Low power consumption
The key strength of LED lighting is reduced power consumption which can yield up to 90% saving on electricity charges.

LEDs have an exceptionally long operational life of 50.000 hours while incandescent bulbs may have an expected lifetime of 1.000 hours. This equates to approximately 25 years if the LED bulb was in use for five hours a day.

Cost effective
Although the initial cost of LED lighting is higher than that of traditional lighting, the electricity and replacement savings over the lifetime lamps are many times greater than the initial investment.

Low maintenance
The long lifetime of LEDs reduces the need to replace failed lamps, this leads to significant maintenance savings. This makes LED lighting ideal for applications where maintenance expenses are excessive i.e. office buildings, sky scrapers or hotels.

Instantaneous switch-on & unlimited cycles
LEDs switch on rapidly, even when cold, and this is a particular advantage for certain applications. They are also ideal for use in applications that are subject to frequent on-off cycling, unlike fluorescent lamps that burn out quickly when switched on and off frequently.

Pure directional light
LED lamps offer a pure and directional light (can be designed to project light at specific angles and directions), meaning that excellent representation of natural colors is achieved, even during night time hours.

Shock resistance
LEDs are solid state devices which make them very durable, shock and vibration resistant unlike fluorescent and incandescent bulbs which are fragile. LEDs do not suddenly burn out, contain no fragile filaments or gas filled tubes, and are of robust design.

Low heat output
LEDs produce a minimal amount of heat which allows them be applied to a wide variety of fixture setups & designs as well as minimizing the head radiated onto objects and people within. There is also the benefit of reduced air-condition costs thanks to extremely low thermal output.

Temperature resistant
LEDs can operate in extreme climate and temperature conditions ranging from -30° C to 50° C (-22° F to 120° F) without the issues involved with fluorescent technology.

Radiation free
LEDs have no infra-red (warmth) or ultra-violet emissions, making them ideal for sensitive or delicate illuminated objects i.e. Museums, Art galleries, food display or fridge lighting.

One of the best environmental benefits of LEDs is that they do not contain harmful chemicals such as mercury (found in fluorescent lights) and do not require filaments or toxic/combustible gases to produce light. They are manufactured from materials that can be fully recycled and produces at least 80 % lower CO2 emissions compared with similar conventional incandescent and halogen lamps.

Simple replacement
Available in many different designs and with different bases for simple direct

Choose between warm white (incandescent like color!) and cool white light. New LED bulbs are available in ‘cool’ white light, which is ideal for task lighting, and ‘warm’ light which is commonly used for accent or small area lighting. LED’s can also emit light in virtually any desired color without additional color filters.