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Dear reader! The Internet is full from messages as: " There is no LED lights that can replace a bulb, they are still under development ore LED lights are in their luminosity still too weak and rather for Design lighting usable. One can easily recognize by the shown photos (click for Info´s), that these reports are simple WRONG. There are LEDs in any strength on the market and also the prices, compare with 2008, already drastically lowered itself. In order not to buy a wrong LED, we recommend to read our: " 3 step´s to the correct LED lighting (link) " and " LED colors (link) " sides. LEDs holds for a very long time and it would be unfortunate if one would not be satisfied with its LED lighting.
Destroying ecological balance - energy energy-savings lamp and bulbs must be stopped!
After the resolution of the European Union committee responsible for Ökodesign starting from 1 September 2009 the sale of all matte bulbs and as well clear bulbs with 100 Watts achievement is forbidden. Starting from 1 September 2010 then all clear 75-Watt-bulbs follows and starting from 1 September 2012 all remaining bulbs..
There is now 129 years past since the Thomas's E. Edison announced the electrical lamp as patent. Long time enough now the experts of the European Union member states means and agreed in Brussels to take bulbs, because of the high energy consumption, from the market.
But finally not only the high current consumption blows out the light of the conventional lamps. A new ecological balance study pointed out that with the production of LEDs only approx. 20% of the energy must be spent as with the production of the currentcorrosive bulbs. For 25 comparison bulbs, which one would have to renew during the life span of an LED, one needs approximately 3,300 kilowatt-hours for the production. For an LED only 700Kw. This calculation included the raw materials, the materials and the emissions by transport.
Polluter: 25 lamps a´100W use 2,500 KW/H energy in 25,000 hr. and radiates a light-current of approx. 33 Mil. lm (entire quantity of light = lumen). To that 25,-- Euro initial costs still approximately 390,-- Euro cost of electricity comes in addition (average value offerers of 20 energy company).
Makes together, without counting the work time of replacing installation,
415,-- Euro total costs
For 25,000 hr. e.g. the 13W LED pear with 88 superflux power LED (nearly like a 100W bulb) needs only 325 KW/H, with a light-current of 25 Mil. lm, which means an electricity bill of approx. 50,-- Eur. (Average value). Thus come to the initial costs of 48,-- Eur. the 50,-- Eur. electricity in addition, result in
Total costs of 98,-- Eur
How important is our ENVIRONMENT for us? The CO2 balance
In addition, the CO2 - balance clearly points out the advantages of an LED. From the generation of electricity 1,250 kilograms of CO2 result!! during the enterprise of the bulbs! , with the LED only 162 kg!!!. Plus the CO2 Emission of the production, result in entirely:
100W Bulb: 2.900 Kilogramm CO2 13W LED: 512 Kilogramm CO2
More clearly it does not go any longer!
The OUT for the energy saving lamp?
Criticism becomes loud: On-line portal Öko-Test bombards formally the resolution of the EUROPEAN UNION committee to change to the energy-savings lamps. Electrical smog, wrong data of the manufacturers, bad light quality, higher heating costs, high-poisonous heavy metals and a biological risicofactor are only some the points Öko test throws the European Union experts to the head. Only where remains, in this scenario, the energy-saving LED and OLED technology?
Only where remains, in this scenario, the energy-saving LED and OLED technology?
Öko test only meagerly reports are found and the EUROPEAN UNION experts silent themselves out, although years ago they already recognized that energy energy-savings lamp can represent only one temporary solution. The future belongs undisputedly to the LEDs. They are pollution free in the production and in the disposal and in addition still keeps 10 times longer than energy energy-savings lamps.
By the way…. did you know that in a fluorescent tube up to 5mg mercury steam is contained? 150mg can be deadly for humans! Collect 30 fluorescent tubes, close you with them together into a small room, then destroy them... and you are DEAD! This comparison may sound for someone very exaggerated and "hard", but however it points out , how dangerously mercury steam for humans and environment real is and nevertheless "hanging" in millions of households and office buildings over our heads. For animals 30mg already hands, that means, 6 fluorescent tubes. And one should envisage this comparison, if you find next time in the domestic refuse a broken energy lamp.
LED "fluorescent tubes" contains 0 mg mercury (Hg)
Here some will perhaps ask itself in such a way... and what the European Union committee say to this?
Briefly said: Nothing. It promotes even still this scenario, because the European Union RoHS guidelines (English: Restriction OF the use OF certain hazardous substances; German: „Beschränkung der Verwendung bestimmter gefährlicher Stoffe “) say, it is allowed! to be used up to 5mg mercury per lamp. In short, mercury ESPs belongs into the special refuse! Frightening interesting to be still noticed here that only approximately 30 per cent of the energy energy-savings lamp and the fluorescent tubes in the comparison year 2007 were duly collected and disposed of environmental fairly. Private households collected and disposed of even only ten per cent of the old lamps separately of the domestic refuse. The "best" collecter were however the Austrians and Sweden. There the collecting ratios amount to 62% and/or 89 per cent and thus are double or three times so high.
Der LED-Anwendungsbereich geht weit über diese Beiträge hinaus...
But how does it look in other countries? There are fluorescent tubes already for a very long time and the ESP started in the last years a record-suspicious triumphant advance, up to the last angle of our earth. The disposal problem was turned however simply under the table or mentioned not once. Many humans do not even know that in this "new" achievement contains poison materials. The story of the Viktoriasee e.g.(Story , sound after the first appearance quite well, only does we ask themselves whether to the supplied ESP lamps also a waste disposal facility was provided? Would surely interesting to be experienced.
And here the truth story about the Viktorialake.(truth story, truth story 1/2, truth story 2/2)
Brightness comparison: LED 2,3Watt!!!, GB 25W, GB 40W
LEDs insted of bulbs: Saving up to 90% energy with 50x longer lifespan!
10 x longer lifespan as ESP lamps
NO UV radiation
Switch on immediately and 100% light power
LEDs contains no mercury
little heat radiation
In all WHITE colors available
In all colors available
RGB LEDs radiats white light but also all colors
The new LED generation convince with high light efficiency
LEDs are 100% shock proof
NO maintenance cost
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