Wednesday, 19 July 2017

How To Use LED Fluorescent Lamps

LEDs or Light emitting diode in recent years gained considerable prominence as awareness and concerns about environment increased. LED fluorescent lamps are made up of a number of semiconductor diodes. 

They have now risen in importance and today we heavily depend on them for a majority of modern day electronic gadgets which we can think of.

LED lighting bulbs
are tiny bulbs which can easily fit in an electrical circuit but unlike conventional bulbs they do not have filament tube, their illumination solely depends on the movement of electrons through the semi-conductor medium. 

This enables them to last much longer and be much more efficient than the traditional bulbs. Today even TVs use LED diodes, as such making them slimmer and help deliver a better picture quality.

In spite of these significant advantages LED light tubes still have to play a second fiddle to incandescent and fluorescent bulbs, because of the price factor. 

As such, by proper and intelligent use of lights, you can in fact reduce the high costs involved in purchase of LEDs.

Install LEDs in inaccessible light fixtures:

The benefit of LEDs is that they last as long as 10 years which is significantly longer than their incandescent counterparts. This makes them ideal in very high ceiling light fixtures, recessed lighting and even hanging pendant lamps.

LED lighting
 in frequently used areas:

It makes sense to install your LED lighting bulbs in this area, simply because usage of energy efficient bulbs will result in a huge reduction in your electricity bill and since they last long, the return on investment will also be eventually high.

Ideal for use in task lighting:

It is true that LEDs with their sharp light features lack the warmth of the incandescent bulbs. As such, this makes LEDs useful in important tasks as they reduce strain on your eyes by giving ample light, it could be installed in places like the kitchen, or your work desk.

Replace Floodlights with LEDs

Halogen bulbs have for far too long occupied an important position in outdoor lighting, as such they burn out quickly and release a lot of heat. 

LED ones can thus be good counter to them because they consume less electricity and give ample amount of light without producing too much of heat.

Garage Lighting

Garages are ideal for installing LED light tubes. Traditionally, halogen or incandescent bulbs have been used in lighting up a garage. 

However, garage being a confined space the halogen bulbs cause too much heat and traditional light bulbs insufficiently illuminate the garage, on the other hand, LEDs remove both these problems by emitting ample amount of light without producing too much heat.

Integrate with computer control

There are energy management systems which efficiently manage electric consumption and the use of LED fluorescent lamp makes it easy for these systems to control and manage electricity usage.

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