Energy-savings potential of LED lighting

In commemoration of National Energy Action Month, our friends at Cree share an infographic highlighting the energy-saving prowess of LED lighting.

Infographic courtesy of: Cree, Inc.

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LZ LEDs are 'Top in Town'

This independant review is giving by KIWIreview.
( http://www.kiwireviews.co.nz/review/4076-lz-led-lightbulb-b-w )

I can recall, when I was a younger, that some new fangled bulbs touted to be the saving grace for our environment, and our wallets. Ecobulbs, they were called, and hailed as a technological solution to the huge power cost of...
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LEDs - best lighting for less

Some energy-efficient bulbs are too expensive

Light emitting diode (LED) bulbs are the newest energy-efficient light bulb. The sticking point is their prices vary greatly and can be high – you can pay as much as $100 for one LED bulb. That’s a barrier to them becoming more widely available.

Compact fluorescent...
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Cree Introduces Brighter, More Efficient XLamp®

Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE)introduces the new XLamp® XP-E2LED, delivering higher lumens per watt and lumens-per-dollar to lower system costs for existing XP-E and XP-G designs. The new XP-E2 LEDs can increase the lumen output of XP-E designs for the same cost...
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LEDs deliver better light, study says, but consumers buy CFLs

Of the 90% of Americans who have used LED or CFL light bulbs to save energy and cut costs, most use CFLs, according to a Consumer Reports study released Thursday. Almost 75% of consumers who have switched from incandescent bulbs currently use CFLs. About 25% use LEDs, or light-emitting diode...
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LED lighting, a worthwhile substitute for CFLs

After many years of researching and perfecting ways to create a very efficient, inexpensive and environmentally amiable lighting system, LED lighting has now come into its fame and popularity. More and more cities and common households are now shifting from having their conventional into the radical LED lighting. There are...
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Conserving Energy with LED Lighting

You’re walking down the aisle looking to replace a halogen spotlight you use in your kitchen. You walk right by the LEDs to find incandescent lamps. After all, why pay for an LED when the incandescent lamp costs less? You’re not in search of designer lighting afterall, you just want...
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What's Good

LEDs are about as efficient as good compact fluorescents (CFLs) in converting electricity into light. That means an LED’s running costs are about one-fifth of an incandescent bulb that gives equivalent light. And, because this energy efficiency means LEDs produce much less “waste” heat than incandescent bulbs, light fittings run...
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LED Lighting Explained

In our ever-growing need for energy efficiency in everything from autos to light bulbs, more and more research is being put into the technology of LEDs. In the past few years, LEDs have gradually replaced incandescent and fluorescent bulbs in many applications, including traffic lights, flashlights and reading lamps. While...
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Incandescent vs LED Lighting

Anyone in the modern world is looking for several things from a light bulb. They are looking for a good quality light, low energy consumption, efficiency and low cost. Now, not all of these things can be found in a single lighting source, but if concerns about the environment as...
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LED Lighting Around the Home

Nowadays, people resort to more efficient means of consuming energy. At home, one of the mostly used electrical devices that consumes energy all year round is the light. They can be found in all parts of the house from the living room, to the bedrooms, to the garage, down to...
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Led Lamps

Many LED lamps have become available as replacements for screw-in incandescent or compact fluorescent light bulbs, ranging from low-power 5–40 watt incandescent bulbs, through conventional replacement bulbs for 60 watt incandescent bulbs (typically requiring about 7 watts of power), and as of 2010 a few lamps were available to replace...
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PAR20 LED

Green Supply offers a selection of energy efficient PAR20 LED light bulbs. PAR20 bulbs provide wide range of beam widths from narrow spot to wide flood. PAR20 LED light bulbs are well suited for spot lights, flood lights and indoor lighting. PAR20 LED is the Green replacement of PAR20 halogen...
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Dimmable LED

Green Supply Dimmable LED Light Bulbs can be dimmed down to less than 10% of maximum light output without flicker, unlike dimmable CFLs that generate noticeable flicker at different dimming levels. Works with most dimmers. Green Supply Dimmable LED Light Bulbs provide more energy savings by allowing you to adjust...
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Candle LED

Green Supply offers energy efficient decorative candle type (commonly used in chandelier lights) LED light bulbs in E12 base.

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Energy Star LED

Green Supply’s goal is to provide a good selection of the best LED lighting products to our customers, which means offering the latest LED lighting products that earned Energy Star (R) qualification. Energy Star (R) qualified LED lighting products provide some assurance to buyers the manufacturer’s product claims regarding light...
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LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes)

LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) are solid light bulbs which are extremely energy-efficient. When first developed, LEDs were limited to single-bulb use in applications such as instrument panels, electronics, pen lights and, more recently, strings of indoor and outdoor Christmas lights.
Manufacturers have expanded the application of LEDs by “clustering” the...
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Outdoor Floodlight LEDs

Typically, security lights and outdoor floodlights use energy sucking halogen bulbs. Some people use CFL bulbs instead, and find they die quickly if installed in motion -activated switches. LED bulbs are great replacements: they are energy efficient, and will last up to 50,000 hours even when flicked on and off...
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Diffused bulbs

In this style LED bulb, clusters of LEDs are covered by a dimpled lens which spreads the light out over a wider area. Available in standard Edison bases, these bulbs have many uses, such as area lighting for rooms, porches, reading lamps, accent lamps, hallways and low-light applications where lights...
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Recessed Downlight and Spotlight bulbs

Par 20 Led Bulb

Recessed Downlight and Spotlight bulbs
LEDs are now available for standard recessed lighting pots and housings. For PAR 16 and PAR 20 cans, measure the can diameter and read the bulb dimensions to be sure it will fit. The light output and colour quality are similar to...
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History Of LED Lighting Products

The LED (light emitting diode), has a very long history. It dates back to as early as 1907, and is still evolving today. It took years to perfect the design and to make LED lighting products available in many different shapes and forms, so that it could become easy for...
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