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Advantages of using LED Lighting

How Efficient are LED lights?

Let's look at a comparison of LED lighting with other light sources to understand the efficiency factor.


How Long do LED Lights Last?

The estimated lifespan of our products is over 80.000 hours.

According to a test report of Philips Lumileds, light output will decrease 10% at the end of 20.000 hours and 30% at the end of 65,000 hours.



Is the Light Usage Better with LED Lights?

Some non LED light sources that are used in industrial lighting, have high bulb efficiency. But reflectors are used to direct the light to the illuminated surface. In this case most of the light is unused and scattered around, to add to that, the reflectors get dulled over time causing further degradation of the light output.

This is not the case with LED lighting since almost 85% of the light is directed to the illuminated surface.

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Is the Light Quality Superior with LED Lights?

Yes. LED lights provide high quality (high CRI) light. Colors observed under LED lights are as they would be under sunlight. The flickering of light in gas discharge and fluorescent bulbs is totally prevented.

We also provide CRI as high as 90 for specialized applications.


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Do LED Lights have Higher Lumen Maintenance?

Lumen output of high intensity discharge lamps starts decreasing rapidly after a few thousands of hours of use. After 10.000 hours of operation the lumen output of most metal halide lamps decrease 30%, while for high quality LEDs it is less than 5%.

LED based systems do not need maintenance and hence have a longer service life as compared to conventional systems.



Is the Light Distribution Even with LED Lights?

Conventional lighting fixtures cause higher or lower than required illuminated areas. With the use of appropriate lenses in our lighting fixtures we ensure an even light distribution. 




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Are LED Lights Eco-friendly?

Sodium lamps, mercury lamps, fluorescent lamps and metal halide lamps all contain excess amounts of mercury, which causes pollution of water and soil.

Being a green product, LED lighting contains none of the restricted substances (lead, mercury, cadmium etc.) according to RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances).

Using LED lighting uses less energy, less pollution caused by power plants and less CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.

Since LED lighting is highly directional it prevents light pollution, thereby giving us a more pleasant night sky.


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