Lighting Topics

  Since I first took part in a lighting project 7 years ago, I have participated in more than 50 lighting projects, big and small. These have led me to understand one thing above all others: the best solution is always a well-balanced solution. It is easy to work out a solution that is generally … Continue reading How To Get Your Lighting Solution Well Balanced?
Since 2011, when we established our high-power LED lighting business, we have been involved with more than 80 customers from 23 countries. Most of our lighting engineering customers can be divided into two types. The first type are mainly lighting contractors, facility management companies, energy saving companies, etc. who focus on engineering lighting programs. They … Continue reading iLUXZ Launches Its 2017 New Product Concept to Break Through The Inventory Dilemma in Distribution Channel
Before buying LED lamps, purchasers tend to inquire about the transmittance of the lamp lens, because many generally believe that the higher the light transmittance of the lens, the higher the light efficiency of the lamp, which would means in turn that the light fixture would save more energy. Research and sales show that when … Continue reading Be Aware of the Downsides That May Exist in Lamps with High Transmittance
As we all know, thermal design is the most important process in LED production, as a good thermal design is essential to enabling the substantial lifespan of the LED product. To most LED lighting purchasers, even those with professional LED knowledge, it is difficult to determine if a lamp has thermal design defects without professional … Continue reading Have You Ever Tried To Measure The Heat Dissipation of LED Light With Just An Illuminance Meter?
What Wattage Should I Get to Equal Brightness with My Previous Fluorescent Tube? If we consider a typical 1.2 meter T8 fluorescent tube, this will consume around 40 watts in total - 36W in power and then an extra 4W in ballast. If we take the average brightness within the industry, its lumen output will … Continue reading FAQs about LED Tubes