If you’ve recently found yourself in the market for new lightbulbs, you’ve probably been confronted with what appears to be a limitless number of alternatives. Recent technological advancements have provided us with a plethora of new lighting options. A simple source of light has evolved into something far more complex, ranging from lightbulbs that react to sound waves to lightbulbs designed to fight off harmful pathogens, and one that has a patented battery backup system – Safelumin.

When all you need is a new bulb for your bedside lamp, how can you be sure that you pick the appropriate choice? When it comes to light bulbs, which ones are designed to be more environmentally friendly while also helping us save money on our energy bills?

The small step you take in purchasing a light bulb may make a difference in your own life and the lives of others, and the environment.

What are the benefits of using Safelumin LED lights?

Light-emitting diode (LED) lighting technology has several advantages, which are listed below. They are arranged in descending order of significance, beginning with the most essential item first:

  1. LED Lights Have a Longer Lifespan

If you compare the lifespan of LEDs to that of traditional lighting systems, it is easy to see why they are the more practical choice. 50,000 to 100,000 operational hours or more is the typical life expectancy of an LED bulb in everyday use. That is 2-4 times longer than the life expectancy of most fluorescent, metal halide, and even sodium vapour lighting fixtures. It has a lifespan that is more than 40 times that of a standard incandescent bulb. According to Safelumin, the Safelumin led light bulb can be used for up to 25,000 hours. Based on a three-hour-per-day work schedule, this equates to 22.8 years. Having to replace bulbs less frequently results in two significant benefits: lower maintenance costs in terms of personnel and lower costs for replacement bulbs (because the bulbs do not fail for a long time).

  1. Efficacy of LEDs in terms of energy consumption

LEDs use relatively little electricity. Two items, Wattage and Lumen, describe the amount of light emitted for each unit of power consumed by the bulb. Wattage is unit of power consumption; Lumen is unit of brightness. Before LED bulbs were invented, people used to use “Wattage” to describe how bright the bulb is, like 40W, 60W, 75W, 100W…etc. Since LED bulbs are highly energy efficient, a 7.5W LED bulb can now produce the same brightness as a 60W incandescent bulb. Therefore, the LED industry started to use “Lumen” to describe how bright the bulb is. For example: the glass incandescent 60W will produce 800 lumens of brightness; the Safelumin LED 7.5W will also produce the same 800 lumens of brightness. That is a whopping 87.5% less energy consumed by Safelumin led light bulb. Estimated annual energy costs are to be $0.92 per bulb.

  1. Improved Safety as a Result of LEDs

When it comes to LED lighting, one of the most frequently neglected benefits is that it is safe. When it comes to lighting, the most dangerous concern is the release of heat into the environment. LEDs emit almost little forward heat, whereas traditional bulbs such as incandescent convert more than 90 percent of the total energy used to power them straight into heat. LEDs emit very little forward heat. That means that only 10% of the energy consumed to power incandescent lights is used to produce light itself (which also makes them highly inefficient compared to LEDs). Furthermore, because LEDs consume less power, they can be used to a significant advantage on low-voltage electrical networks. If something goes wrong, these are typically considered to be much safer.

  1. LED chips are tiny in terms of physical size

The actual LED gadget is exceptionally modest in comparison to its surroundings. Small power devices can be as small as a tenth of a single millimetre square, whereas more significant power devices can be as small as a millimetre square. Because of their small size, LEDs are incredibly versatile and can be used in many lighting applications. LED chips are used in various applications ranging from their origins in circuit board illumination and traffic signals to modern mood lighting, residential and commercial property applications, and even significant stadium lighting.

  1. LEDs produce directional emissions

LED technology emits light for only 180 degrees across its circumference. Incandescent and CFL bulbs emit light in a circle around the source in all directions. To reflect and redirect the light emitted, supplementary devices are required. This drives up the costs of the system as a whole and inevitably leads to losses, which means that the device is forced to operate at a lower efficiency than it would otherwise operate at. LEDs eliminate this problem and return the savings to the user in the form of increased overall energy efficiency.

Safelumin Is a Unique Power Outage LED Light Bulb Compared to its Class

  1. KEEP THE LIGHTS ON EVEN IF THE POWER GOES OFF: There will be no more fumbling around in the dark looking for candles, matches, and a flashlight that might work. You will get Safelumin backup light for 3 hours on-demand with the ease of simply switching your existing light switch on and off.
  2. PATENTED AIR-GAP TECHNOLOGY: Using a proprietary air-gap design, Safelumin has significantly reduced the risk of LED and battery overheating. This ensures that the performance of battery-operated light bulbs is long-lasting.
  3. ENSURES CONTINUOUS POWER OUTAGE BRIGHTNESS: Safelumin won’t get dimmer and dimmer as the battery drains. Safelumin comes with a 120lm backup light and maintains 120lm from the first minute to the last minute of battery life. This means the backup light has the sustained brightness for 3 hours.
  4. EFFICENT POWER OUTAGE SENSOR: The power outage sensor system from Safelumin utilizes relatively little energy and has a battery life of around six months when charged to 100% of its maximum capacity. Safelumin recommends that lights be turned on for 6 hours every three months to maintain full charge.
  5. PATENTED TECHNOLOGY: Safelumin’s unique technology can distinguish between a power outage and a switch being turned OFF. It is a one-of-a-kind bright light bulb that has been tested and certified by Underwriter Laboratory. Safelumin offers high quality and reliability.
  6. MULTI-BULB COMPATIBILITY: Safelumin is compatible with up to 12 additional LED or CFL light bulbs connected to the same light switch.
Safelumin Patented Air-gap

Final Words

The materials used to make LEDs are non-toxic, in contrast to Compact Fluorescent lighting (CFL), which contains mercury and will pollute the environment. LED is recyclable and is also referred to as “green” or “environmentally friendly.” LEDs are in the process of displacing traditional incandescent lighting. LEDs are unquestionably becoming the preferred lighting solution for both homes and business, and this trend is expected to continue. LED technology is constantly evolving, resulting in brighter LED light bulbs. Take the small step of purchasing Safelumin LED battery backup lights and enjoy the benefits of this modern technology.