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LED Candle Light Bulbs Replacement For Incandescent Candle Light Bulb
2013-03-29 09:51:51

LED candle light is an ideal replacement for your existing candle light bulb and spot light. You can replace that high power incandescent or halogen energy with a LED candle bulb replacement or LED candle light that only uses a fraction of the energy than a traditional candle light bulb. LED candle light can be used ceiling light, crystal bulbs, landscape lighting .

LED candle light bulb is available with a normal rounded tip or a bent tip, flame tip to suit your preference. The LED Flame Bulb with bent tip is great for LED chandelier applications. Because of its shape, the bulb is also known as: LED candle bulbs, LED torpedo bulbs, LED candelabra bulbs, LED chandeliers light bulbs, LED flame bulbs.

A range of LED candle bulbs are available in a variety of color lamp body and glass caps. The LED candle light bulbs can be direct replacements for incandescent and fluorescent candle lamps as LED chandeliers bulbs are suitable for many home lighting and commercial lighting applications. They are often used outdoors with a suitable weatherproof fitting and with their low power consumption, LED candle light bulbs have long lifespan around 50000 hours, LED chandeliers bulbs are cost and energy efficient. The LED candle bulbs are available in many color temperatures such as warm white, natural white, cool white.

In contrast, an incandescent lamp or light bulb is highly inefficient, as about 98% of the energy input is emitted as heat Incandescent lamps are relatively inexpensive to make. The typical lifespan of an incandescent lamp is around 1,500 hours. However , they work well with dimmers. Older light fixtures are designed for the size and shape of these traditional bulbs.

Fluorescent light bulbs work by passing electricity through mercury vapor, which in turn emits ultraviolet light. While the heat generated by a fluorescent lamp is much less than its incandescent counterpart, energy is still lost in generating the ultraviolet light and converting this light into visible light. fluorescent lamps are typically five to six times the cost of equivalent incandescent lamps but have lifespan around 20,000 hours. Most fluorescent lamps are not compatible with dimmers.

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