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FAQs (Anything About LEDs)

What does LED stand for 

LED stands for – Light Emitting Diode (LED)

How much energy does a LED save?

LEDs are so efficient you can save up to 90% energy compared to Halogen or Incandescent bulbs

How much money will a LED light save me? 

The average domestic lighting bill in the UK is around £300, if you were to swap the bulbs from halogen to LEDs you could cut your lighting costs by 90% so it could be as much as £270 saving just for switching to LEDs

How long do LED lights last? 

LEDs have a much longer lifespan than standard halogens bulbs. LED bulbs can last up to 30000 hours, that is nearly ten years of constant use at 8 hours per day.

What does (K) Kelvin mean? Eg 3000K

(K) Kelvin - Color temperature is a way to describe the light appearance provided by a light bulb. It is measured in degrees of Kelvin (K) on a scale from 1,000 to 10,000 sees chart below;

What rooms suit the different colour temperature?

The colour temperature of LEDs are suited to different environments, this is all up to personal preference yet the chart below indicates the look and feel of the light for you to choose.

Can I put new LED bulbs into my old fittings? 

All our LED bulbs are designed to fit directly into your old fitting from Halogen or Incandescent unless stated.

What does SMD mean?

SMD stands for Surface Mounted Device. This is a type of LED lighting that is quite common in our range.

What does COB mean?

COB stands for Chips On Board. This is a new generation of LED lighting, multiple LED chips are packaged together forming a single light module. When a current is passed through the LED chips is looks like a lighting panel.

What does DOB mean?

DOB stands for Driver On Board – This is a new generation of LED lighting that is designed to be driven directly off of AC 110V without converters.

What does Lumen mean?

Lumen is what we measure the brightness of bulbs, the more Lumens per bulb the brighter the bulb