PERFECT LED BULB 20W DAY LIGHT WHITE
Product Brand: PERFECT
Model: E27 Patch and B22 Pin Both Models are Available.
Technology : LED ( Light Emitting Diode)
Operation Voltage : AC 220V To AC 240V
Watts: 20W Day Light / White
Package: Standard High Quality Glossy
PERFECT LED Bulb Warranty:
This Item PERFECT LED Bulb Comes With 2 Years Manufacturer Warranty (1st Year Replace & 2nd Year Service)
PERFECT LED BULB DESCRIPTION
Product Name: PERFECT LED Bulb 20W
AC LED 20W Day Light
Item code: PLEDE21SE
Color: Day Light
Included Components: Pack Of 1 Bulb, Bulb Base: B22
Wattage: 20-Watts, Brightness: 2000 Lm
Shape: T Shape
Operating Life: 20,000 Hours
Special Feature: Low Energy Consumption
Specification of PERFECT LED Bulb
|Bulb Cap Base||BC/B22 (Bayonet Cap/ PIN Holder)|
|Bulb Shape||T Shape|
|Life Expectancy||20000 Hours|
|Light Colour||Day Light White|
|Technology Type||Energy Saving|
|Voltage||AC 220V To AC 240 v|
POWER FACTOR OF PERFECT LED BULB
Efficacy: 90 Lumen/Watt
Life Time: 20,000 Hours
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTOR OF PERFECT LED BULB
Long Life Time 20000 Hours (Approximately)
Aluminum Heat Sink Casing
FEATURES of This LED Bulb
Wide operating voltage range
Bright light output
APPLICATION OF PERFECT LED BULB
This Item PERFECT LED Bulb is Suitable for Use in following
Perfect LED Bulb Color: Day Light White As Given on Picture.
Perfect LED Bulb Price: Call For Special Price
DEALERS WANTED FOR LED BULBS
Dealer Commission: 20% To 35% (More or Less) On MRP
Minimum Order: 1 Cartoon (12pcs)
Special Offer for Dealers: Buy 2 Dozen & Get 1 Free
Note: Product delivery duration may vary due to product availability in stock.
Disclaimer: The actual color of the physical product may slightly vary due to the deviation of lighting sources, photography or your device display settings.
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Advantages of LED Bulbs
A Brief analysis about LED Lights.
Learn why it makes sense to say goodbye to fluorescent, halogen and other technologies.
LEDs have swept the conventional lighting marketplace for a variety of reasons, most notably their extended lifespans, reduced energy consumption and lower maintenance requirements. By 2030, the DOE estimates that LED lighting could save 190 terawatt hours of electricity per year, which equates to a whopping $15 billion. As the purchase price of lamps and fixtures continues to fall, more and more facility managers are looking to upgrade their lighting systems with LEDs, given their many benefits compared to traditional technologies. Following are eight advantages for all store decision makers to consider:
Advantage of LED Bulbs
1 | Energy efficiency
LED lights use about 50 percent less electricity than traditional incandescent, fluorescent and halogen options, resulting in substantial energy cost savings, especially for spaces with lights that are on for extended periods. LEDs also aim light in a specific direction unlike conventional bulbs, which emit light—and heat—in all directions (because LEDs are mounted on a flat surface, they emit light hemispherically rather than spherically). This directional lighting capability reduces wasted light and energy.
2 | Extended life
Unlike incandescent lighting, LEDs don’t “burn out” or fail, they merely dim over time. Quality LEDs have an expected lifespan of 30,000–50,000 hours or even longer, depending on the quality of the lamp or fixture. A typical incandescent bulb lasts only about 1,000 hours; a comparable compact fluorescent lasts 8,000 to 10,000 hours. With a longer operational life, LEDs can reduce labor costs of replacing bulbs in commercial situations, achieving a lower maintenance lighting system.
3 | Cold temperature operation
LEDs love the cold unlike fluorescent lamps. At low temperatures, higher voltage is required to start fluorescent lamps, and luminous flux (the perceived power or intensity of light) is decreased. In contrast, LED performance increases as operating temperatures drop. This makes LEDs a natural fit for refrigerated display cases, freezers and cold storage spaces in addition to outdoor applications such as the parking lot, building perimeter and signage. DOE testing of an LED refrigerated case light measured 5 percent higher efficacy (the efficiency of a light source in lumens per-watt, like miles-per-gallon) at -5°C, compared to operation at 25°C.
4 | Durability
Without filaments or glass enclosures, LEDs are breakage resistant and largely immune to vibrations and other impacts. Traditional lighting is usually contained in a glass or quartz exterior, which can be susceptible to damage. LEDs, on the other hand, tend not to use any glass, instead they are mounted on a circuit board and connected with soldered leads that can be vulnerable to direct impact, but no more so than mobile phones and similar small electronic devices.
