TYPES OF LIGHT

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HALOGANS LIGHT

  First lamp to use halogen gas (chlorine) was patented in 1882 but the first commercial halogen lamp that used iodine as a halogen gas was patented in 1959 by General Electric. It was developed by Elmer Fridrich and Emmet Wiley who worked at General Electric, in 1955. it has some disadvantages

  •  Extremely hot (easily capable of causing severe burns if the lamp is touched).
  • The lamp is sensitive to oils left by the human skin, if you touch the bulb with your bare hands the oil left behind will heat up once the bulb is activated, this oil may cause an imbalance and result in a rupture of the bulb.
  • Explosion, the bulb is capable of blowing and sending hot glass shards outward. A screen or layer of glass on the outside of the lamp can protect users.
  • Not as efficient as HID lamps (Metal Halide and HPS lamps).so we are move from halogans to flurescent lamp.

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FLUROSCENT LIGHT

 1901 - Peter Cooper Hewitt developed the first commercial mercury vapor lamp. An electric arc through mercury vapor is the basis for the modern fluorescent lamp. It would be another 20 years before mercury vapor was experimented with in the fluorescent lamp. ... 1915 - Georges Claude invented the modern neon lamp. it has some disadvantages.

  

  • Flicker of the high frequency can be irritating to humans (eye strain, headaches, migraines)
  • Flicker of common fluorescent light looks poor on video, and creates an ugly greenish or yellow hue on camera
  • Diffused Light (not good when you need a focused beam such as in a headlight or flashlight)
  • Poorly/cheaply designed ballasts can create radio interference that disturbs other electronics
  •  Poorly/cheaply designed ballasts can create fires when they overheat
  • There is a small amount of mercury in the tubes
  • Irritating flicker at the end of the life cycle

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LED LIGHT

 Light-emitting diode (LED) is right now the most energy-efficient lighting technology available for use in commercial and business purposes, and it is only natural that it is also one of the most rapidly-developing technologies. LED is a kind of solid-state lighting where a semiconductor converts electricity to light (without producing heat) usually in a small area of about 1 square millimeter or less (the diode). So in an LED lamp, there are actually multiple light-emitting diodes. The light generated is projected in one direction, which does away with the need to use diffusers and reflectors. 

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WHY WE CHOOSE LED LIGHT

ABOUT LED LIGHT

 In today's marketplace ,there are many lighting choices available .options range from traditional incandescent bulbs to compact fluorescent light(CFLs),to halogens,to light emitting diodes(LEDS).LEDS are becoming the popular choice for general lighting applications across all sectors architectural,offices,automotive,showerooms,broadcasting,electronic instrumentations,and entertainment,to name a few.there  are plenty of excellent reasons to switch your existing lighting to LED.


ENERGY SAVING– LEDs require less energy because they draw far less electricity than other lighting technologies,such as fluorescents and halogens.LEDS only lose 5% of th generated energy to heat,and the rest is converted into light.


ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY– Unlike fluorescents and CFLs, LEDs do not contain highly toxic mercury. This helps to reduce toxic waste when the LED bulbs are disposed.LEDs also last a very long time. Using fewer LED lamps means less waste in the form of packaging, transportation, and disposal.Switching over to LEDs is a simple way to dramatically lower your carbon footprint.


AFFORDABILITY –  Until recently, LED lights were beyond the price point for most consumers. But now, as they continue to approach the cost of the old/traditional bulbs, LED technology is affordable.Once you switch over to LED, you will use significantly less energy, and your monthly bills will decrease — and this will result in cost savings.


LONGEVITY –  LED lights last much longer than other lighting products. LED bulbs and diodes have a superior operational life — some can last up to 200,000 hours.LEDs typically last up to 25 times longer than halogen and incandescent bulbs, and up to three times longer than CFLs.

Additionally, LEDs do not have filaments or glass bulbs, which makes them very durable. 


MAINTENANCE- Unlike conventional light sources that reduce in output and abruptly fail, LEDs do not normally suddenly stop working — and they do not require maintenance. This is not only a huge time saver, but also saves money on servicing and repairs. At GO Lighting, we are the Canadian industry leaders when it comes to custom LED solutions. to find out how you can make the switch to LED lighting design.




ABOUT US

Due to these amazing advantages we offer LED lights and our honourable dealers are,

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