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How Many LED Lights Do You Need For Sufficient Lighting?

Ever wondered how many LED lights or LED lumens are needed to light-up a room perfectly?  A lumen is a lumen. So, six hundred LED lumens would offer exactly the same amount of light as six hundred incandescent lumens. Even though it is correct that a lumen is merely a measurement unit, one could argue that,…

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Are LED String Lights Dimmable?

Over the years, LED lights have proven to be extremely valuable for a broad array of applications, both in residential and commercial lighting. LED bulbs can also be easily retrofitted into plenty of standard fittings in moments, replacing current halogen, fluorescent, and incandescent bulbs. Though you could flash the majority of the pre-wired sets of LED light strings on and…

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What Causes LED Lights to Flicker?

Have you recently installed brand-new LED Light bulbs, and they just wouldn’t stop flickering on and off? Well, guess what, you’re not the only one. LED lights are operated by an electronic driver in which few are more vulnerable to voltage fluctuations, as compared to others depending on the quality of the lights. But what…

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Buyer’s Guide to LED Lighting

LED stands for “Light-Emitting Diode,” but only knowing its abbreviation isn’t enough to understand the advanced technology and its increasing role in lighting up our homes and workplaces. In case you are interested in digging in deep and learn more about the functionality and features of the LED, make sure to read this blog till…

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Can Certain LED Light Colors Help You Sleep?

Did you know that distinct light colors can help you sleep?One thing that the majority of people don’t realize is how vital of a role light plays in our sleep cycle. Also, how certain types of LED light colors can help in sleeping better as compared to others. What LED Light Color Helps You Sleep?…

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Will An LED Light Charge A Solar Watch?

The Solar watch, with only requiring one resource to run smoothly, i.e., solar energy, is a great accessory not only for fashion but also for utility. What if you are in a pinch and your solar watch needs an urgent recharge, but you do not have access to any sort of sunlight? That takes us…

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How Cold Weather Affects LED Lights

You may not believe it. You may not notice it. You may not even be aware of it. But, in December and January, your LED lights will be performing marginally better. Winter months and cold weather improve the intensity and lifespan of LED lights. Actually, it’s more accurate to say that ambient temperature, and therefore…

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What Is A Lumen?

The formal answer to this question is horrendous. “The lumen is the standard unit for the luminous flux of a light source. It is an SI derived unit based on the candela. It can be defined as the luminous flux emitted into unit solid angle (1 sr) by an isotropic point source having a luminous…

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Effects Of Temperature On LED Lights

Believe it or not, air conditioning can make your lights brighter, though not directly, of course, and only as it pertains to LED lights. Why? “In general, the cooler the environment, the higher an LED’s light output will be. Higher temperatures generally reduce light output. In warmer environments and at higher currents, the temperature of…

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Can LED Lights Die?

  Yes, LED lights can die, but their lifetime is comparably much longer than standard halogen, incandescent, and compact fluorescent lamp bulbs. A common rule of thumb is that an LED bulb has a life expectancy of 50,000 hours (though mileage may vary between manufacturers), or in other words if you used an LED light…

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