Friday, 24 March 2017

LED Circular Celing Light - It's Time To Change

The LED Circular Ceiling Light started to be considered an alternative solution to the energy-consuming light bulb only in the late '90s and, since then, the producers have been struggling to increase the light quality level and lower the costs, together with finding creative designs for the new lamps.

The classic incandescent light bulb, a favorite light source for more than 100 years, fits the needs of the beginning of the century, but its low energy efficiency is a serious problem that prevents it from remaining in the top of the lighting devices.

A big part of the energy consumed by the incandescent bulb (almost 95%) is used to make the metal filament incandescent and that energy is dissipated as heat, which, in fact, makes the metal burn and is the cause of the short life period of the incandescent light bulb.

The survival of the fittest is here as important as in the animal world. The 80s was the decade when the need to eliminate the loss of energy by heating the metal filament became more obvious. For that purpose, the fluorescent lamps appeared as a better alternative to the classic bulbs. 

In this type of lamps, the energy needed to heat the filament was replaced by the capability of some materials to emit light while they are bombarded with energy. 

The most serious problem of these sources of light was the toxicity of their components and the fragility of the tube. This problem became an issue, because the broken tubes can poison the environment.

The evolution to the these lights was forced by the need to get an economical solution to all these problems and to prevent the appearance of further more.

Even though the first LED ceiling light was not welcomed with open arms by everyone, arduous research brought them to such a level that they are now the perfect answer to all of the problems mentioned before. By using these LEDs, the energy consumption is reduced with an amazing 80%.

The LED ones creates light by means of a "cold" process, when current is sent to a semi-conductor usually made from gallium arsenide or phosphorus. The light obtained by this method is not visible to insects, which are known to be attracted by the classic lights.

This type of light is concentrated in one spot. Therefore, in order to replace the classic incandescent bulbs, you need a bunch of them. The intensity of the current variations in the power grid when turning on 100 LEDs simultaneously is insignificant, while doing the same with 10 incandescent light bulbs would create a serious consumption.

Another advantage of this system is that you will always know when its lifespan is nearing an end, since the emitted light will visibly dim in intensity. 

One of the problems with the classic systems is that they have a tendency to break all of a sudden and leave you wondering in the dark. This is why it has become more a necessity than a trend all over the world to replace the old lighting systems with this modern and economic LED ceiling light.

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