LED lighting is the latest advancement in the lighting industry, offering a range of benefits that can help organizations reduce their electricity costs and energy consumption. LED lights are more energy-efficient than traditional lighting solutions, producing more useful lumens for each watt of power used. They also require less voltage, making them ideal for areas prone to flooding. LEDs are also capable of dimming to almost any percentage of power, from 5% to 100%, and they emit light in a 180° direction, making them perfect for recessed lighting. The SiteLogiq team can assist you in finding the right LED lighting solution for your facility and ensure a smooth installation process.
Our team includes energy efficiency experts, engineers, and project managers who can help you make informed decisions about how you can use LED lighting. We have helped centers such as hospitals, K-12 schools, federal prisons, ice rinks and many companies make smart energy choices. LED lights use approximately 50 percent less electricity than traditional incandescent, fluorescent and halogen options, resulting in considerable savings in energy costs. LEDs also direct light in a specific direction, unlike conventional bulbs, which emit light and heat in all directions. This directional lighting capability reduces wasted light and energy.
LEDs have an expected lifespan of 30,000 to 50,000 hours or even longer, depending on the quality of the lamp or device. This longer lifespan reduces labor costs associated with replacing bulbs in commercial situations. LEDs are also compatible with occupancy or daylight sensors and can dim up to 10 percent of light output. They emit virtually no infrared or UV radiation and are not affected by fast cycles. All these features make LEDs suitable for a wide range of applications. Rapid advances in LED lighting technologies have resulted in reduced costs and greater reliability of LEDs.
While it may be tempting to assume that LEDs are the right choice for all applications because of their energy efficiency, the selection should be based on a combination of factors such as light quality and distribution, dimmability and expected lifespan. LED bulbs are designed to be a more energy-efficient source of light, by using a semiconductor to convert electricity into light. Because of the small shape of each individual LED, they can be arranged in various patterns and used to create a wider variety of lighting accessories with different shapes that can be adapted to a greater number of applications than traditional lighting.