FAQs

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What special have your products of your store?

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-Lifespan 30 years.
-90% savings compared to incandescent and 50% compared with bulbs economy CFL ..
-Very good performance money.

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Do you offer a guarantee on products LED?

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We offer a warranty of 2 years and in some cases we can offer a warranty of 3 years or more.

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Where can i throw a product LED?

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First, the life span is 30 years so you will not need to discard the product. Where the product is not likely to break and can be placed in trash. Recycling is however the preferred method.

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Can i install it myself at home?

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Of course, as long as there is the basic knowledge linking conventional bulbs.

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What economy have when I use products LED?

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Achieve very low power consumption to 90% savings compared to incandescent and 50% compared with bulbs economy CFL.
Example savings
If we consider that in a room need a 100Watt bulb for the main light and two lamps on the nightstands 40 Watt, then we use:
2pcs x 40Watt = 80Watt + 100Watt = 180 Watt/1h.
If we replace incandescent bulbs with LED bulbs then we need only:
3Watt x 2pcs = 6Watt + 12Watt = 18Watt/1h.
Automatically see that the power consumption is reduced by 162Watt/1h.
Therefore if we calculate the number of rooms and the hours the lights are expected , then gives the profit we have from PPC exclusively by power consumption.
With the assumption that it will illuminate for 30,000 hours for a room with the same light intensity , taking the price per kilowatt hour today (0,11 €), and lamp life the maximum nominal value stated by the manufacturer , the following conclusions derive .
A. Incandescent 25 Watt, with a lifetime = 1000 hours , unit price 0,6 €.
The 30,000 hours lighting lamps representing 30 (18 €) and 750 KWh (82,5 €)
Total cost : 100,50 € ( where 82% of the cost is the electric current)
B. Economy bulb 7 W, with a lifetime = 8000 hours , unit price 4,5 €.
The 30,000 hours lighting lamps corresponding to 3.8 (18 €) and 210 KWh (23,1 €)
Total cost : 41,10 € ( where 58% of the cost is the electric current)
C. Lamp LED 3 W, life = 30,000 hours , unit price 18 €.
The 30,000 hours lighting corresponding to 1 lamp (10 €) and 90 KWh (9,9 €)
Total cost : 19,9 € ( where 35 % of the cost is the electric current)
On a larger scale two years , we see that the lamp bulb has twice operating costs compared with the lamps and economy LED.
Consequently, replacing conventional light bulbs with their respective technology LED, succeed saving money and energy through a modern technology environment friendly.

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Why should i pay more money to buy products LED?

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Why LED products last longer, do not need replacing, they consume much less energy than conventional bulbs and not subject to voltage drops. The payback is approximately 1 - 2 years.

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The gradation in color is as follows:

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2700-3200 - Warm White
4000-4500 - Natural White
6000-6500 - Cool White

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What color suits my space?

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The color of light in space is very personal item.
Usually , cool white used in workplaces public indoor places, outside like floodlights - streetlights , nature light used in cosmetics, offices, hairdresser's, warm light used in places that want relaxation living room, bedroom and garden, restaurants, bars. Please contact us for further information.

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Have your shop LED products in different colors?

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We have cool white (6000K – 6500K), nature white (or daylight) (4000k-4500K) and warm white (2700k-3200K), while the LED strips are available in blue, green, red and RGB.

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What is the lifespan of products LED?

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The lifespan is 30,000 hours or more till 50,000 hours.

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Products LED light directly or need to warm up first?

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LED products light up instantly without having to warm up first.

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LED products can be used with dimmers?

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Of course dimmers can be used in combination with LED products if they support this function. Otherwise the lamp will gradually stop has the best performance until it reaches the point to stop working.

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Where can be used LED products?

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LED lamps are ideal for home and professional use and for indoor and outdoor spaces such as shops, hotels, retail parks, public works factories.

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How products LED works?

