First, the LED light is the result of a particular release process of photons from light-emitting diodes, semiconductor materials that can produce a high amount of photons without generating heat like it happens for incandescent light bulbs.
The lifetime of an LED lamp is approximately 50.000 hours, after which there is a decline in brightness up to 70 percent of its original power.
If this decline allows the lamp to continue to enlighten worthily an environment, can be used again until reaching the 100.000 hours before running out completely.
LED lighting: all the benefits
LED bulbs are suitable for any use, are frequently used at home or in cars, as well as on the premises or for public lighting in town and this just for the innumerable benefits they produce.
The benefits of using LED lamps are varied, and among the most interesting include:
- Switch on instantly at full light output
- Temperature unchanged because they don’t generate heat
- No problem in the disposal and zero harm to the environment
- Anything emitting UV rays
- Consumption of .166667 of traditional bulbs
- Consequent saving of 90% in the bill with respect to the use of incandescent light bulbs
- Duration up to 6250 days for full light output (50.000 hours)
Speaking of the latter figure, it should be noted that with an average use of an LED bulb about 8 hours a day, the duration of the latter is about 17 years, despite 2 years of halogen light bulbs, and 4 months of media of traditional bulbs.
Maybe the costs of LED bulbs are still quite high compared to traditional bulbs, but the benefits justify the price difference.
The perfect combination for indoor lighting
Everyone who has tried to figure out how to light house at best, without spending a fortune, have come to the conclusion that only install LED bulbs throughout the house is not as simple as you might think, and especially if it’s a new house where the lighting system at zero, the expense is considerable.