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The different LED bulbs - e14, e27, gu10

LED bulbs are the future, there is no doubt. They can now completely replace traditional lightning bulbs. See the different options and sizes e14, e27 and gu10 here.



Candle bulbs with small E14 socket

Candle bulbs with small E14 socket

LED bulbs provide excellent light and can be used directly to replace incandescent bulbs.

Electric light represents approximately 21% of the global electricity consumption - and is therefore a significant share of total CO2 emissions. The phasing out of the old incandescent bulbs and switch to LED, ensures you a higher environmental awareness, a better and more efficient lighting and greater savings every time you turn on the light. Switch for example to the e14 led bulb.


Ceramic bulbs E27

Ceramic bulbs E27

A bulb reminiscent of the old incandescent bulbs, with a ceramic base. The bulb is of milky white glass. The e27 bulb emit warm white light all around, just like an old-fashioned incandescent bulb. Thereby rays light beautifully as in the old times.


Nichia technology - GU10

Nichia technology - GU10

LED is an acronym for "Light emitting diodes" and the technology is based on electroluminescence. All semiconductor devices that emit light in one direction.

The technology was discovered way back in the early 1900s, but not until the middle of the century, which boosted the trend. Among the first to develop the technology was amongst others a Japanese named Nichia which today is one of the leading semiconductor manufacturers in the market. Among the products are the gu10 socket led

Throughout the 70s and 80s produced LED in yellow, green and red and they are starting to use it for signal lamps.

In 1993 developed the first LED in the blue spectrum which is the basis for making the white diode we know today.

Since then development has blown start browsing and we are faced today with a technology that can actually replace some of the old familiar lamp types but only much more energy efficient. It's pretty well-timed since it is precisely in the coming decades, our planet needs us humans reduce our energy consumption drastically.