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The basic element used in LEDs is phosphorous that is responsible for light emission. With increasing use of LEDs in number of applications, there is increased demand for construction of LEDs, and hence increasing requirement for LED phosphor.
And so you may have noticed, with the lights being on for longer periods of time, that there are problems in your home lighting. Perhaps you notice that more light is needed in certain rooms, or maybe the overhead lights in the living room are
a way to keep the incandescent bulb burning brightly, despite a government law set to go into effect New Year's Day that effectively outlaws the most commonly used lightbulbs...When the government decided to ban incandescent lightbulbs, they left a
Those incandescent bulbs you designed had a good run, but after almost 140 years they're on their way out the door. Traditional 40 and 60 watt bulbs are being phased out of the market because they don't meet the efficiency regulations of a federal
On Jan. 1 it will become illegal to manufacture or import traditional 60-watt and 40-watt incandescent bulbs, thanks to a 2007 bill that set strict minimum efficiency standards and effectively outlawed the ordinary bulb. And like a politician on
Light bulb manufacturers will cease making traditional 40 and 60-watt light bulbs -- the most popular in the country -- at the start of 2014. This comes after the controversial phasing out of incandescent 75 and 100-watt light bulbs at the beginning
Shed some light on illumination Kathryn McKenzie Living Green Posted: 12/12/2013 12:00:28 AM PST Updated: 12/12/2013 12:00:29 AM PST As the days keep getting shorter and shorter, we turn the lights on earlier in the evening that's a given.
From an environmental perspective, it's rarely advisable to discard something that works and replace it with an energy-efficient version, since the energy required to produce your new bauble is often greater than the savings it offers once you use it.
To keep costs down on holiday lights, some people spend extra for LED lights...Chris Freeman keeps it simple: He unplugs his lights before he goes to bed. "They don't need to stay on all night," said the 26-year-old Fort Lauderdale resident, who
Goldee wants to do to light switches what Nest did to thermostats. Dubbed a smart light controller, Goldee gives owners a dizzying amount of control over how their lights work...How about turning off your lights when you leave and powering them on