1.Q: What are the advantages of LED Lights?
A: LED (Light-Emitting Diode) Lights offer a variety of advantages over conventional light sources including lower electricity consumption, much longer lifetime, higher durability, no ultraviolet and infrared radiation, low heat and smaller size.
2.Q: Can I directly replace my existing lamps with LED lamps?
A: The LED Lights we offer are direct replacement of incandescent, halogen and compact fluorescent lamps. This means that you do not want to do any changes to your existing system.
3.Q: Why should we choose LED lamps on the cheaper lamps that are traditional?
A: Consider not only the initial price of the lamp, but the true cost of light, which includes the cost of power, replacement and upkeep costs.
- LED lights use much less energy. Whenever installed at applications with long work hours the electricity that is saved brings the payback time for you to less than 2 years.
- LED lights have considerably longer life, from 30,000 to 50,000 hours. Imagine you do not have to change your lamps for the next 20 years, particularly those hard to reach light fixtures.
For commercial applications long life LED Lights suggest lower replacement costs and no more group relamping. Taken into consideration reduced upkeep costs, the ROI (Return Of Investment) time for LED lights can be less than 12 months.
LED lamps produce really heat that is little reducing the power utilized by the air conditioner.
LED light has no harmful UV (ultraviolet) and IR (infrared) rays.
LED lamps contain NO mercury like the lamps that are fluorescent. LED Lights are completely safe for the Nature and can be disposed as ordinary waste.
4.Q: Will the Low Voltage LED lamps work with my existing transformer?
A: Low Voltage LED lights are compatible with magnetic transformers used with VAC lighting. If you have an electronic transformer one LED lamp may not work due to its really power consumption that is low. To work properly most electronic transformers require a minimum load greater than the 3-watt utilized by our LED Spot Lights. When connecting a few LED lamps to one transformer the load increases to a point where the usage of a transformer that is electronic appropriate.
5.Q: How exactly does A led work?
A: The LED (Light Emitting Diode) is an electronic light source that works by the effect of electroluminescence. When a semiconductor diode is turned on electrons recombine with holes and power is released as light.
6.Q: what's the color of the light from a LED?
The color that is light of Lamps is measured by Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) in Kelvins. Contemporary High Power LEDs are covered with phosphor to convert light from a blue LED to a wide spectrum white light. Most common LED Light colors used are:
Warm White (Soft White) - 2,700 - 3,300 K - the colour of the light of an old-fashioned incandescent bulb
Cool White - around 4,000 K - similar to moonlight, xenon lamp color that is light
Daylight White > 5,000K - looks like flashlight, or typical daylight.
7.Q: What's Color Rendering Index?
A: The Color Rendering Index (CRI) is measuring the capability of a light source to simulate the colors of different objects accurately in comparison to the sunshine. The CRI is widely used as a measurement of the quality of the light although there are critics of the subjective color rendering in practice. Higher CRI corresponds to etter quality light, in scale from 0 to 100.
8.Q: What is the CRI of LED light?
A: Generally LED lamps score above CRI 80, which will be more than many other light sources. LED Lamps with CRI above 90 are used for artistic assessment tasks.