Topic Information That You Want to Know About Energy Saving Light Bulbs

  • Wed 14th Feb 2018 - 6:05am

    Light emitting diodes have been used for over 40 years, first  O’Neal Energy Slasher Review making their commercial appearance in watches and small clocks. But for almost that same length of time, they gave off too little light and of limited color to be useful for home illumination. No one could read or cook by a dim red light.

    But LED bulbs have come a long way in recent years. While still much more expensive than an incandescent bulb, they have overcome many of the disadvantages of fluorescents. They produce bright, natural-spectrum white light that can illuminate a medium-sized area with one bulb. Actually the bulbs are made of multiple LEDs in one enclosure.

    And, not the least consideration, they last practically forever. A LED bulb can burn for over 50,000 hours. Some are rated at 60,000 hours. Even if in use for as much as 10 hours per day (4 hours/day is closer to average), that works out to almost 14 years of use.

  • Fri 16th Feb 2018 - 6:08am

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