LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) are the newest and most exciting technological advancement in the lighting business, which has acquired appeal in our market due to their benefits – excellent quality illumination, long life, and endurance – The service life of light sources based on semiconductor technologies P and N is up to 20 times that of fluorescent or incandescent bulbs. This makes it simple to list the numerous benefits of LED lighting.
For many years, light-emitting diodes have been an important component in electronics. Still, they only recently have acquired popularity due to high-power LEDs that produce enough light to be used as a substitute for mercury fluorescent lamps, incandescent lamps, or so-called energy-saving fluorescent bulbs.
There are LED sources and modules on the market right now that are powerful enough to be used as infrastructure lightings, such as street or park lighting, and architecture illumination for office buildings, stadiums, and bridges. They can also be used as a prime source of light in manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and offices.
• Voltage range: 85-265 volts
• Dimensions: 200 mm x 160 mm x 60 mm
• The wall light’s design may readily match the house’s interior/landscape.
• Because it is waterproof, it can be used outside.
• It is long-lasting and compact.
One of the most significant advantages of LED lights is their long service life. Compared to energy-saving lights with a service life of less than a year, LEDs used in this sort of illumination have high work efficiency and can last up to 11 years.
LEDs are now the most energy-efficient type of lighting, consuming far less energy (electricity) than incandescent, fluorescent, metal halide, or mercury lamps while maintaining a luminous efficiency of 80-90 percent.
Impact and temperature resistance: Unlike traditional lighting, LED lighting does not contain any filaments or glass parts, extremely sensitive to blows and bumps.
Environmental benefits: unlike energy-saving lights, LED lighting does not include toxic chemicals such as mercury or other metals harmful to the environment. It is 100 percent recyclable, which helps to minimize carbon dioxide emissions.
The ambient operating temperature heavily influences the lighting quality of diodes. At high temperatures, the characteristics of the current traveling through the semiconductor elements change, which can cause the LED module to burn out.
Compared to traditional light sources, LED lighting is a more expensive investment. However, it is crucial to remember that the lifespan is significantly longer than normal light bulbs, and it consumes many times less energy.
When installing lights in specialized areas such as warehouses, parking lots, or general outdoor illumination, it is vital to have fixtures protected against infiltration such as dust, water, and humidity. As a result, the fixtures must be IP certified (Ingress Protection). Furthermore, the long life of LEDs is a significant benefit. With an average lifetime of 70 000 hours, you may expect to see significant savings in your energy expenditures and expenses.