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WHAT ARE LEDS?
LEDs are called as Light emitting diodes and are very small solid light bulbs. They are highly energy efficient. As they two-lead semiconductor light source, the little diodes emits light when triggered or activated. When electric supply is passed through them, they release energy in the form of photons, which, we know as light. The lower cost of LED Lights these days makes them suitable for aggressive use in Home and commercial segment.
LED IS ENERGY EFFICIENT - LESS HEAT, MORE LIGHT, LOWER COST
Led’s use significant less electricity for the same light output, for example it consumes 85 % less electricity in comparison to conventional lighting and around 20 % less when compared to compact fluorescent lamp. They can have a huge impact worldwide on energy savings.
LED LAMPS LAST MUCH LONGER - SAVING EVEN MORE
Typically LED lamps have a lifetime of 25,000 hours - that is over 22 years if used for 3 hours per day. Plus, with no filament LED lamps are more robust. This will result in you saving money on replacement lamps and building maintenance. Conventional bulbs last around 1,000-2,000 hours (1-2 years) and CFL around 6,000 -15,000 hours (6 to 13 years).
LED IS INSTANT ON - NO WAITING FOR LIGHT
LED lamps switch ON and OFF instantly and are flicker free - There is no warm up time unlike many CFLs
LED IS SAFE - MERCURY FREE - UNLIKE CFL
A small amount of Mercury is used in CFL bulbs, making them unsafe if mercury leaks at times of breakage or at times of disposal of worn out bulbs. LED is safe as it has no mercury content.
LED LAMPS LOOK THE SAME AS "TRADITIONAL" LIGHTBULBS
You may have seen early "Generation 1" LED lamps that looked more like an alien spaceship than a lightbulb, however, there have been massive advances in LED design so that now LED lamps look nearly identical to the filament and halogen bulbs that you want to replace. They even use similar fixtures so your old fixtures don't become redundant.
LED GETS THE GREEN LIGHT - MORE LIGHT WITH MUCH LESS ENERGY
Over the lifetime of an LED product, less electricity and replacement products are used; saving even more energy in transportation, packaging and maintenance when compared to conventional lamps. All this adds up to lower CO2 emissions, a win-win for you and the environment. As LED lamps are very efficient, they are the perfect product to compliment renewable energy sources such as solar panels or wind power.
LEDS RUN COOLER AND CAN BE SAFER
LED lamps run much cool unlike traditional bulbs and halogens. Using LED will allow a heating or air-conditioning system to run more effectively. When lamps run cooler they minimise the deterioration to light fittings, shades and decoration which can occur with hot lamps - so your light fittings will last longer.
LED IS FUN
The range of LED products is increasing and products like LED strips that can change colour and brightness make it easier to produce light effects almost anywhere.
With falling prices of LED products, long-term increases in energy costs tied with improving efficiency of LED, with more light for each unit of energy the argument to switch to LED now is very compelling as payback periods become shorter. Check our rough calculations on your savings on switching to LED from conventional and CFL bulbs
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