Lighting. Thursday , September 20th , 2018 - 01:53:21 AM
Indoor lighting is usually taking the place of natural light, or enhancing it. Various rooms in the house or office many already receive natural illumination during the day but need additional help, and of course, at night the lighting needs to be fairly bright. There are so many products on the market. You can choose ceiling, wall or track lighting, recessed lighting and many more options. The key to choosing the right balance is to consider what the rooms will be used for, and when, and what energy efficiency ratings you are ideally looking for. Indoor lighting can come with many features such as dimmer switches.
Technology has evolved rapidly in the lighting industry over recent years and shows no signs of abating. With the continued legislation against inefficient light bulbs and consumers looking to make savings, energy efficient bulbs will be the way forward. LED, CFL and halogen energy savers are the main options and each type has a role to play depending on the situation and lighting requirements. Always make sure to buy good quality lighting from a trustworthy company and avoid those out to make a quick profit, especially where LED is concerned. Finally, remember when choosing light bulbs an energy saving calculator is the best way to compare technologies.
So what energy savings options are there? Everyone is talking about Light Emitting Diodes (LED) at the moment and rightly so given their dramatic advances recently in lumen efficacy and lamp life. Depending on the application, compact fluorescents (CFL) and halogen energy savers are also an effective way to save energy. In most cases a retrofit replacement lamp can be found and energy saving bulbs are available in all the normal cap types including bayonet, Edison screw, GU10 and many more.
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