LEDtechnology Competition

The semiconductor technology will change the lighting market in the next few years. Since September 2009 the lights means the EU regulation. The customer shall be covered with light bulbs and created a private stock. What conclusion can the lamp retailers so far derive from? “The Managing Director of wohnlicht.com says Mr Oliver Reiser: it came to outright Hamsterkaufen of the consumer Kunden.Verunsicherte were heaped on our service hotline or email to more detailed information on the subject to get.” Critics of the EU Verornung repeatedly cite the disadvantages of saving lamp: cold and harsh light elaborate and costly disposal due to the mercury content of high cost but is saving lamp at the energy saving bulb it only involves one short-to medium-term transition solution. The future belongs to the semiconductors. LED technology is progressing by leaps and bounds in improving. LED means light-emitting diode, and whose Absazu will soar in the coming years.

Exciting Periods of profound change”predicts Mr Martin Goetzeler, CEO of OSRAM light industry. Purchases of lamps and luminaires with LED technology packaged in classic forms (retrofits) is greatly increased. And this even though the purchase price here at about 25 euros. We sell more and more residential lighting with LEDs. The development of LED light colour and the harausfiltern of the blue trick”takes the LED light more and more living space character on.”, says US Sales Director Mr Michael Lukassen by wohnlicht.com. Further decisive advantages of semiconductor technology: high luminous efficiency, low energy consumption (8W LED correspond to a normal light bulb 40W) long service life (MLD 25,000 hours) Low heat the semiconductor technology brings new provider on the Markt.Diese come predominantly from Asia, such as for example, sharp, Toshiba, Panasonic and Samsung. Philips will present mid-April only still LED solutions at the world’s biggest lighting trade fair light & building in Frankfurt.

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