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LED Tube Lights Vs. LED Panel Lights: Which Is Better for Commercial Use: User Insights

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Advantages

1. Panel lights are designed to be flexible. Designers design a variety of different shapes & different particles of the light source according to the customer requirement.

2. The illumination of LED panel light is higher and glow is even.

3. Heat dissipation of LED panel light is less than other lights. These lights are slim.

4. Control ability of these lights are strong. LED Panel lights can carry out program control by an external controller and regulate the light color.

5. LED panel lights can change or adjust light color according to the environment and different needs.

6. These lights don’t produce any radiation and glare and can protect eyesight. The light color is also very average.

The light bulb that has lit up our homes since the 1800s was officially on its way out after former President George W. Bush signed the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. Although the act didn't ban the use, purchase, sale or manufacture of incandescent bulbs, it did require household light bulbs to have 25 percent greater efficiency (which means 25 percent less energy use) than the traditional bulbs that used between 40 and 100 watts of electricity. The inefficient incandescent, where 90 percent of its energy is given off as heat, had fallen out of favor with the financially and ecologically concerned.

When the new lighting standards began in 2012, prime replacements for the incandescent light bulb were the higher-efficiency compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) and the light emitting diodes (LEDs). The CFL, though, has its own problems, primarily the inclusion of toxic mercury in the design and a strange, sometimes unpleasant color that even gives some people headaches.

An LED is what's called a "solid-state lighting" technology, or SSL. Basically, instead of emitting light from a vacuum (as in an incandescent bulb) or a gas (as in a CFL), an SSL emits light from a piece of solid matter. In the case of a traditional LED, that piece of matter is a semiconductor.

Stated very simply, an LED produces light when an electrical current passes through a microchip, which illuminates the tiny light sources called LEDs and the result is visible light. For a complete explanation, see How Light Emitting Diodes Work.

The problem with LEDs as primary home lighting was that while they emit a lot of light, the structure of an LED caused some of that light to get trapped inside. So, an LED bulb was traditionally dimmer than an incandescent bulb, and most people want their lamps and ceiling fixtures to be pretty bright.

Now, LEDs bulbs have brightened up. You can now find LED replacement bulbs that emit light equivalent to a 60-watt incandescent light bulb or higher, which makes them a viable technology for basic lighting needs at home. And a LED replacement light bulb has a life 24,000 hours longer than that of a traditional incandescent 60-watt bulb.


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