Friday, September 9, 2011

The promise of a good future for LED lamps

Conventional incandescent bulb and compact fluorescent (CFL) are quickly replacing by LED bulbs, and this in domestic and commercial project. The consumer experience with compact fluorescent bulbs (CFLs) is often poor, which resulted to a slow diffusion of this product.

At the same time, LED bulbs have become brighter to achieve an efficiency of 50 lumens per watt.

One of the key objectives about LED bulbs is to be able to reproduce the light like sun light. At that time LEDs offer a more pleasant light quality, are mechanically robust and, are available in a variety of models, which means they can easily replace any incandescent bulb.

But the most important: the economic argument is really persuasive. Although LED bulbs still have a significantly higher cost than incandescent bulbs, they also have a lifespan of 30,000 hours or more and save between 75% and 80% more due to their high efficiency.

This permit to amortize the initial investment in a acceptable period. It is expected that LED bulbs replace other forms of domestic and commercial lighting in the coming years. This will not only reduce energy costs, but also avoid maintenance requirements and provide new opportunities for creativity in lighting installations.

Understanding the data presented in reference to the performance of the bulbs and their operating life is key to making an appropriate choice of product.

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