete LED system.
LED chip + lead
multiple LED packages
How can LEDs impact us?
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions with 20% (or even with 30%, if the conditions are right) compared to 1990; gathering 20% more energy from renewables; and increase energy-efficiency in the EU with 20%. These are the main goals of the European Union's Europe 2020 program, regarding the topic of climate change and energy sustainability.
Ecomagination is commitment to build innovative solutions for today's environmental challenges while driving economic growth.
By switching to LED products is also one of Lighting's possible solutions regarding this matter. These applications not only reduce your carbon emission significantly, but also help you to spare energy and material: LED lighting elements use 70% less energy than a ‘normal’ light bulb.
Why use our LED lighting?
LED lights show a much better performance in terms of light output lm/W than traditional in fluorescent and halogen lamps, and the features of energy-saving and long lifespan help you save expanse 60%:
- Superior substitute for existing lighting
- Recessed lighting fixtures
- Ceiling lights with ultrathin housing
- Easy, do-it-yourself (DIY) installation
- Long life, up to 50,000 hours with no bulbs to change
- Significantly lower energy consumption
- Less heat
- No UV or IR radiation
- No environmentally hazardous substances
- Compatible with most dimmer controls
- Publise R&D driver, exclusively to match the light
- Patented naval unique appearance design
- CREE led, high performance
- With unique ultrathin design, the height of lamp is much less than general ones.
What is the difference between COB and Single Chip?
- COB has small thermal resistance and bigger heat dissipation surface
- Big surface of light source for better luminous effect
- Higher CRI, added red color to increase the CRI.
- Package only one time and do not need PCB design
- Anti-glare, it has gentle light distribution which is similar to traditional lights, and simplify secondary light distribution
- Easy to assemble.
How to Use LED Lighting in your Home?
1. Install LED bulbs in hard-to-reach light fixtures. One of the chief advantages of LED bulbs is their long life - often in excess of 10 years. This makes them ideal for hard-to-reach fixtures in which bulbs are a pain to replace. This can include recessed lighting on a very high ceiling or high-hanging pendant lamps.
2. Use LED lighting in your heavily trafficked areas. Of course, you want to see a reduction in your energy bill to justify the high upfront cost of LED bulbs, so it makes sense to install them primarily in areas that get a lot of use. Replacing only the bulbs in your kitchen or living room, for example, will help you get the most out of the low energy consumption of these bulbs.
3. Improve your task lighting using LED bulbs. LED bulbs typically provide a clean, bright light that is sometimes criticized against the warm glow of incandescent. However, this clean light makes LED bulbs ideal for task lighting. Consider using LED bulbs to light your desk or kitchen workspace, where they can actually reduce strain on your eyes by providing bright and clear lighting.
4. Fit your outdoor floodlights with LED bulbs. Large halogen bulbs have long been the mainstay of outdoor security lighting, but these bulbs produce an intense amount of heat and burn out very quickly. Instead, try using LED bulbs in your flood light fixtures. They use less energy, which makes keeping them on all night a more sustainable solution, and they do not have to be replaced as often, which is great for hard-to-reach floodlights.
5. Accent art or other architectural features with LED lighting. Another benefit of LED bulbs is that they are available in incredibly small sizes. This allows them to be unobtrusive, which is great for lighting a piece of artwork or an architectural feature without competing for attention. The clean light of LEDs also allows the artwork to be presented as naturally as possible.
6. Don't necessarily consider LED lighting as just a low cost replacement for incandescent light bulbs. It opens up all sorts of new possibilities, not least because the bulbs don't give off heat and can therefore be placed in otherwise unusable locations. Bear in mind though that because LEDs tend to be extremely bright they are is often best used indirectly.
What's the different between traditional lamp and LED lamp?
LED light bulbs will eventually be what we use to replace incandescent bulbs – CFLs are a temporary solution to energy-efficient lighting. The reason LEDs have not yet displaced CFLs from the market are twofold: the first generation LED bulbs had a narrow and focused light beam, and the cost of the LED bulbs was too high.
Recent developments in LED technology, however, have been addressing these issues. LEDs have been 'clustered' to provide more light, and mounted within diffuser lenses which spread the light across a wider area. And advancements in manufacturing technology have driven the prices down to a level where LED bulbs are more cost-effective than CFLs or incandescent bulbs. This trend is continuing, with LED bulbs being designed for more applications while the prices are going down over time.
The 'sticker shock' of the new LEDs remains a deterrent to their widespread acceptance by consumers. The following comparison charts illustrate the value of the latest LED bulbs when compared with CFLs and incandescents for overall efficiency as well as cost-effectiveness.
Cost Comparison between LEDs, CFLs and Incandescent light bulbs:
Energy Savings over 50,000 hours, assuming 25 bulbs per household:
- The cost per bulb for LEDs may vary. We used the figure of $35.95 (for a 60 watt equivalent LED bulb) as an average among lighting retailers.
- Cost of electricity will vary. The figures used above are for comparison only, and are not exact. Residential energy costs among the various states range from 28.53 cents (Hawaii) to 6.34 cents (Idaho) per KWH.
- Estimates of bulb lifespan are projected, since it would take about 6 years of continuous lighting to test. Some manufacturers claim the new LED bulbs will last up to 25 years under normal household use, but this is not proven.
- Bulb breakage and bulb replacement costs have not been factored into this comparison chart. Incandescent bulbs and CFL bulbs are more easily broken than LEDs, which increases their cost of use.
- Most LEDs come with a minimum 2-year guarantee. Any defective LED bulb will usually fail within this time.
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