LED Lamps

LED lamps - In just a few years, LED technology has taken over the lighting market and all traditional light sources are currently being phased out. This has also led to a boom in the lamp market, as LED light sources have given designers a whole new opportunity to create exciting lamp designs. No longer do they have to take into account the high heat generation and relatively large dimensions. Perhaps it's time to replace some of those old lamps at home? Check out the selection below and get inspired.

LED-bulb never needs replacing
One of the many benefits of switching to LED bulbs is that they never need replacing - or at least hardly ever. LED bulbs have a typical lifetime of 25-50,000 hours, which in normal use typically equates to several decades of operation. This means that many LED lamps today are designed with a built-in bulb that simply cannot be replaced. This gives engineers many more options for designing attractive and compact lamps when the bulb itself does not need to be accessible. Fortunately, if you prefer to be able to replace the bulb, there are also many lamps that are prepared for this.

Reduce power consumption by 80%
The overriding reason for the popularity of LED technology is undoubtedly the massive power savings compared to traditional light sources. When you replace an incandescent or halogen bulb with a LED bulb, you can expect to save up to 80% on your electricity bill, and that adds up to a lot of money in a year if you have a lot of lights on. The savings will be clearly visible on the electricity bill of an ordinary Danish family.

You might even be able to make room in your budget for some LED garden lights or outdoor wall lamps. Many people have shied away from outdoor lighting in the past for fear of power consumption, but this no longer has to be the case. From a safety point of view, good lighting in the garden pathway, for example, is a great advantage during the dark part of the year, and it also looks inviting to any visitors. On the other hand, it deters intruders who prefer to operate in the dark.
Businesses and industry have a particularly high need for light, so it's no surprise that there is massive investment in new LED lamps. The savings are proportional to the need for light and can be enormous for a large company.
In the selection above you will find everything in LED lamps, from small cosy pendants for the living room up to large hall lampsfor more professional use.

Choose the right colour temperature
With LED technology, we've also got even more choice when it comes to the nature of the lighting. Incandescent and halogen lamps of the past had a fixed colour temperature of 2500-3500 Kelvin, which corresponds to a yellowish light best compared to the light in nature just before sunset. In lamp terminology, this shade is called "warm white". With LEDs, you can get much more variety in the type of lighting. For example, it is possible to have neutral white, where the yellowish colour is filtered out, or cool white, which gives the light a slightly bluish tinge, similar to daylight in nature when the sky is completely clear.
Studies have shown that the colour temperature of light actually plays a role in both our physics and our psyche. Over millennia, humans have learned to decode the light in nature, so it's no surprise that the yellowish warm white "sunset light" programs the body to relax and prepare for night. That's why warm white is good for relaxing lighting.
Cooler shades, however, are becoming increasingly popular. This is because they correspond better to natural daylight, which has been shown to provide more vitality. It's used in light therapy, for example, where the cool blue light is thought to counter fatigue and depression. More and more companies are also switching to the cooler shades to boost employee wellbeing and productivity.

CRIThe value ofa light source plays a role inthe experience
The value of a light source CRI is a measure of how faithfully it reproduces the colours of the objects it illuminates. A CRI value of 100 is the optimum, using the sun's natural light as a reference. Most modern LEDs have a CRI value of 80 or above, and this is usually considered sufficient in the vast majority of situations.
If you have special needs for true-to-life colour rendering for exhibitions or in a work situation, you can equip your lamp with a LED bulb with a higher CRI value. Please contact us if you need more information about the possibilities.