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Watt

Chip Quantity

Voltage

Lumen

Lighting Angle

Height

Diameter

Base

7W

24pcs 5730SMD

220V

700

360

75mm

30mm

E14

Features:

Low Power consumption, high brightness
Energy-saving reduce power consumption by 80%, environmentally friendly and conducive to recyclingLed Bulb
Low heat generation, no UV or IR light radiation
Seismic, impact resistance, non thermal radiation, safe, stable and reliable
Suitable for home, office and exhibition lighting
Very low heat generation, plus up to 80% power saving
Long lifespan, no hazardous material
Instant start, no flashing, solid state, shockproof
Save power compared to incandescent and CFL bulbs
Made of high quality materials
Average Life (hrs): Up to 50,000
Working Frequency: 50-60Hz
 Safer: Unlike incandescent bulbs, these won't shatter into small shards of glass 
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LED Lighting Is Definitely The Way To Go.

Cost Comparison between LEDs, CFLs and Incandescent light bulbs

 

LED

CFL

Incandescent

Light bulb projected lifespan

50,000 hours

10,000 hours

1,200 hours

Watts per bulb (equiv. 60 watts)

10

14

60

Cost per bulb

$7.95

$3.95

$1.90

KWh of electricity used over 
50,000 hours

500

700

3000

Cost of electricity (@ 0.10per KWh)

$50

$70

$300

Bulbs needed for 50k hours of use

1

5

42

Equivalent 50k hours bulb expense

$7.95

$19.75

$79.80

Total cost for 50k hours

$57.95

$89.75

$379.80

Comparing the features of Incandescent, CFL and LED bulbs

Frequent On/Off Cycling

no effect

shortens lifespan

some effect

Turns on instantly

yes

slight delay

yes

Durability

durable

fragile

fragile

Heat Emitted

low (3 btu's/hr)

medium (30 btu's/hr)

high (85 btu's/hr)

Sensitivity to high temperature

some

yes

no

Sensitivity to low temperature

no

yes

no

Sensitivity to humidity

no

yes

some

Hazardous Materials

none

5 mg mercury/bulb

none

Replacement frequency 
(over 50k hours)

1

5

40+

Equivalent wattages and light output of Incandescent, CFL and LED bulbs

Light Output

LED

CFL

Incandescent

Lumens

Watts

Watts

Watts

450

4 - 5

8 - 12

40

750 - 900

6 - 8

13 - 18

60

1100 - 1300

9 - 13

18 - 22

75 - 100

1600 - 1800

16 - 20

23 - 30

100

2600 - 2800

25 - 28

30 - 55

150

 

The Promise of Energy Savings

It's a light bulb that can stay turned-on 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, it will last for years... and unlike any other light bulb in existence, it's likely that the electricity required to operate this bulb for its entire life will cost you less than the price of the bulb itself.  This is the promise of LED light bulbs that run on normal household current.

Whether the interest is in "saving the planet" or just saving a few dollars on the household budget, LED bulbs are rapidly growing in popularity.

Why LEDs Are Different From Other Light Bulbs

In order to understand what makes LEDs different from other light bulbs, it is necessary to have a general idea of how other light bulb technologies work, primarily incandescent bulbs and CFL bulbs.

Incandescent Bulbs

Incandescents are the traditional light bulbs popularized by Thomas Edison. They create light by forcing electricity through a tiny tungsten coil. The coil, or filament, resists the electricity, and the resistance creates both light and heat. Eventually, the filament burns out. Because much of the electricity these bulbs use is turned into heat rather than visible light, they are very inefficient. Incandescents are being phased out because they use much more electricity than newer technologies.

Fluorescent Lights and CFLs

Fluorescent lights are tubes filled with fluorine gas. They have no filament. Instead, they pass electricity through the gas, causing the glass itself to glow. Fluorescent lights produce much less heat, so they use much less electricity than incandescent bulbs, and they last much longer. The downside is that their light is naturally slightly bluish and they tend to flicker. Older designs also contain mercury, which is toxic. Compact fluorescent lights, or CFLs, are designed to fit into light fixtures originally intended to take incandescents. Many also have filters to make their light appear yellower. Some newer CFLs do not contain mercury.

LEDs

LEDs are more durable than either of the older technologies (they are not made of glass and will not shatter if dropped), and they are more energy-efficient. They do not contain hazardous materials. LEDs, like CFLs, are also relatively cool and will not heat up the room the way incandescents do. While it is true they cost much more than either CFLs or incandescents, their long lifespans change the way consumers buy bulbs. Traditional incandescent bulbs were supplies like paper towels or soap, something that had to be bought regularly. LEDs can last as long as some lamps do, depending on how much they are used. Therefore, the initial investment lasts a purchaser much longer than other bulbs.

While it is true that some people prefer the colour of incandescent lights, in most ways LEDs outperform incandescents and even CFLs. To compare the efficiency of LED bulbs to other bulbs, look at the lumens to watts ratio. Lumens measure light intensity and watts measure electrical usage, so the higher the ratio, the more light any given bulb gives off for the same amount of electricity. The difference between LEDs and other bulbs is dramatic.

Comparing LEDs, CFLs, and Incandescent Lights

This table shows the wattage, lumen to watt ratio, and expected life-span (assuming the bulb is used for eight hours every day) for three bulbs each capable of putting out roughly 1700 lumens. This is the brightness of a 100 watt incandescent bulb, or an ordinary living room lamp. The three bulbs are an incandescent, a CFL, and an LED. Notes on each technology type are also included.
 

Feature

Incandescent

CFL

LED

Wattage

100

25

11

Lumen/Watt Ratio

17:1

68:1

155:1

Life Expectancy

Four months

Three and a half years

17 years

Other

Warm colour, but produces a lot of heat

Inexpensive, but may contain toxic mercury and has blue tint

A little more expensive but long lasting.


Research shows that many bulbs are used fewer than eight hours a day; an LED that is used less often could last over 20 years.

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