types of energy saving light bulbs

by:DGT Lighting     2020-05-25
One of the most important and striking changes in our quest for a green world is the emphasis on energy conservation and energy efficiency.
In the great changes we have seen in the past few decades, the shift from energy consumption and maintenance to energy conservation is widely considered very beneficial, it will bring direct and tangible results to a better world.
There are three types of energy-saving bulbs in the treatment of light energy: a)
Compact fluorescent lamp (CFL)b)Halogens c)
LEDs (LED)
Among them, the last one is considered the most expensive type, but the benefits over other types far outweigh the cost.
Some of the simple benefits are: 90% reduction in energy usage, longer duration, sometimes 20 years, and light up immediately when the switch is turned on, depending on usage. There is no mercury. The low temperature does not affect the output of these factors, and the performance of CFLs and halogen is far below the standard.
While it is undeniable that the average price of LED bulbs is prohibitive, recent estimates suggest that rising electricity bills require more energy-saving measures, and users of CFLs and halogen hydrocarbons are more likely than ever to switch to low-energy lighting to balance Finance
The typical use of LEDs bulbs is in electronic devices such as digital clocks, remote devices, and has not been considered for use in ordinary household bulbs until recently.
In a very short period of time, these are considered real energy-saving products and the future of home lighting.
The technology behind this is also rapidly evolving to bring about enough changes to reduce costs while providing greater brightness for home use.
Manufacturers are quickly aware of these advantages and are integrating new designs and features that will significantly reduce energy consumption and cost savings.
There was some concern about the poor quality of LEDs, but consumers and homeowners quickly realized that in the case of frequent replacement of halogen lamps and CFLs, the return on savings was much greater.
For example, in some countries, manufacturers such as low-quality and high-quality energy-saving bulbs and projection lighting guarantee that they can \"guarantee the quality and quantity of energy-saving bulbs \".
This is particularly relevant because LEDs have so far been available only at lower power and lumen levels compared to other types of energy-saving bulbs.
For consumers, it is critical that you do not compromise on the quality of the bulb.
Some important factors that help you assess quality are: Weight-
Light weight low weight bulb may not perform well in good heat dissipation
The larger the chip, the better the light quality, the better stability for the current change
Since they are a semiconductor, a constant DC power supply is required to drive for a longer life
Low quality phosphorus is sometimes used to reduce the cost of the bulb, so looking for white in different colors in the spotlight, which may be a sign of low quality
Plays an important role in lighting;
If the same optical or opaque housing is used, it does not always provide good lighting
The design, feel, appearance and strength need to be checked;
If there is no paint or powder coating applied, it is likely that the interior contains cheap quality materials.
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