Everything You Need To Know About Types Of Spring Light Bulbs

Part 1

If you think that you are stuck with the same old lights for life, there is a nice surprise for you. Here’s everything you want to know about the effects of lighting on your daily life, various types of light bulbs available in the market, and how to choose the right bulbs for perfect lighting in your home.

Best Light Bulb

There are a number of choices when it comes to light bulbs but choosing the right type shouldn’t be that difficult. Most light bulbs available in the market today are light-emitting diodes or LEDs. These bulbs fit your standard light sockets and are a great choice as they are the most energy-efficient option available today. These have lower wattage as compared to incandescent bulbs but the light output remains the same. In short, they give off the same amount of light with much less energy usage. The good things don’t stop here as light-emitting diodes are capable of lasting more than 20 years and these do not contain mercury.

These bulbs produce light when electrical current passes through the semiconductor material which illuminates the tiny diodes. These bulbs also have a heat sink for absorbing the heat produced and are highly effective as these bulbs are always cool to the touch. It also ensures that there is no heat buildup which saves money on air conditioning. You can use these bulbs outdoors but you need to make sure that they are rated for outdoor use.

Some Facts About Light

The type of lighting in the room has a serious effect on its atmosphere and mood. If you combine the right light bulbs with the right light fixtures, your house will not only be properly illuminated but will also look immaculate. Here is what you should know about lighting in order to choose the perfect light bulbs for your home and lifestyle.

Lumen & Watts

These are the units used for measuring the light output as well as energy usage.

Lumen: It measures the amount of light emitted by a light bulb. In simple terms, a higher number of lumen means higher brightness and a lower lumen means lower brightness. A standard 100-watt bulb you see out there is capable of producing around 1600 lm.

Watts: It is a measure of the energy used by a light bulb. Lower wattage equates lower electric bill. LEDs and compact fluorescent lights produce the same light output as incandescent bulbs but have a lower wattage which means these consume lower energy for producing the same amount of light.

Color Of Light

It refers to the appearance of light and the unit of measure used is the Kelvin temperature scale. It simply refers to the difference in soft white and daylight bulbs. If a bulb has a lower Kelvin number, it simply means that it produces more yellow light whereas a higher Kelvin number equates to whiter or bluer light.

  • Soft White: It refers to light in the yellowish-orange and the Kelvin temperature ranges from 2700K to 3000K. It is the standard color of light produced by incandescent bulbs. This type of light is ideal for living rooms, bedrooms, dens as well as for highlighting dark words.
  • Daylight: It is in the blue range and the Kelvin temperature scale ranges from 5000K to 6500K. It is great for reading as the light is easy on the eyes and offers a bright illumination.

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