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Led Lightings Rated Life

The manufacturer must publish a nominal lifetime for their LED bulbs – lighting hours and cycles. How can you know so well, and we customers must rely on this information?

10, 15, 25 years or even longer lifetime promise LED providers for their lamps and luminaries. Many models that may well be, but you can’t really know. Finally LED lighting is used in the budget until more than five years to any significant extent. In addition, this information refers not on continuous operation, but only an average of 2.7 hours activity per day. Continue reading Led Lightings Rated Life

LED Filament Bulbs with Affordable Introductory Price

Many consumers mourn you always still behind, the “good old” light bulb. Often, they forget that she was a very beautiful energy hog not so good, but in truth—especially compared to LED lights. Finally, there is now a solution that combines the best of two light sources: energy efficiency of LED and the beautiful light of a light bulb. Continue reading LED Filament Bulbs with Affordable Introductory Price

Where to Buy LED Bulbs

If you read clicks, you are aware of the energy challenges facing our society today. Consume less and better part of your concerns, and when you have the opportunity, you apply already the right gestures efficiency.

A perfect opportunity to replace your light bulbs

Even if you have already started to replace your bulbs at the end by LED, you do it gradually and still you probably the halogen, compact fluorescent or maybe even filament.

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How to Choose LED Color Temperature

Color temperature also called tint is measured on a scale where values ​​are given in Kelvin scale ranges generally from 1,000 kelvins (K) to 10 000K, where a lower value means a warmer temperature of the light. With warm white light is meant not how many degrees the light is but rather what tone it has.

A warm white light is usually in the range of 2500-3500K and have a yellowish glow. A low value on the Kelvin scale gives a reddish glow and a higher value a bluish light.

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