Low-powered LED (light-emitting diode) lights in exit signs and computer power buttons and on video cameras are a familiar sight. Newer, high-powered LEDs are bright enough to illuminate a room, and they are so efficient that the U.S. Department of Energy estimates that LEDs could reduce the amount of electricity used for lighting by up to 33 percent by 2027. Changing as few as five light bulbs in your fixtures to LED bulbs can also reduce your energy usage by 75 percent while providing vastly increased product life.
LED lamps produce 90% light and 10% heat.
Recommended LED replacements consume about 1/10th the power of incandescent and half of fluorescent.
LED lamps require significantly less electricity to generate the same lumen output of other lamps. Switching to LED lighting will reduce your carbon footprint. Contains NO toxic mercury. Made with recyclable materials.
Longevity – Increased Life Span
Bright Idea LED lamps are rated to last 100,000+ hours.
LED lamps feature no filament that can be easily damaged due to shock and vibrations; they are not sensitive to humidity or low temperatures.
LED does not require time to warm up.
Zero Ultraviolet Emission
Safer for individuals with photosensitivity and for illuminating objects which fading of pigments and dyes is a concern.
More control over color temperatures, light patterns and efficient distribution of light.