Yes, the first purchase of a LED lamp is much more expensive than traditional light bulb we are used to for the last 130 years. But the purchase of LED bulbs should not 19459002 be seen as a burden but as an investment, whether for your home or for commercial use, it will probably be the fastest return a number on your investment, short of landing on a roulette table. [ ]
A high quality LED bulb would you back more than £ 20 to make, but if I tell you, it will save you £ 20 in energy costs within 12 months, would you be interested? And it will set you back £ 20 a year each year for ten years or more, you will be more interested. That’s a return on investment of 1000%.
he latest generation of LED lamps provide comparable light output regularly 50w halogen lamps, but burning less than 10% of assets. If you also take into account the life span of up to 50,000 hours, then the rest is simple mathematics “For example .. if you change to ten of your normal 50W halogen spotlights with ten equal strength 9W LED GU10 lamps consume 4.4W, you save more than £ 3,000
a halogen GU10 LED cost you £ 2.00. will cost you £ 20. Each LED bulb lasts 50,000 hours, as opposed to a halogen that will only last for 2000 hours at best before it must be replaced. So, the 50,000 hours you 250 (25 x 10) halo (cost £ 500 in total) or alliteratively 10 LED bulbs (cost £ 200) is required. the initial purchase price is one thing, the current cost is another. each halogen turn requires 50 watts, and running a high quality LED lamp only needs 4.4Watts. taking into account the current average domestic electricity price of around 13p / kWh. Thus more than 50,000 hours of cost of the execution of the halogens will be around £ 3300 and the cost of executing the LED will £ 300. This is a saving of more than 90%.
In total, you will spend £ 3,800 (£ 500 + £ 3,300) buying and running your halogens. If you spend replacing them with LED bulbs you just £ 500 (£ 200 + £ 300) in all saving over 85%. The best part are guaranteed a quality LED lamp (not the cheap version) will come with a minimum three-year warranty, which is more than 25,000 hours of continuous, so even if it fails after the warranty period of 3 years, you will have saved over £ 1500 pounds on your initial investment of £ 200
the answer to the first question is “LED lighting is expensive?” I would have to say no, it’s probably the best investment one can make, especially now that energy costs are on the rise and save the monthly fixed costs is the key to financial survival. Remember that you will also reduce your carbon foot print. Less energy use less carbon emissions.