And yes, this is the page where you find help with what general questions to ask from your local retailer.
For questions relating to one
type of light fixture just scroll or jump to the theme of your interest.
Oh...and for good measure, let's not forget...
General questions to ask: size, type, output, where do I want to put / what suits me best, does it suit under water, in outdoor UV ligth.
We want to be energy efficient
and save on power, so -
Specific questions: are listed at the type of light fixture your are interested in.
The difference that low-voltage bulbs can make…
They are quite inexpensive to operate. So if you use low voltage energy
saving bulbs it will mean a decrease on your power bill. But there
lower heat output will also reduce the need to install additional
cooling components and there running costs. This allows you more
flexibility to install them.
None of the incandescent light bulbs is considered an energy saving bulb any more. Long life light bulbs consume slightly less energy and last roughly twice as long than your average bulb, but all the other type of light bulbs on this page are doing a better job in the energy saving department.
Incandescent lights are of narrow spectrum (usually yellow) color. Incandescent vacuum bulbs are illuminated by a tungsten filament made white-hot by electrical current. When the filament burns the light goes off without warning. (Not much fun there.)
Related ArticlesLed light bulbs are quite unlike your halogen, compact fluorescent or even incandescent light bulbs.
Long life light bulbs
Click here to see why is there a cost sacrifice for brighter LED.
(The heating / lighting trade-off)
Click here compare the lifetime of long life energy saving bulbs and LED.
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