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Sunlight light bulbs vs Traditional Lighting - Great Resources & Blogs

Sunlight light bulbs also known as full spectrum light bulbs are specially designed LED bulbs that emit light relative to visible section of solar spectrum. They produce small amounts of ultra violet and infrared rays to imitate a sunlight spectrum precisely. Sunlight light bulbs resemble well balanced natural sunlight with similar a wavelength spectrum and, unlike traditional bulbs, bring advantages of natural sunlight for humans

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5 Reasons to Choose Sunlight Light Bulbs - SeniorLED - Senior LED

SeniorLED shares benefits of sunlight light bulbs over traditional LED bulbs. Sunlight light bulbs also known as full spectrum light bulbs are specially designed LED bulbs that emit light relative to visible section of solar spectrum. They produce small amounts of ultra violet and infrared rays to imitate a sunlight spectrum precisely

Low Blue Light LED Bulbs – SeniorLED Shares Insights

Low blue light LED bulb is better because low blue light reduces the blue wavelength content Long term exposure of blue light can cause serious damage to our eyes especially retina. In the detailed blog post, SeniorLED has shared great insights about the blue light and innovation taking place to tackle it

What Consumer Grade Light Bulbs are most like the Sunlight Spectrum?

Sunlight light bulbs are designed to reproduce the visible portion of the sunlight spectrum, including some portions of infrared and ultraviolet wavelengths. The Color Rendering Index (CRI) and the Color Temperature measure the quality of the emitted spectrum. But sunlight lamps can never exactly match the solar spectrum. Instead they can only produce approximate sunlight spectra. Incandescent lamps have a continuous spectrum but fail to be characterized as sunshine lamps because they can not reach a temperature of 5800K.

Website at http://www.ledsmagazine.com/articles/2017/07/consumers-can-t-spot-the-difference-between-bulb-types.html

An interesting study has shown that European consumers struggle to tell apart different bulb types, easily confusing LEDs with incandescents, CFLs, metal halides, and others.
“Most consumers have difficulty in differentiating different lamp types,” said Nigel Harvey, a director at EucoLight. “That is why it is logical for all waste lamps to be collected in the same container.” Read the complete article to learn why Europeans are having so much trouble.

How to Find Safe Light Bulbs

Are you concerned about the safety of CFL and LED light bulbs? Wondering which choice is the best? Learn how to find safe light bulbs! In-depth research and pointers to find the best led suppliers in China like SeniorLED.