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There are many kinds of lighting solutions available in the market. All these lighting equipments are designed, developed and manufactured in such a manner that they can outdo each other to gain supremacy in the market. Such tough is the competition between every lighting solution manufacturing unit that each and every one of them is trying to deliver best quality products to their customers at cheapest price.

In market main competition for supremacy is between conventional lighting solutions such as bulbs and tube lights and modern lighting equipments such as LED plug light. Although conventional lighting solutions are much cheaper but there are many disadvantages associated with them. The disadvantages are as follows:

• It emits toxic substances such as carbon dioxide and sulfur oxide in the atmosphere.

• It consumes lot of heat and energy which means higher electricity bill.

Apr 28th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light

Always check before you buy. That is the lesson for today. To avoid receiving the wrong bulbs and going through the hassle of returning them, we have devised a short buying guide to help customers make informed decisions about the LED Lights they need and the ones they eventually buy. Buying a light bulb should be as easy as it sounds.

Take Measurements

Measure the height and diameter of your fittings to make sure that your bulbs will fit. Although most LED Bulbs have a retrofit design, sometimes the bulbs might be slightly longer in length. This creates problems if you are replacing the bulbs in recessed lighting fixtures as the bulb need to fit into a small cavity behind a clear glass cover. Compare the height and diameter of the bulbs you want to buy alongside the dimensions of your light fitting.

Apr 28th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light

Choosing an LED Light Bulb with the correct beam angle is very easy and will make all the difference when it comes to furnishing your home.

A beam angle is a measurement, in degrees, that refers to the width at which light emanates from a bulb. Most light bulbs rely on a series of reflective mirrors that are designed to control the direction and spread of light. Because of the many types and styles of bulb available, these angles can vary considerably, but you will find that most retailers prefer, for the sake of simplicity, divide their products into two main

Apr 27th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light

LED light panel is a cutting-edge, ultra-thin, light source, providing lighting solutions for a variety of applications including: architectural lighting, display lighting, retail lighting, interior lighting and lighting graphics. LED light panels, is available directly applied to the opal diffuser connected to the high-impact or no ultra-thin light source with a simple graphical front panel graphics. Because LED light film is so thin, you can cut into various shapes and sizes that it opens up a whole new world of new lighting opportunities.

LED light panel is a cutting-edge, ultra-thin, light source, providing lighting solutions for a variety of applications including: architectural lighting, display lighting, retail lighting, interior lighting and lighting graphics. LED light panels, is available directly applied to the opal diffuser connected to the high-impact or no ultra-thin light source with a simple graphical front panel graphics. Because LED light film is so thin, you can cut into various shapes and sizes that it opens up a whole new world of new lighting opportunities.

LED light panel is an 8-mm thick plate of acrylic acid and high-brightness LED embedded into the edge of a channel band of light in the acrylic. To ensure the best distribution and light

Apr 27th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light

When you are purchasing a new LED flashlight, you are most likely aiming your attention towards the lumen output, the spot beam pattern, and other handy flashlight specs, not the battery problems you could potentially run into. Batteries are often not thought about until you are faced with battery complications. Truth is, you rely on batteries more often than you think and LED flashlight experts encourage you to do some research on battery options for LED flashlights when you are in the market for a new flashlight.

As batteries have a great impact on how you use your LED flashlight over its lifetime, it’s important for you to know certain information regarding batteries that may be required for LED flashlights.

Rechargeable vs. Battery Powered

Apr 26th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light

The best way to view the world at night is with bright, clear, white light, right? Whether maneuvering around a campground, looking for a lost pet, lighting one’s path for trick-or-treating, or for any other activity that requires light at night, using LED flashlights with white lights seems to be the logical lighting solution.

So why is it then that many fishermen, hunters, and military personnel prefer NOT to use white LED flashlights light while navigating at night? Well, in reality, that white light isn’t really helping our vision, it’s destroying our natural night vision. Understanding the mechanics and biological processes behind human vision will help explain why the use of LED flashlights with white light is sometimes avoided at night.

The Workings of the Human Eye

Apr 26th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light

Among the issues of LED lights dimmability is one of the latest challenges still yet to be fully solved. Dimming LEDs is theoretically easy, because analogue dimming, that is the adjustment of current, has long been an option. However, this method only works safely when used with one LED bulb. Systems of LEDs require a more sophisticated method of dimming. The two basic forms of dimming are the PWM or Pulse-Width-Modulation and the analogue dimming, both of which are switched-mode regulators. These two types are similar in the sense that they both control the time-averaged current through the diode.

Analogue dimming is a very simple way of dimming, it is the adjustment of cycle-by-cycle of the LED current regulated with a potentiometer. The current is adjusted to the LED increasing and decreasing its intensity.

The disadvantage of analogue dimming is that it only works safe as long as we dim a single light bulb. Systems of LED lights require a more refined technique. The difficulty of dimming a system of LED lights is that there are many types of LEDs, requiring different methods for dimming. If there is a system of lights we would like to dim, the various LEDs may react diversely to the same amount of current, and as the current is reduced some LEDs can turn off later or sooner than others. Also, analogue dimming largely changes the c

Apr 25th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light

The RGB LED strip light proved to be one of the most popular products at LEDcentre. Its wide range of application allows customers to use more of their imagination, decorate and create new moods in their homes or businesses to their own tastes. The most common application in businesses can be found in bars, clubs, restaurants or stage lighting for bands. Besides commercial use, household application is also very common in the kitchen or living room for instance, where mood lighting is often used. When it comes to mood lighting, and picking colours, the user’s imagination is the only limit. Both in household and commercial uses, the RGB LED strip is applied to enlighten edges of furniture, worktops, to give a touch of colour to walls, corridors, columns, steps and staircases, illuminate audio visual systems, is used as a party set or background setting for bands.

The two basic components to operate RGB LED strip

Apr 25th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light

LED is a semiconductor device. It is easy to be damaged in the assembly process by the static electricity. This requires electrostatic protectio in the assembly process. We found that many manufacturers do not have this concept or don’t understand. W

Apr 24th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light

Run time is a key trait to examine when selecting an LED flashlight or headlamp. Run time measures how long a flashlight or headlamp will work on one set of batteries. This measurement is important for many different reasons. For example, an enthusiastic fisherman might select an LED flashlight based on run time because he hates switching out batteries during out-back fishing expeditions. In a wilderness or home emergency, particularly if batteries are scarce, your flashlight’s run time could become a critical factor in your survival. Every consumer can appreciate run time as an indication of a flashlight’s efficiency; well made models will typically feature longer run times.

How Run Time is Measured

Apr 24th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light