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LED lighting differs from incandescent and compact fluorescent lighting in several ways. When properly designed, LED lighting solutions can offer higher efficiency, increased durability, and significantly longer life than traditional light sources. Traditional lighting products leverage standard bulb shapes and historical base types (Example: A19 with E26 medium base). LED lighting products, on the other […]

LED is highly energy efficient, Less heat, more light, lower cost Use less electricity for the same light output – 85% less electricity when compared to conventional lighting and around 18% less electricity compared to CFL. Worldwide, around 20% of electricity is consumed in lighting. LED can make a big impact on your energy use. […]

An ordinary incandescent (ICL) bulb is an extremely energy inefficient for lighting when compared to LED. A ICL bulb requires 60 watts of power to emit 350-400 lumen of light (unit of light) while CFL lights emit 450-550 lumen of light on 14-16 watts. However, they have issues because of their hazardous mercury coat. LED […]