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How to Have Sustainable Exterior Lighting?

A product can be considered sustainable when there is a combination of factors to which cause the least possible or no impact to the environment, as the method of production, the durability and the raw material used. The LED complies with these and other measures that make it more sustainable lighting system, currently being produced with no heavy metals or toxic and have a high durability. A good quality LED bulb can last up to 50,000 hours, more than 30 times the offered by a standard bulb. Continue reading

Understand How Does the Presence Sensor LED Light Bulbs

The presence sensor is a device that, when it detects motion through waves, triggers any lighting lamp, reflector etc. That means that the light is turned on only when the person is in this space and stays on when detecting any movement or for a predetermined time, if the person is left standing. Both the distance range as the field of view can and must be adjusted to ensure the best use. Continue reading

LED LIGHT BULB – Differences and Advantages

LED LAMPS-what are they? Differences and advantages.

Qualities and differences

Advantages:
Reduced maintenance costs. In function of your long service life, maintenance is much smaller, representing lower costs. Continue reading

What Reveals The Angle About The Magnitude Of (Led) Lamps

Since the 01.09.2013 light means packaging full of information. But really help to find the right light source among all the possibilities? In our new series of articles, which begins today with the topic of beam angle, we turn to the parameters that are understood not readily and show that they are responsible for what visible differences. Continue reading

LED GU10 Lamp Holder

GU10 base-subtle lamp socket 230V

As one of the formats with so-called Bipin socket feet the G10 was developed base in connection with modern halogen lamps. Paragraph 10 States that the lamp pins have a spacing of 10 mm. This IEC standardized lamp holder is suitable for direct connection to high voltage reflector lamps with 230 Volt.

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