With the latest exciting technology in the lighting industry, you can now try the 4×4 LED spotlights. LED lighting is basically digital light and brings huge benefits. Here they are.
• Durability. An LED uses semiconductor material as opposed to the filament and neon gas. A tiny chip is enclosed in an epoxy resin that makes LED tougher, compared to traditional incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes. An LED does not use the glass and filaments that are fragile, and can withstand shock, extreme temperature and vibration.
• Longevity. LEDs don’t have filaments that burn out quickly. LED lights can last for as long as 100,000 hours. Following such a long life, they have less maintenance cost. It is also because they last for a long time that makes them appropriate for places that would otherwise become expensive or difficult to replace. This makes them ideal for street lighting.
• Safety. LED lights from Outback Equipment yield nearly no heat. They are therefore cool to touch without any harm. Other lighting methods used expels a high percentage of the energy consumed, in the form of heat. This makes the bulb too hot to touch. LED lights, therefore, reduce risks of fires and burns.
• Energy efficiency. Compared to the lighting illumination methods, LED lights are energy efficient. An LED light will give the same or higher luminance with just half of the power used by traditional lights. They also don’t just fail; LED lighting decreases in output until it is replaced.
• Immediate restart. Following a brief power failure or unexpected turn-off, LEDs restart immediately without problems, unlike other commonly used lighting systems.
• Efficient lighting equipment. LED lights do not need reflectors and can provide the needed coverage without the use of reflectors. Other lighting methods require reflectors so that the light emitted upwards can be captured.
• Friendly to the environment. LEDs don’t contain toxic material, like fluorescents that use mercury, which is dangerous to the environment. They can also be recycled and. As a result, they are considered green.
LEDs are being used in many applications from residential to traffic and street lighting. Don’t be left behind, move with the technology.