Ceramic LED lamp

Ceramic LED lamp
Materials

    Ceramic LED lamps are made with Ceramic.Ceramic materials are inorganic, non-metallic materials made from compounds of a metal and a non metal. Ceramic materials may be crystalline or partly crystalline. They are formed by the action of heat and subsequent cooling.Clay was one of the earliest materials used to produce ceramics, but many different ceramic materials are now used in domestic, industrial and building products. Ceramic materials tend to be strong, stiff, brittle, chemically inert, and non-conductors of heat and electricity, but their properties vary widely. For example, porcelain is widely used to make electrical insulators, but some ceramic compounds are superconductors.

Superiority

    Ceramic LED lamps are made that replace screw-in incandescent or compact fluorescent light bulbs. Most Ceramic LED lamps replace incandescent bulbs rated from 5 to 60 watts. As of 2010, some Ceramic LED lamps replace higher wattage bulbs; For example, one manufacturer claims a 16-watt Ceramic LED Lamp as bright as a 150W halogen lamp.

    A standard general-purpose incandescent bulb emits light at an efficiency of about 14 to 17 lumens/W depending on its size and voltage. According to the European Union standard, an energy-efficient bulb that claims to be the equivalent of a 60W tungsten bulb must have a minimum light output of 806 lumens.

Lifespans

     Some models of Ceramic LED lamps work with dimmers as used for incandescent lamps. Ceramic LED lamps often have directional light characteristics. The lamps have declined in cost to between US$30 to $50 each as of 2010. These bulbs are more power-efficient than compact fluorescent bulbs and offer lifespans of 30,000 or more hours, reduced if operated at a higher temperature than specified. Incandescent bulbs have a typical life of 1,000 hours, compact fluorescents about 8,000 hours.[citation needed] The bulbs maintain output light intensity well over their life-times. Energy Star specifications require the bulbs to typically drop less than 10% after 6000 or more hours of operation, and in the worst case not more than 15%.

      They are also mercury-free, unlike fluorescent lamps. Ceramic LED lamps are available with a variety of color properties. The higher purchase cost than other types may be more than offset by savings in energy and maintenance.

 

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