Today many companies are concerned about operating costs. After all, anytime you spend money on a business related expense, it takes away from your profit margin and overall efficiency. This could be a good time to changeover to a more efficient lighting system and LED circuit design provides more efficient lighting and provides many other benefits. Let’s take a look at LED and how it compares to incandescent and fluorescent, so you can see why LED is the wave of the future, when it comes to lighting.
A typical incandescent lamp works on a very simple principle. It uses a simple circuit with a filament. Electricity runs through the filament and this energy creates light. However, at the same time, it can create an enormous amount of heat. Maybe you think one little bulb won’t make much of a difference but multiply that by hundreds in commercial applications, and you will see why there must be a better solution.
Incandescent bulbs have a relatively short lifespan and you’ll need to pay someone to replace them on a regular basis. In addition, there is the added expense of bulb replacement. This can place a substantial dent in your operating budget. There is a cooler and more efficient solution and it lies in LED circuit design.
Fluorescent lights are more efficient than incandescent lighting. However, there are some maintenance issues to deal with. Fluorescent bulbs work by using very high voltage to ignite gas inside a fixed tube. There is only so much gas in the tube and eventually it will burn out and need to be replaced. Plus, you must have some kind of transformer to raise the voltage and this adds to the cost. In addition, one must be very careful with replacing fluorescent bulbs because they can be a hazard.
LED offers solutions to several problems both fluorescent and incandescent bulbs bring. First, there is efficiency. LED is far more efficient than both and this will save you a lot of money on power over the years. Yes, there is initial installation cost, but the savings can be so significant it will soon pay for itself.
LED offers light which is cool to the touch and is much safer than other lights. An LED circuit runs on low voltage, so there is less chance for electrical shock. You can retro fit most interior and panel lighting systems with LED and enjoy a wide range of benefits and your reputable and experienced LED lighting experts offer custom lighting services.