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Lumens

The lumen (symbol: lm) is the SI derived unit of luminous flux, a measure of the total "amount" of visible light emitted by a source.

If a light source emits one candela of luminous intensity uniformly across a solid angle of one steradian, the total luminous flux emitted into that angle is one lumen.

A 100W incandescent bulb emits about 1100lm. It means that the light output per watt for this light source is 11lm/W.

Why LED?

Save from 50% up to 90% energy

See how much you save: "LED light sources comparision table"

Durable

Resistant to vibrations and shocks, LEDs are one of the most stable light sources available.

Safe for use

Unlike fluorescent bulbs, environmentally friendly LED lighting contains no mercury or other toxins making them safe to work around and dispose of.

No UV light

LEDs do not emit ultra violet (UV) light, which means the light is less harsh on skin and clothes, and won't attract bugs. Easy on parchment, artwork, and sensitive materials, LEDs are ideal for museum lighting applications.

Cool to the touch

The LED bulb doesn't generate significant amounts of heat, which means they are cool to the touch and ideal for heat sensitive lighting arrangements.

Long source life

LEDs have from 10 to 100 times longer life compared to other light sources. LEDs can work 10 to 20 years without need of exchange or any additional expences.

Dynamics and variety

LED light sources are easy to program. Set brightness, effects and color by your choice.
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