Lighting. Friday , September 21st , 2018 - 18:27:44 PM
One of the most popular new solutions comes in the form of strip LED cupboard lights, which can be attached to the underside of kitchen cabinets in order to illuminate work surfaces and food preparation spaces. This compares favourably to other kitchens with more traditional lighting, where shadows can mean darker conditions for preparing food. Also known as LED tape lighting, this solution is easy to install and comes in a variety of different colours, meaning that there is something to suit everyone's home. This kind of lighting is also particularly good for modern homes, as strip LED cupboard lights have a distinctly contemporary appearance.
For businesses where lights are in continuous use all year round LED is an obvious lighting choice. Long life ensures maintenance costs are low and the initial cost of replacing lamps is offset by substantial energy savings during the lifetime of the bulb. A high profile example of this is John Lewis' decision in November 2012 to turn its back on ceramic metal halide lamps and install LEDs throughout its new Ipswich branch.
Where LED lights really shine though is in light output and electrical efficiency. A typical incandescent bulb produces about 17 light lumens per watt at best. Most of the electrical energy fed to the bulb is radiated as heat, resulting in a very inefficient and wasteful light source. LEDs, on the other hand, produce anywhere from 60 to 100 lumens per watt. Very little energy fed into the LED is radiated as heat, resulting in a very efficient light source that can produce a lot more light than an incandescent while using far less electrical power. Considering the importance of navigation lighting and the need to conserve power on a boat, this is an extremely attractive benefit. You can use less power, yet produce a much stronger nav light signal, improving your visibility to other boats while reducing power consumption at the same time. On smaller boats, you could run a basic set of navigation lights all night and still not deplete your batteries. Increased safety and increased efficiency, all from a simply change in light sources!
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