led lighting advantages and disadvantages

by:DGT Lighting     2020-07-25
LED lighting is not a new technology.
In fact, it has been with us since 1960s.
LED bulbs were originally used as replacements for incandescent indicator and display in laboratory equipment and were eventually used for TVs, watches, radios and calculators.
It was not until recently that the price of the LED had fallen enough to make it viable in the residential and commercial markets.
LED home lighting can include anything from outdoor to Christmas lights.
With the current South African energy crisis approaching and the pressure from governments and businesses on more sustainable energy solutions, LED lights have a bright future in space lighting solutions.
The main advantages of using LED lights first of all, LED lights are much more efficient than any other lighting alternatives currently on the market.
The service life of the LED bulb is 100,000 hours, which runs continuously for 11 years and 50% for 22 years.
Compare it with the life of incandescent lamps of about 5,000 hours and the life of fluorescent lamps of about 10,000 hours.
Many companies believe that the life of LED bulbs is very attractive.
Imagine just changing the signage on a commercial property every 11 years.
For incandescent and fluorescent bulbs, the real cost of the bulb should include the labor costs and time required to replace the bulb.
The LED lights actually eliminate the cost of lighting maintenance.
Compared to conventional lighting, the second major and key advantage of using LED lighting is the reduction of power consumption.
The LED bulb is capable of converting 80% of the electricity into light energy.
The remaining 20% of electricity is lost as thermal energy.
Incandescent lamps convert only 20% of the electricity into actual light energy, which means that 80% of the electricity will be lost in the form of thermal energy.
If you compare the 80% efficiency of LED lights [
Http: The main drawback of using LED lighting is that the current cost of LED bulbs is high.
Although the cost of LED lights in South Africa is steadily declining, replacing 100 W incandescent lamps with LED alternatives may cost about 5 KW.
Start-up costs seem daunting, but LED bulbs pay for themselves over time as they can last 11 years and save a lot of money on electricity.
It makes a lot of sense for businesses to use LED lights, as reduced maintenance costs exceed steep start-up costs --up cost.
Leading businesses are doing a wide range of blue chip companies and hotels in South Africa, such as Woolworth, CFC, Sasol, Caltex, Protea Hotel Group and Ster Kinekor, currently
LED lights are used from stair lighting, lighting lines, wall washing lights and signage lighting to color
Change Digital and control, building lighting, and chilled lighting.
These businesses have recognized LED as the preferred solution for future lighting.
LED light bulb start-
As costs fall, more companies will follow these business leaders to discover a painless lighting solution that can last ten years and save them money.
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