LEDs offer a brighter future, says report

Berties

Banned
Yup, and what I've been saying last time talking about bulbs, they will eventually replace standard bulbs. What should be looked into next are replacement for 500W halogen and street lights.

Most of standard bulbs energy is heat, not light. That heat has to come from somewhere.
 

Chris Muriel

Distinguished Member
But they need some PFC (power factor correction) in their supplies to save more energy and not pollute the national grid as more and more are used.
 

IronGiant

Moderator
Biggest problem with LEDs is the light generated by the white ones depletes the ozone layer :(
(wink)
 
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baldrick

Novice Member
I've used quite a few LED bulbs in our house and they are great. I have them lighting our kitchen work top, our landing, my study and the toilet in our en-suite. They give of lots of light, no heat and I'm burning 100W instead of 700W!
 

IronGiant

Moderator
You missed the spoiler text on the second line :D
 

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