LED lights do not produce any ultraviolet light, making them a better choice for homes that house expensive artwork and furnishings that can become damaged by UV rays over time. One LED light bulb can outlast 30 incandescent bulbs. LED lights operate at lower temperatures than halogen and incandescent lights.
The latest in LED system electronics, thermal management, and mechanical and optical design, making the advantages of LED lighting a practical reality.
LED light bulbs will be what we use to replace incandescent bulbs – Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFLs) are a temporary solution to energy-efficient lighting. The reason LEDs have not yet displaced CFLs from the market are twofold: the first generation LED bulbs had a narrow and focused light beam, and the up-front costs of the LED bulbs are higher than incandescent or Compact Fluorescent Lights.
The “sticker shock” of the new LEDs remains a deterrent to their widespread acceptance by consumers. However when LED bulbs are compared with CFLs and incandescent for overall efficiency and cost-effectiveness this deterrent should vanish. When considering the number of incandescent and fluorescent bulbs needed for the lifespan of the LED, along with the energy used during that lifespan, your savings will be exponential over your purchase price.
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