LEDs offer you choice. This doesn't just extend to bulb sizes, light output, power rating and fittings. You can select the type of light you prefer.
This isn't new. For example, incandescent lighting has options such as clear, warm, soft tone or coloured bulbs. LEDs, however, extend the types of light even further.
LED lighting meets customer needs
Suppose you want LEDs to light up a road. For safety, motorists and pedestrians need clarity. Any light from lamps should simulate bright daylight conditions as closely as possible.
LEDs achieve this. Bright, white LED lamps improve visibility and help ensure road safety.
You also want brightness in an enclosed shopping area. But you need to temper the brightness with a warm light to create a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere. In this way, the lighting adds to the area's design concept. Soft white LEDs produce the ideal light for such an environment.
Using LEDs at home
At home, LEDs can transform your living space. With the right type of LED lighting, you can make a plain room unique.
All you have to do is decide what you want. In a dining room, you may prefer subtle, amber lighting. In a living room, you may want bright LEDs for reading, and soft, dimmable main lights.
In areas such as the kitchen and bathroom, you could choose coloured strip lights. You could also place recessed LEDs in the walls, ceilings, floors and cupboards.
Whatever your lighting needs, LEDs match your expectations. Their versatility, long life and energy efficiency makes them the ideal lighting solution for the 21st century.