Los Angeles, California. Apr 20, 2011 – In order to follow the American household market trend of switching to dimmable LED bulbs . Today, Global Green Lighting announced the launch of dimmable LED bulb with 72 SMD3014 as light source.
The green revolution in lighting is not without its casualties. While many consumers have switched from traditional filament light bulbs to compact fluorescent light bulbs, in the process they have lost the ability to utilize dimming switches in their homes. Thankfully a new form of energy-efficient light bulbs have arrived that provide this desired feature.
Compact fluorescent lights have solved many of the problems associated with traditional filament light bulbs. Traditional light bulbs utilize a very small amount of the energy they utilize to produce light- the majority of the energy fed into traditional light bulbs is expressed primarily as heat- which is why traditional light bulbs get so hot so quickly when they are switched on. Compact fluorescent light bulbs convert a considerably higher percentage of their energy into light, which is why they are significantly more energy efficient than traditional filament bulbs.
This boost in energy efficiency isn’t without its drawbacks, and one of the biggest is the fact that compact fluorescent light bulbs are unable to dim. Compact fluorescent light bulbs are either switched on or they are switched off, there is no middle ground where they produce a percentage of their potential light. Because dimmable lights and dimmer switches are so popular amongst American consumers, this drawback has been a significant one. A large amount of consumers desire to use energy efficient lights, both to lower their energy bill and to help protect the environment, but are unwilling to lose the dimmable lighting systems they treasure. Up until recently these consumers were caught in quite a bind.
But with the introduction of the dimmable LED bulbs for replacements this problem has been solved. Like compact fluorescent light bulbs LED based light bulbs are far more energy efficient than traditional filament light bulbs. “Unlike compact fluorescent light bulbs, LED based light bulbs provide a variety of lighting options- including the ability to provide a wide range of light, which allows them to act as a proper replacement light bulb for traditional filament light bulbs that were used in dimmable lighting systems.” said Ming Lin, Senior Engineer of Global Green Lighting, Inc.
In many ways LED lights provide the best of both worlds. They are extremely energy efficient and environmentally friendly (and are, in fact, more environmentally friendly than compact fluorescent bulbs as they contain no dangerous gas) while providing exceptional brightness and total control over the light that they produce. “Our dimmable LED lamps can easily replace a traditional filament bulb of about 60 to 70 watts while saving money and environmental impact without losing any of the traditional bulb’s functionality.” add Ming Lin, Senior Engineer of Global Green Lighting, Inc.
It should come as no surprise then that more and more American consumers are opting to switch over from traditional filament bulbs and new compact fluorescent bulbs in exchange for high-tech dimmable LED lights. While most people originally believed that LED lights were only appropriate for retail or night life applications, every day more and more American consumers are seeing that LED lights provide the earth-friendly retrofit lighting alternative that they’ve been searching for.
About Global Green Lighting, Inc.
Global Green Lighting, Inc. is a LED lighting designer, distributor headquarters in City of Industry, California, focusing LED lighting fixture designing, developing, and manufacturing. Products include LED light bulbs, custom tube lights, strip lighting, under-the-cabinet lighting, display case lighting, and more, selling products in North America with China-based factory supports.
Global Green Lighting, Inc.
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