LED Lights will "Dominate" the Market
With the implementation of the NSW energy savings scheme and the market self-regulation factors, the current sales scale of incandescent lights in New South Wales is declining, and the proportion of incandescent lights in the lighting market is also declining. Although energy-saving lights are still a mainstream product, they faced a negative sales growth for the first time last year, and market vacancies were all occupied by LED products.
LED energy-saving lights are also called light-emitting diodes. Its basic structure is a piece of electroluminescent semiconductor material, a solid-state semiconductor device, which can directly convert electricity into light. Put it on a shelf with leads, and seal it with epoxy resin around it, then the inner core wire could be protected. For this reason, LED lights have well seismic performance. The heart of the LED is a semiconductor chip, one end of the chip is attached to a bracket. One end of the chip is the negative pole, and the other end is connected to the positive pole of the power supply. The entire chip is encapsulated by epoxy resin.
Are LED lights really more energy-efficient?
The energy-saving status of LED energy-saving lights mainly depends on the initial luminous effect. The greater the initial luminous effect is, the more energy-saving the lights could be. According to the inspection, the initial luminous efficiency of LED lights is significantly higher than that of incandescent lights and energy-saving lights, which reflects that LED lights are indeed more energy-efficient. In addition to being more energy-efficient, LED lights are also safer than incandescent lights and energy-saving lights. This is because the power consumption of a single LED is very low, and the requirements for conductive lines are not high. As a result, there are fewer short circuit faults caused by line aging.
The energy-saving and environmentally-friendly features of LED lights have great advantages. The NSW energy savings scheme has also seen the development prospects of LEDs, and attached great importance to LED for its contribution to energy saving and environmental protection in New South Wales. Therefore, according to the NSW energy savings scheme, LED lights will still expand their use scale, and we can predict that LED lights will "occupy" the market.