LED Lighting

What’s the difference?

An LED light uses tiny light-emitting diodes. This new type of lighting also directs light more accurately. A traditional bulb pushes light out in all directions, whereas an LED light focuses its lighting in a more efficient way. It also emits far less heat. Heat energy from a light bulb is proof of its inefficiency as the energy should be coming out as light, not heat.

Lighting Solutions

Thanks to its size and efficiency, LED lighting is appearing in workplaces, homes – pretty much everywhere. Commonly seen in down lights, they remove the need for lampshades, strip lighting and dangling light shades. This lighting integrates really well into corridors, hallways, kitchens and business displays.

Speak to one of our advisors or visit the store – by integrating our range of LED lighting products, you’ll maximise ways of cutting your bills.

For LED globes and down lights, we have the GL and DL series, while for ceiling lights, there’s the CL series. Competitively priced and built to exacting standards, LED lighting will prove more cost effective than your current lighting setup.

Energy Saving with LED Lighting

It’s possible to cut energy bills by 85% when you bring in quality LED lighting. LED technology is also easy to retrofit, making the swap-over very straightforward in both commercial and residential settings.

Financially, it’s a very smart move as you’ll be cutting costs, and environmentally, you’ll be helping reduce emissions and limiting demand on energy sources.

Long-term Benefits

LED lighting lasts a very long time and the benefits extend beyond visual and practical implications. By introducing LED lights into residential or commercial settings, you are reducing carbon emissions – and unlike regular lighting, it doesn’t contain mercury.

Average LED life span is 40,000 hours of use or 20 years – the light provided is also safer. This is because there is no harmful strobe or glare, and no UV or infrared radiation.

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LED Theory

LED is an abbreviation for Light Emitting Diode. It is a solid-state semiconductor device, which can directly convert electricity into light. LED’s heart is a semiconductor chip, the chip is attached to one end of a lead frame, one end of which is the cathode and another end connects to the anode, so that the whole chip is encapsulated by epoxy. The semiconductor chip consists of two parts, one is P-type semiconductor, ts cavity holds dominant position, on the other side is the N-type semiconductor, on that side the main part is electron. However, when the two kinds of semiconductors connected, between them there forms a PN junction. When the current runs through the wire and act on the chip, the electron will be pushed to P area and recombination with the cavity, and then it will emit energy in the form of photon, this is the LED light-emitting theory. The wavelength of light indicates the color of light, and which is determined by the material of PN junction.

Advantages of LED:

  • Low-voltage to drive, low energy consumption
  • High luminance, high luminous efficiency
  • Long life, up to 100,000 hours
  • Green, environmental protection, no pollution
  • Overall color
  • Short response time
  • Low-voltage to drive, low energy consumption
  • Flexible design and application