Posts Tagged ‘LED bulb’
Advantages of GU10 LED Bulb

More and even more individuals are utilizing LED brightness bulbs for just about any amount of purposes. True, there are people that are very hesitant in altering in the direction of the LED lighting plan merely as a end result of its price; however,

Aug 3rd, 2012 | Filed under LED Light
Led car lights

Car lights are the most important part of the car. It is like the eyes of human being without its movement other activities are not possible. Sometimes lights can be use as a mode of communication. In the category of led car lights led light lamp is the product available in the market. These led car lights provide powerful and bright light that allows driver to drive with a high level of visibility at night. Lights are arranged depressively in this head light. This led light consumes only 5w light that gives high performance of battery.

Energy consumption of this light is below the average consumption, for these led car lights it is only tenth time and the life of this high quality head lamp is fifty thousand hours. These led car lights reduces the oxidation of vehicle because these bulbs do not contain filament which helps heat to dissolve

May 29th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light
Led festoon bulbs for other uses

There are various Led festoon bulbs in the market today for both automotives and other uses. They are manufactured by various companies and give good and impressive lighting to the user.

Some of the commonly used Led festoon bulbs in the market include the 10mm high powered automotive bulb red in color. This is mainly used in top lighting and reading light inside the vehicle. It also acts as an overhaul light. It is easy to install with longer hours of up to fifty thousand hours. It is among the energy saver sold at a guarantee of one year.

You can also purchase the customized colored 1.5 watts bulb. It has a capacity of twelve volt but one can also find lower voltages. These are applicable as the

May 29th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light
Features of GU10 LED

Remote Controls, motherboards, digital clock displays, television and computer screens; these are just a few of the many applications that the eclectic LED (Light Emitting Diode) serves. Now we can add lighting to this list, as the development of more powerful LEDs has made them a viable, energy saving substitute for our traditional incandescent and halogen bulbs. There are a huge variety of LED Bulbs available on the market which are designed for a huge range of applications including, ambient lighting schemes, interior design lighting, architectural lighting and outdoor lighting, but by far some of the most popular and impressive are GU10 LED.

But what is it that makes GU10 LED a popular choice? Well, among other things, they are versatile, ubiquitous and offer a wide range of applications without failing to be completely user friendly in both design and usability. Most people are familiar

May 28th, 2012 | Filed under LED Light
The app of Dimmable LED destinations and Bulbs

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