Compared with the traditional lighting system, upgrading to LED lighting can save nearly 50% of energy consumption. It's no surprise that consumers are quickly turning to LEDs like this big savings. When you have a choice to save money and energy, when you have a product that has been modified for a traditional lighting fixture, this conversion is more natural.
However, before you decide to upgrade the lighting system, you should know something first. Because in the process, it is possible to encounter some traps. Before purchasing LED bulbs, you should understand your requirements and avoid these traps. There are several important factors to consider before upgrading. Here are some of the things you should know:
Brightness is the most basic factor in replacing a light bulb. Most LED packages have a bunch of identification numbers. For new consumers, this may be a bit confusing when choosing the right light bulb. What you should note is the amount of light output mentioned on the package. Sometimes the light output data does not match the actual light value, so make sure you know what to look for before you buy. First understand the stream brightness conversion.
When you want to replace the LED lights, the color of the glow is also very interesting. Many times, buyers will fall into the "gentle trap", only choose: Warm white. But it's not that simple, you have to read it carefully. In fact, the warm white from the academic point of view of light color yellow, so that people look warmer, so it is called warm white. Therefore, the warm white LED light color value is 3000K or lower, so can not rely on the box on the "warm white" to buy.
For consumers unfamiliar with their design, the light factor of LED bulbs may be somewhat confusing. The LED is made of a metal or plastic casing with a fixed lid. The shell helps to distribute the heat generated. However, the enclosure also prevents light from being emitted more fully because the light cannot be fired backwards.
So, for example, if you have a set of lights and the bulbs point to the ceiling, there will be less light emitted downward, so the space will be dim. It is for this reason that you should know the exact requirements and expectations of your lighting space with LED bulbs. If you want more light to glow backwards, choose an LED bulb that can slide the casing to play a more comprehensive role.
Many consumers want to adjust the light bulb, but many people do not understand that not all LED lights can be dimming, as such, not all of the tunable LED lights can use the traditional dimming to adjust the light. In fact, the LED manufacturer does not make dimming lights that are compatible with the old dimming device. Therefore, if you want to adjust the LEDs, you may need to purchase an advanced tunable LED light.
In the final analysis, knowledge is power. Before you spend a large amount of money to upgrade your lighting system to LEDs, know exactly what you need and what you ask for. Once you know it, you just need to keep a close eye on the details of the package, know the product information and occupy the space, and choose the one that suits you best.