Lamp or bulb? Is not this the same?

By definition is meant by a lamp, a receiving device or system for receiving a light bulb. Colloquially, this is rarely made ​​a difference. With the increasingly popular LED technology is now more and more the light source (LED) built into the lamp. This is especially heat-related advantages and ensures a long service life.

Not so with LED street lights – this is intelligent design and arrangement of the LEDs directly to the lamp housing. Using the same appearance as LED protection, one obtains a very efficient and durable LED street lighting.

Benefits of our LED lighting

  • Low power consumption
  • long life
  • directional light
  • High light yield
  • No EMC problems
  • No UV and IR radiation

Sustainable and environmentally friendly: LED lighting systems save energy!

  • 80% compared to conventional incandescent bulbs.
  • 50% compared to compact fluorescent lamps.
  • 60% compared to fluorescent lamps.
  • 75% compared to halogen lamps.
  • 80% compared to mercury vapor lamp.
  • 65% compared to sodium vapor high pressure lamps.

All gas discharge lamps have a light decrease after about 2000 hours.

Cost savings due to long life and low fuel consumption!

  • LEDs emit directional light.
  • LEDs have a luminous efficacy of 100 lumen / W at 120∞ compared to gas discharge lamp with 140 lumens / W at 360∞.
  • The lifetime of a low voltage LED is four times as high as the lifetime of a gas discharge lamp.
  • Gas discharge lamps cause EMC problems.
  • LED is a cold light source that emits neither UV nor IR radiation and is therefore particularly environment-friendly.