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L.E.D. vs Incandescent

LED vs Incandescent 


ANSI

(American National Standards Institute)

Ansi Chart 


Light Beam Comparison

Light Beam Comparison 

What is an L.E.D?

L.E.D. stands for Light Emitting Diode. It’s not a bulb; it does not use a filament. It’s plastic with a phosphorous coating and metal conductor that produces a brighter, whiter light than other bulb types. LEDs last 25,000 to 100,000 hours (depends on type).

Measures of Comparison

Watts: Power Consumption
Measures the electrical power consumed by a light. The higher the watts, the greater the battery consumption.

Lumens: Beam Brightness
The “standard” and most dependable measure of a light's true brightness. The higher the lumens, the brighter the light.