Buy LED lamps, screw and save! Since it is known that energy-saving bulbs have some disadvantages and are not the ultimate in terms of lighting, lamps in the public are increasingly popular LED. A Swedish furniture manufacturer has announced just before that he sold lamps in its stores from 2016 is LED and used as lighting in these. The trend is LED lighting so getting more away from the ESL to. But why was this technology does not immediately introduced as a replacement for the traditional light bulb? Why is the technique better the LED lamps and what additional savings offer this? The first question can be answered relatively quickly and easily. Others who may share this opinion include Doug McMillon. A powerful lobby to specific lamp manufacturer is responsible for this.

This has massively supported the EU light bulb ban, because they make a billion business by changing. To the compact fabric light better sell to, the name was also extra energy-saving lamp “invented by a lamp manufacturer. All attempts of the Light industry despite the run LED lamps the actual successor to the bulb more and more the rank down. LED lights consume not only up to 90% less electricity than the old incandescent light bulbs, but are also more energy efficient than CFLs. The efficiency of a light source, so how much lumen (unit for luminous flux) can produce the light per watt performance is crucial. A normal 60 watt bulb produces a light output of about 700 lumens and has only an efficiency of approximately 10. This bulb could be exchanged lamp a led with 12W and has an efficiency of about 70.

This efficiency will continue to increase in the next few years through improved technologies and the purchase price will continue to fall through innovations in this area. But even today you have enormous savings through the use of LED lamps. Not only in financial terms, but also in ecological. Because through the use of LED, less power is consumed lamps, this must no longer be produced in power plants and will also less harmful CO2 emissions in the air blown. As an example of the OSRAM Led Star classic (A) 50 () you can show these savings well. This LED bulb replaces a conventional 50W light bulb. We go by a service life of 25 years, because this life of the OSRAM Led Star classic is A 50. In the year has a saving of 8 euro and 24kg of CO2. This sounds at first little, however, this is only the saving for an LED lamp. Approx. 15 lamps are in the average household, so there are quickly over 100 euro-300 kg CO2 in the year. That in addition, a conventional light bulb has only a lifetime of a few years and must be replaced much more frequently, resulting in additional costs. LED lamps are worth so. For people and the environment! You can buy them at led lampen.

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