LEDs have an extremely long lifespan. LEDs generally boast a 50,000 hr. lifespan; compare this to a traditional incandescent LED, which has an average lifespan of 1000 hrs. This equates to approximately 32 years if the LED was in use four hours a day. In this scenario you would need to replace an incandescent LED 50 times to equal the lifespan of the 1 LED.
DID YOU KNOW?
- LEDs could last up to 30yrs (5hrs use/day)
- LEDs can reduce your lighting bill by UP TO 90%
- LEDs are available in a variety of colors including Warm White and Cool White
- LEDs can be dimmed
- LEDs can be Retrofit Globes or New fittings
- LEDs save the environment
- LEDs are 100% Recyclable
- LEDs have lit an entire house for 350 watts
What is LED?
Light Emitting Diodes or LEDs are semiconductors that emit light. A Light Emitting Diode is a solid-state semiconductor device that converts electrical energy directly into light.
Efficacy and power saving.
Most energy used by the LED is converted into light, not heat. Traditional lighting is relatively inefficient due to the large amounts of heat generated in the production of light.
There is up to 90% energy saving compared to traditional lights.
Carbon footprint and environmental impact
LEDs are 100% recyclable, meaning less ends up in landfill sites. Their extremely long life converts to less lights being manufactured. Consider 50 incandescent LED are needed to one LED! Greenhouse emissions are also significantly reduced, often by up to 90%.
A single kilowatt-hour of electricity will generate 610 g of CO2 emissions
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