Use Of LED Lighting Projects Can Save Up To 70% Power

The technical lighting project is a way to unite the technique with the art of lighting, using quality products that result in pleasant environments, balancing the incidence of light the way you’d expect for the space.

In times of high energy price and risk of rationing, it is essential to pay attention to lighting design, as being appropriate, it can save up to 70% of electric energy, by means of lamps and different drives, aiming at a smart consumption.

In this scenario, an effective solution, according to the architects Erika Fukunishi and Thalita Miyawaki, theEFTM Architecture, is to opt for the use of LED lamps, which do not use mercury and not cause damage to the nature.

“There are various possibilities of use. The most common and versatile applications can be light bulbs candle format, format mini ball, globe, and LED strips replacing incandescent bulbs “indicates conventional reflective Erika, remembering that the products can be installed as usual on the ceiling or lining, but also on the walls, stairs, carpentry, internal or external areas.

Only advantages–besides the versatility and economy that make it possible, LED lamps are quite life and require very little maintenance. Resistant to impacts and vibrations, the need to Exchange is, on average, after 50000 hours of use, according to the Lighting lab at Unicamp. I.e. your durability is long.

Thalita and Erika also benefits in routine, such as your Flash drive even at low temperatures and the effect of light and delete that do not deteriorate your lifetime compared to incandescent lamps and halogen lamps.

LED models are very close to the efficiency of fluorescent and allow adjustments in issue, which make the intensity and color of light more vivid and saturated. Such technology has already put on the market even light bulbs in colors Blue, green, yellow and red.

For Erika, one of the highlights is “the possibility of applying the LED as a decoration, creating scenarios and highlighting ornaments. In museums, for example, where ultraviolet radiation damages pieces like paintings and works of art, the LED came to finish with this problem and illuminate what worth highlighting”, he adds