Lighting. Monday , September 17th , 2018 - 03:20:20 AM
Sunlight will always be more effective then electric. But that doesn't mean that you shouldn't use electric light. It can be very helpful when trying to create different light effects inside your house. How to maximize electric light? Think of something more interesting then just one lamp in the center of your ceiling. What about using spotlights to mark out some small special things? Try to create several levels of lighting: one of them can be on the ceiling, then table lights, different kinds of uplighters. Place your light sources in various places of the room - let them emphasize the specifics of your living space. Don't forget to differentiate electric lighting controls - it's not always good to have too much of light.
The key decision that must then be made is what the most suitable replacement lighting is, after all there seem to be a massive range of different lighting all claiming to save you money and save the environment. The most talked about technology at the moment is LED lighting but it isn't suitable to replace everything; so what sort of lighting should you get?
LED is regarded as the most effective form of low energy lighting available and many in the industry expect it to have a market share of around 50-60% by 2020. Unlike some other forms of lighting, in particular incandescent, LEDs are efficient because most of their electrical energy goes towards the light-production process. An incandescent bulb, for example, requires its filament to glow white-hot before producing visible light, thus heat is generated as a wasteful by-product which uses around 80% of electrical power. In comparison, less than 10% of LED electrical consumption is emitted in the form of heat.
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