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Get to Know Bathroom LED Bulbs!

When thinking about the lighting project of the house, every room should be extremely important.And the time to choose your LED bathroom lamps should be no different.

So in today’s post we will help you understand how to plan your new LED installations for this space dedicated to aesthetics and personal hygiene.From day-to-day practicality to the best long-term investment, you’ll learn how to make the best possible choices.Write down the tips! Continue reading

Chinese Barbarities In LED Bulbs

First blog follower thank Marc for sending me an email with links and photos of some bulbs purchased on AliExpress an extremely “cheap” price

The first thing that jumps out as you can see in the following picture, is that the driver of the bulb consists only of 2 components!

And other photos you can see how simple that are these bulbs inside: all plastic, few components, without heatsinks for the leds… And the missing driver diodes and resistors are mounted on the pcb of the leds: Continue reading

What Light Bulb to Use to Save Energy

When you go to the store to buy a new bulb is faced with the need to decide what type of lamp to choose. There are several types of bulbs, and each has its advantages and disadvantages, but first everyone likes it – how will save your selection.

In Bulgaria and throughout the European Union, production of ordinary incandescent bulbs already in the past. However, they are still found in stores and mass people here are not aware of how much electricity could save if you opt for this type of bulb. Let’s look at the two most widespread species that are found in stores lighting.

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How to Choose LED Bulb

When choosing LED light bulbs, it is necessary to compare the data with a luminous flux (lumens number) instead of watts. The more lumens, the more light LED bulb gives. Sometimes you come across a seller who sell LED bulbs obsolete technology, which have a higher consumption (more watts), yet fewer lights (less lumens) than new technology. The customer then has the false impression that buys more powerful bulb. But actually buys something that shines less and consume more power.

Some dealers say luminance LED bulbs compared with an ordinary light bulb. This information is very important, but in many cases it is mildly distorted. It is good to check on him just over a unit of luminous flux – lumen (lm). Ordinary bulb of 25W is 220-230 lumens, 40W has 410 to 430 lumens, 60W is 700-750 lumens. If you would anyone claim that the LED lamp shines as an ordinary 40W light bulb, yet has 300 lumens, he is lying! Equivalent performance LED lamps over incandescent bulbs can easily check the following table:

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