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Essentially LED products convert electricity to light a very small percentage is converted into heat (converts electricity into light). On the other hand, traditional incandescent bulbs transform the majority of energy to heat and very little light. For this reason a lamptias LED 10W produce as much light as a traditional incandescent bulb 70W.

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What does Protection IP mean?

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First digit ( for solid and powder)
• 0- no protection . No protection for contact with the hand or body.
• 1 - do not put objects dimension greater than 50mm.Apokleietai contact with the body, but can enter fingers .
• 2 - do not put objects dimension greater than 12mm. Precluded contact with the finger.
• 3 - do not put objects are larger than 2,5 mm. Excluded touch through tools (eg screwdrivers ) or wires with a dimension greater than 2,5 mm.
• 4 - do not put objects dimension greater than 1mm. Excluded touch via tools or wires with a dimension greater than 1mm.
• 5 - There goes much dust that sits inside. Totally excluded contact.
• 6 - There goes any dust. Totally excluded contact.
Second digit ( for water)
• 0 - No protection
• 1 - Not put drops falling vertically.
• 2 - Not put drops falling with a maximum gradient of 15% compared with the vertical.
• 3 - do not put drops falling with maximum gradient 60 % compared to the vertical.
• 4 - No water gets sprayed from any direction .
• 5 - Not enters water drops form beam from all directions.
• 6 - No water enters transient flood.
• 7 - No water gets in temporary immersion under given pressure and time.
• 8 - No water gets in permanent immersion in given pressure.

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What does Kelvin mean?

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The Kelvin ( symbol : K ) ( Kelvin ) .
The variation of the colors of the cooler as the most strongly called color temperature and the scale used to measure the scale Kelvin. As cooler colors are the higher the color temperature , and as it looks warmer complexion down the color temperature .
Because of different materials, light sources emit light of a different color. This is measured in degrees Kelvin and practically shows how hot ( to yellow ) or cold ( in blue ) is the color emitted by each light source.
Warm white, Cool White ≤ 3,000 K Cool white, Cool White > 6.000K Daylight, Daylight ≥ 4.500K An incandescent bulb light , the temperature is usually between 2700K and 3300K .
Warm white, Warm white 3,000 K ≤Cool white, Cool White > 6.000K
Daylight, Daylight ≥ 4.500K
An incandescent bulb light, the temperature of which is usually between 2700K and 3300K .

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What is Lux?

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The Lux (symbol: lx) (LUX).
Is the unit of SI (International System) (Metric) lighting and light emission. Photometry used as a measure of light intensity, which passes or falls on a surface, per square meter, as perceived by the human eye.

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What does Lumen mean?

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The Lumen ( symbol : lm).
Is the unit of SI (International System) ( Metric ) lumen . Measures the power of light as perceived by the human eye . The luminous flux differs from radiant flux , measures the total power radiated light . To Lumen defined in relation to the Candela.
lm = cd X sr ( where sr = solid angle = solid angle ) .
What is the difference between lumens and watt?
Comparison between LED bulbs over other lamps should be done instead lumens watt, while you should always check the CRI ie the ability of a light source to highlight the colors of various objects in the ideal way . The scale of the measured CRI of 0 to 100. The old-style bulbs yielded from 52 CRI to 62 CRI, while today's lamps can reach up to 95 CRI.

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What does LED mean?

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LED stands (L) ight (E) mitting (D) iode
A Light Emitting Diode (LED) is a semiconductor light source . LEDs are used as indicator lamps in many devices and are increasingly used for lighting. Introduced as a practical electronic component in 1962. At the beginning of the LEDs emitted low-intensity red light, but modern versions are available across the visible, ultraviolet and infrared wavelengths , with very high brightness. When a light emitting diode is on, the electrons are able to recombine with holes in the interior of the device , releasing energy in the form of photons. This effect is called electroluminescence and the color of light (corresponding to the energy of the photon ) determined by the energy gap of the semiconductor . The LED present many advantages over other incandescent light sources including lower energy consumption, longer lifetime , improved robustness , and greater durability and reliability.

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