5 | Instant on
Most fluorescent and HID lamps do not provide full brightness the moment they’re switched on, with many requiring three minutes or more to reach maximum light output. LEDs come on at 100-percent brightness almost instantly however, and with no re-strike delay. This can be advantageous following a power outage or anytime employees open a building during early morning hours when it is still dark outside.
6 | Rapid cycling
Traditional light sources tend to have a shorter lifespan the more they’re switched on and off, whereas LEDs are unaffected by rapid cycling. In addition to flashing light displays, this capability makes LEDs well suited for use with occupancy or daylight sensors.
7 | Control ability
It can take more than a few amount spending to make commercial fluorescent lighting systems dimmable, but LEDs, as semiconductor devices, are inherently compatible with controls. Some LEDs can even be dimmed to 10 percent of light output while most fluorescent lights only reach about 30 percent of full brightness. LEDs also offer continuous, opposed to step-level, dimming (where the shift from 100-to-10-percent light output is smooth and seamless, not tiered).
8 | No IR or UV Emissions
Less than 10 percent of the power used by incandescent lamps is actually converted to visible light; the majority of the power is converted into infrared (IR) or radiated heat. Excessive heat and ultraviolet radiation (UV) presents a burn hazard to people and materials. LEDs emit virtually no IR or UV. Rapid advancements in LED lighting technologies, with more improvements on the horizon, have resulted in lowered costs and increased reliability of LEDs.
LED Light Products
LED lighting is currently available in a wide variety of home and industrial products, and the list is growing every year. The rapid development of LED technology leads to more products and improved manufacturing efficiency, which also results in lower prices. Below are some of the most common types of LED products.
Industrial and Commercial LED Lighting
The high efficiency and directional nature of LEDs makes them ideal for many industrial uses. LEDs are increasingly common in street lights, parking garage lighting, walkway and other outdoor area lighting, refrigerated case lighting, modular lighting, and task lighting.
Kitchen Under-Cabinet LED Lightings
Because LEDs are small and directional, they are ideal for lighting countertops for cooking and reading recipes. The color can appear more cool or blue than is typically desirable in a kitchen, and there can be some excessive shadowing in some fixtures, so it is important to compare products to find the best fixture for your space.
LED Lighting Recessed Down-lights
Recessed down-lights are commonly used in residential kitchens, hallways, and bathrooms, and in a number of office and commercial settings. DOE estimates there are at least 500 million recessed down-lights installed in U.S. homes, and more than 20 million are sold each year. Both CFL and LED technology can decrease down-lights wattage by 75% or more.
LED Lightings Replacement Bulbs
With performance improvements and dropping prices, LED lamps can replace 40, 60, and even 75 Watt incandescent bulbs. It’s important to read the Lighting Facts Label to make sure the product is the right brightness and color for the intended location. When chosen carefully, LED replacement products can be an excellent option.
LED Street Lights / Solar Street LED Lightings
LED Street Lights are More convenient than traditional Street Lights. It Gives more Brightest Lights and consumes less power. Low Maintenance required and has long life span. Advanced Sensor Based Street Lights can reduce the requirements of Man power to Manually On or Off the Street Light when needed. But LDR (Light Dependent Resistor) Sensor Based Street LED Lights Automatically On when the sun light goes dark and also It will Turn Off Automatically when there is sufficient light available. It will Save a lots of Power Consumption Cost and Maintenance and Operation Cost Dramatically.
Holiday – LED Lightings
LEDs consume far less electricity than incandescent bulbs, and decorative LED light strings such as Christmas tree lights are no different. Not only do LED holiday lights consume less electricity, they also have the following advantages:
LED Lights are Safer
- LEDs are much cooler than incandescent lights, reducing the risk of combustion or burnt fingers.
- Sturdier: LEDs are made with epoxy lenses, not glass, and are much more resistant to breakage.
- Longer lasting: The same LED string could still be in use 40 holiday seasons from now.
LED Lights are Easier to install:
- Up to 25 strings of LEDs can be connected end-to-end without overloading a wall socket.
FAQs About LED Lights
Q. Are LED bulbs better?
LEDs use much less energy than incandescent bulbs because diode light is much more efficient, power-wise, than filament light. LED bulbs use more than 75% less energy than incandescent lighting. … Bright LED flood lamps use only 11 to 12 watts while creating a light output comparable to a 50-watt incandescent bulb
Q. What are the Disadvantage of using LED Bulbs?
Disadvantages of LED Lights are listed below:
High up-front costs.
Potential color shift over lamp life.
Performance standardization has not yet been streamlined.
Overheating can cause reduced lamp life.
Why LED Lights are bad for you?
A 2012 Spanish study found that LED radiation can cause irreversible damage to the retina. A 2019 report from the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES) warned of the “phototoxic effects” of blue light exposure, including an increased risk for age-related macular degeneration.
Q. What are the cons of LED lightings?
One drawback of LEDs is the high initial cost per bulb, though over time LEDs pay for themselves through energy savings and an incredibly long lifespan. Bulbs from various manufacturers may appear noticeably different in terms of white light hue, so choose a well-known brand.