LED provides the environmental change
LED lighting is becoming more widely used throughout the world.
Taking into account both energy and replacement costs, LED lights are both less expensive and more environmentally friendly than incandescent or CFL lights. This is a significant statement to be able to make when discussing environmental technologies. Usually there is some sort of compromise between environmental pollution and cost.
In addition to this, there are other benefits such as no hum, and better control of lighting color and rendition. LED bulbs can be purchased at specific temperatures, with lenses that control the direction of light at various angles.
LED (Light Emitting Diode) products originated from the electronics industry and are silicon based like many other electronic components generally found in products like computers, stereos and TVs. LEDs were used for indication lights on those products, but the technology has come along in leaps and bounds, with LED lights now being used for general purpose illumination in household, office, commercial and industrial lighting applications.
This form of LED lighting is far superior to conventional lighting systems. A standard halogen downlight globe has a life expectancy of approximately 3,000 hours. An LED downlight globe has a life expectancy of 50,000+ hours, which means an LED globe will normally outlast a conventional globe by at least 15 times. LED lights have an exceptionally long life, are ultra low maintenance and have extremely efficient light output per watt. This means a reduction in carbon emissions into the environment through reduced replacement lamps, reduced power consumption, reduced maintenance involved with lamp replacements and far less waste in rubbish depots.
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