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What’s hot: The latest in LED trends – KUMAR LED SIGNS
What’s hot: The latest in LED trends

What’s hot: The latest in LED trends

Trend 1: Smart light is the future

Control your light via smartphone, tablet, mobile switches or even with your voice! The traditional light switch on the wall is outdated! Use the great lighting possibilities with the brand new SMART+ product portfolio from LEDVANCE. You can create an individual atmosphere and change the mood comfortably at any time.

Trend 3: Illuminate small spaces

LEDs have a long shelf live – so why not add them to your shelves! With LED tape and ropes, you can light up every nook and cranny in your home and garden: from wardrobes and drawers, to parasols and stairways. Flexible, small and adjustable, the strips can often be cut to size and applied with self-adhesive tape. Maybe time to shed light on what’s lurking at the back of your kitchen cupboards!

LED light strip

Trend 5: Join the retro revival

In an increasingly virtual world, we crave nostalgia, timeless design and authenticity. However, we have also come to expect efficiency and functionality. As modern, digital innovations are striving to throwback to vintage design, LED Edison-style lamps are a great way to add a retro vibe to your home, in an energy efficient manner. They are the best of both worlds.

As your incandescents burn out, it’s a good time to consider switching to LED bulbs. LEDs have an impressive lifespan (20-something years!) and are very cost-effective. Now’s the right time to switch to LEDs. … Because there are so many LED varieties, choosing an LED is entirely different from picking up an incandescent
Increasing concern that “light pollution” caused by artificial lighting that reduces the production of the hormone melatonin by the brain’s pineal gland can cause cancer and other diseases has led to new research into which types of electric bulbs cause less potential risk.
First, the AMA supports a “proper conversion to community based Light Emitting Diode (LED) lighting, which reduces energy consumption and decreases the use of fossil fuels.” … The need for energy efficiency is serious, but so too is minimizing human risk from bad lighting, both due to glare and to circadian disruption.Jun 17, 2016

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