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Saturday, April 1, 2017

Considerations of Buying LED Light Bulb from BROS Future-oriented LED Light | www.BROSled.com

Wherever you are buying your LED light bulb, please refer to below four considerations. 

Equivalent Wattage
Lumens are a great standard, while comparing an LED bulb to an incandescent, we can have a rough estimate like this. The wattage of LED lighting you are requiring,  is 1/4 or 1/5 the incandescent wattage.

Lumens measure how much light the LED lighting gives out. On average, a 60-watt incandescent gives out at 800 lumens with roughly 5 to 10 percentage lumens difference above or below. LEDs are rated for their max lumen rating and last much longer.

Color Temperature
It guides to you how the light will look. Lower color temperature is warmer, with yellowish color, with 2700-3000K being a more incandescent "warm white" while higher temperatures like 5000K will deliver a very harsh "stark white" light. 
(for further color temperature understand, you can go to our site: How to Choose Suitable LED Light on Color Temperature)

LED Driver
As we know, LEDs do not run on AC voltage. Many LEDs require drivers to convert the voltage from AC to DC. Many socket-based LED light bulbs are self-driven, but you should check before buying to make sure that you buy both an LED and a driver at the same time if it isn't self-driven.

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