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What are the advantages of LED ceiling lamps?

Jul 12,2022 / Industry News

Advantages of LED ceiling Lamps:
High luminous efficiency
The luminous efficiency of the LED itself has reached more than 130lm/W, so the overall luminous efficiency of the LED ceiling lamp can reach 100lm/W. And this efficiency is still increasing every year. It is estimated that by 2020, the luminous efficiency of LED itself will reach 240lm/W. High light efficiency means energy saving. According to the measured results, an 8W LED can replace a 32W ceiling lamp. Electric power can be saved more than 4 times.

Long life
The life of LED is 100,000 hours. After the lamp is made, it is actually recognized that the life is at least 30,000 hours, and the high-quality can achieve 50,000 hours, which is more than 10 times longer than that of fluorescent lamps. The lifespan is 10,000 hours, which is also more than 5 times higher.

Free of toxic substances such as mercury
When everyone pays attention to the advantages of high luminous efficiency and energy saving of LED light sources, a very important advantage of LED lighting - no mercury, is often overlooked. We know that mercury is an extremely toxic substance, but almost most of the high-efficiency electric light sources used before 2012 contain mercury (mercury), whether it is common fluorescent lamps, compact energy-saving lamps, or high-pressure mercury, metal halide Lamps etc. contain mercury.
Mercury has a very low boiling point and can evaporate at room temperature. After an old discarded light source is broken, it immediately emits mercury vapor to the surroundings, which can instantly make the mercury concentration in the surrounding air reach 10-20 mg/m3, which exceeds the maximum allowable concentration of mercury in the air (0.01 mg/m3) stipulated by the state. meters) 1000 to 2000 times. According to research on mercury by Stanford University in the United States, 1 mg of mercury is enough to contaminate 5,454.5 kilograms of drinking water, making it unsafe for drinking. The consequences of air and water pollution caused by mercury are very serious. After being eaten by aquatic organisms, CH3Hg will be formed, which is a highly toxic substance. Only half an ear spoon can cause death. Mercury itself can damage the central nervous system, and its effects on reproductive defects are also very serious. Mercury can also damage the kidneys and liver, and can even lead to death in sufficient doses. Mercury can move in different ways in the soil, in water, and even in the atmosphere and the food chain. Therefore, the persistence, easy migration and high bioaccumulation make mercury one of the most concerned environmental pollutants in the world. The worst mercury poisoning incident in history was the Minamata disease incident in Japan, when hundreds of people died when the water in Minamata Bay was contaminated with mercury. Since 2013, the Japanese government has learned a lesson and requires that all discarded fluorescent lamps must be treated with toxic substances, thus requiring people who buy ordinary fluorescent lamps to pay double the price to pay for the treatment of toxic substances in advance.

No UV radiation, no light pollution.
It can provide light with various color temperatures as needed, usually 2550-3700K, and 4700-7000K.
No glass parts, shock and vibration resistance, easy to transport.
No need for aluminum heat sink, low cost and light weight.
High safety, no harm to human body, energy saving and consumption reduction.