Lotus Energy Saving Lamp
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1. Skilled worker&high quality energy saving light experienced, use advanced electrical circuit technology, using flame-resistant material, with highly radition and insulation
2. High luminous efficiency, soft and comfortable lighting, up to 85% energy saving
3. Competitive price
4. Color temperature: 2700~6500K
5. Voltage: 110~130V, 220~240V
6. Life time: 3000/5000/6000/8000hours as customer required
7. Energy saving lamp certificate: UL, CE, GS, RoHS
8. Packing: color box, blister card packing etc, as customer required
Energy Saving Lamp: Benefits
1. Efficient: CFLs are four times more efficient and last up to 10 times longer than incandescents. A 22 watt CFL has about the same light output as a 100 watt incandescent. CFLs use 50 - 80% less energy than incandescents.
2. Less Expensive: Although initially more expensive, you save money in the long run because CFLs use 1/3 the electricity and last up to 10 times as long as incandescents. A single 18 watt CFL used in place of a 75 watt incandescent will save about 570 kWh over its lifetime. At 8 cents per kWh, that equates to a $45 savings.
3. Environmental Protection: reduces Air and Water pollution. Replacing a single incandescent bulb with a CFL will keep a half-ton of CO2 out of the atmosphere over the life of the bulb.
4. H-quality Light: Newer CFLs give a warm, inviting light instead of the "cool white" light of older fluorescents. They use rare earth phosphors for excellent color and warmth. New electronically ballasted CFLs don't flicker or hum.
Versatile: CFLs can be applied nearly anywhere that incandescent lights are used. Energy-efficient CFLs can be used in recessed fixtures, table lamps, track lighting, ceiling fixtures and porchlights. 3-way CFLs are also now available for lamps with 3-way settings. Dimmable CFLs are also available for lights using a dimmer switch.
How to choose CFL
CFLs come in many shapes and sizes. When purchasing CFLs, consult the seller for recommendations and consider the following:
1. Choose your preferred light quality
CFL bulbs have a Kelvin or 'K' number listed on the packaging. CFLs with K numbers between 2700-3000 give off a soft bright light like incandescents. CFLs with K numbers between 3500-6000 give off a bright light. As you go up the K number scale the light gets bluish and closer to daylight.
Approx. 2700K = Warm White (looks just like incandescent)
Approx. 5000K = Cool White (white/blue, bright light)
2. Choose the shape. CFLs are available in a variety of shapes to fit a range of lamps and lighting fixtures.
CFL Models: Spiral Lamps, Triple Tube Lamps, Standard Lamps, Globe Lamps, Flood Lamps, Candelabra.
3. Match lumens to the incandescent being replaced. Lumens indicate the amount of light being generated.