things to consider when buying your led bulbs

by:ILED     2020-03-09
Be sure to check before buying.This is the lesson of today.To avoid receiving the wrong bulb and to avoid the hassle of returning the bulb, we designed a short guide to purchase, help customers make informed decisions about the LED lights they need and the LED lights they end up buying.Buying a bulb should be as easy as it sounds.Measure the height and diameter of the accessory to ensure that the bulb is appropriate.Although most LED bulbs have improved designs, sometimes the length of the bulbs may be slightly longer.If you replace the bulb in the embedded lighting device, this creates a problem because the bulb needs to be installed in a small cavity behind the transparent glass cover.Compare the height and diameter of the bulb you want to buy and the size of the fixture.Check the basic configuration of all important accessories.If your bulb doesn\'t fit, then it\'s basically useless for you.Make sure you know exactly what basic configuration you are looking.This will make your search faster and you can ask all relevant questions when you need them.Some of the most common bases include MR16, GU10, B22 bayonet and E27 Edison nut.Check the original packaging on an existing bulb or use our installation guide to figure out the packaging you need.Check the color temperature of the LED bulb to see many different shades of white, from sharp blue fluorescence to warm incandescent lamps.Although personal preferences play an important role in choosing color temperature, it is also helpful to look at things objectively.Soft and warm colored lights are designed for ambient lighting.Cooler, clearer colors are designed for effects and acceleration.The former is used for bedrooms, living rooms and corridors, and the latter for kitchens, bathrooms and outdoors, according to experience.Wattage LED lights produce the same amount of light as a filament bulb in a fraction of the cost of power.The equivalent wattage is a quick and easy way to accurately identify the low energy LED bulbs needed to replace existing bulbs.All LED bulbs have \"actual wattage\" and \"equivalent wattage \".\\ \'The Actual wattage represents the actual amount of electricity used by the LED, while the equivalent wattage represents the amount of electricity it is designed to use for the replacement bulb.For example, the actual wattage of the GU10 80 LED is 4.5 W, but 50 W equivalent.When you buy an LED bulb, the first thing to do is check the wattage of the bulb you intend to replace.Next, you have to find an LED bulb that is the same as this number.Efficiency everyone wants a bulb that can produce the most lights at the lowest cost.The true efficiency of the bulb is best calculated on the basis of lumens per watt.Lumens are measurements of the amount of light produced by a bulb, while Watt is the energy it uses.The most effective bulb can be found by calculating lumento-watt ratio.Just divide the number of lumens by the number of watts.The higher lumens-to-The higher the energy efficiency of the bulb.The cost of the bulb is the end of the price, but certainly not the least.The price of the calculated energy-saving bulb is much farther than the original cost.While the cost of LED bulbs is higher than that of filament bulbs and CFLs, their longevity, low maintenance and low energy consumption save a lot of money in the long run.Be sure to take this into account when considering which bulb to buy.With these simple steps, you can make sure that every bulb you buy is a winner.
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