Led Lighting

Led Lighting

According the Best Expert in LED recommend.:

To make the right choice, consider important factors that affect making of LED bulbs. So many factors help to differentiate the value of LED bulbs from each other. Just checkout carefully and pick the best LED bulb for your home, office, or other purpose according to these factors.

Quality of the LED chip: The performance of the LED light bulb is mainly based on LED chip, so next important thing need to be considered here is type of LED chip used. High quality chips last longer and depreciate less over time, both for light output as well as light quality; however you have to pay more for that quality. So beware of LED bulbs made using chinese LED chips.


What is the equivalent wattage for LED bulbs?

Equivalent Wattages and Light Output of Incandescent, CFL, and LED Bulbs
Lumen & Wattage Comparison
Light Output LEDs Incandescents
Lumens Watts Watts
450 4-5 40
Lumens (Brightness) LED Watts (Viribright) Incandescent Watts
650 – 850 7 – 10W 60W
1000 – 1400 12 – 13W 75W
1450-1700+ 14 – 20W 100W
2700+ 25 – 28W 150W

Lifespan of Bulb: Another important thing is lifespan in hours. So if you consider daily use of 8 hrs, bulb may last 17 years, and for daily use of 12 hours, bulb may last 11 years. The life of bulb also depends on the heat sink used to draw heat away from the chip and LED driver. In addition to good heat sink, Glow UP is dimmable, which extends its life to last longer.

Color Temperature: Modern bulbs are available in different color temperatures – in a unit called Kelvin (K). A warm yellow light offer lower color temperature with a lower Kelvin value, giving a comfortable atmosphere. While cool blue light offer higher color temperature with a higher Kelvin value, which is more energizing.

The 150W LED equivalent produces about 2,600 lumens, while using only about 30 Watts. That means you could use a 150W LED equivalent bulb in a 60W socket and get more than three times the brightness of your old 60-Watt incandescent bulb.