When planning a purchase LED bulb, you need to ask the right questions. You must initially set if this is a replacement of existing light bulb or if your purchase is part of a new project. This will allow you to respond automatically to some of the following questions.
-Where will you install your light bulb? Mean by that, in any room in your home you install this bulb? This will allow you automatically, eliminate or favor certain types of bulb. For example, for more security and respect of standard NFC 15-100, promote 12v bulbs in your bathroom or other water (MR16 spotlights Spot or Full IP54). Another example is the case of a garage prefer waterproof strips to T8 tubes for power and lighting homogeneity. If there is a kitchen, go for spotslight with GU10 bulbs run on your worktop. Finally, for a living, spots or high power bulb center point or recessed spotlights.
-What nerve (if existing bulb) Indispensable when replacing a bulb, set the base will allow you to effortlessly replace and in your 30s bulb without converting your chandelier or your sleeve. On Ledbulbbay.com, there are LED bulbs for all needs and for all existing caps.
-What do you light? Here we try to define a number of necessary ampoule and the scattering angle of the latter. Is it the lighting of a room? On one specific point in this room? Or you want to enhance a table, a decoration, a plant … For general lighting, you need to focus on quantity, power or both to obtain the desired result. Depending on the number of bulbs you will know if you need wide viewing angle to or not (which also directs you to a type of LED). For a spot lighting, you can settle for a tight angle to aim the luminous flux towards the area to be illuminated.
-In what light intensity do you need? If there is a replacement of ampoule, first check the power you had before. Be content then you find an LED equivalent. Read our listing on light intensity, “what the lumen” for help. If this is a new installation, it really depends on your taste and need. Some people want to have a bright light, others more discreet light. Keep in mind however that some rooms such as kitchens need to be better informed than a bedroom or part time. Our file on calculating the number of spot installed in a room may also help. You will find the formulas and regulatory recommendations.
-What temperature desired lighting color? One of the big innovations of the LED, is the ability to choose its light color. We are not talking here strictly speaking color as red or blue (RGB products except) but in different shades of white. Of Warm White, who pulls yellow and resembles that of our old filament bulbs, the cool white, more intense but less warm, similar to lighting a neon through the Neutral White, a good intermediate between the two, also the closest to the light naturally emitted by our sun on a beautiful summer day, the LED will completely change the look of your rooms, furniture and decorations. The majority of our LED bulbs are available in many shades of white. You can find further information and examples to guide you in your choice in the dossier on the illumination color and soon in our photo section (clients achievements).
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