Lighting. Monday , September 24th , 2018 - 23:56:11 PM
There are many great decorative outdoor lighting options to choose from these days. Solar Lighting is the most economical and easiest to install. Solar lights have staked ends and can be inserted into soil or mulch. Once the battery inside the light is activated (often by just pulling a tape that prevents contact with the photo cell) it takes about ten or twelve hours of exposure to sunlight to charge the battery and your solar light will be ready to illuminate your sidewalk, driveway, shrubs or flowers at night.
Solar-powered lights are becoming more and more popular, saving money while reducing energy consumption. As technology improves over time, batteries are made to charge quicker with less light and provide energy for a longer time. Light bulbs also become more efficient, using less power to emit more light, resulting in greater energy efficiency and better products for the consumer and of course for the planet. Aside from reducing energy consumption, solar-powered lights offer an additional advantage in that they do not require any wiring and can therefore be placed almost anywhere in the garden, as long as they have enough sunlight in order to charge their batteries during the day. Solar-powered garden lights often include a function to turn on automatically after dark, so it's a 'set and forget' product that is truly low maintenance.
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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