What are LEDs?
An LED is a light emitting diode. Its light is produced by an
electrical current passing through a semi conductive material, so it does
not require a filament like an incandescent bulb.
LEDs have advanced at remarkable rates to enable an entirely new
category of lighting that will change our approach to our everyday lighting.
LED lighting is highly efficient, long lasting, environmentally friendly and
inherently controllable - enabling both new and traditional applications of
LEDs consume less electric power. An LED bulb utilizes around 10
watts of energy that is confirmed to be 10 times less energy consuming than
an incandescent bulb, which utilizes up to 100 watts of electricity. The
lengthy hours of usage and energy saving functions of LEDs will definitely
support you to save more when compared with continually buying other
inexpensive light bulbs that have shorter life span and have no
energy-saving functions. Durability is another feature of LED lighting. They
don't have glass tubes that may break and trigger injury. They are made of
materials that do not generate toxic chemicals like that of incandescent and
also fluorescent bulbs. Lastly, LED lights generate pure light which has no
flicker and causes no glare.
- 90% Energy Saving vs. Incandescent Bulbs
- 50% Energy Saving vs. Tube Lights and CFLs
- 60% Energy Saving vs. HID, Halogen, Metal Halide
- Upto 10 times longer life than other lighting
- No noticeable decay in Light Output or Color even after
years of use
- Suitable for Instant Start and Flicker Operation with no
reduction in life
- Withstands harsh environments and shock, vibration
without any damage
- Wide operating Temperature and Voltage Range while
maintaining same brightness
- Eco-friendly to manufacture; uses less raw materials Vs.
other lighting technologies and Zero Mercury