A Comparison Between Energy-saving Lights and Traditional Incandescent Lamps
energy-saving lights use the principle of gas discharge to operate. Its technical name is self-ballasted fluorescent lamps. In addition to white (cold light), there are also yellow (warm light).
Generally speaking, under the same wattage, an energy-saving light is 80% energy-saving than an incandescent lamp, its average life span is 8 times longer, and its heat radiation is only 20%. Under non-strict circumstances, a 5-watt energy-saving light can be regarded as an incandescent lamp equal to 25 watts, a 7-watt energy-saving light is approximately equal to 40 watts, and a 9-watt energy-saving light is approximately equal to 60 watts.
By using the obtained model to replace the five most commonly used lamps or bulbs in your home, you can save a lot of dollars each year.
Ⅰ. The advantages of energy-saving light
Compared with traditional incandescent lamps, energy-saving bulbs such as halogen incandescent lamps, compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) and light-emitting diodes (LED) have the following advantages:
1. Compared with traditional incandescent lamps, energy-saving light bulbs usually use about 25%-80% less energy, thus saving money.
2. It can last 3-25 times longer.
Ⅱ. energy-saving light have a longer service life
Today's energy-saving light have the desired variety of colors and brightness. Although the initial price of energy-saving light is usually higher than that of traditional incandescent lamps, newer bulbs cost less to run, thereby saving money during the life of the bulb. Many new energy-saving bulbs have a significantly longer service life than traditional bulbs, so there is no need to replace them frequently.
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