1. Lumens per Watt (l/W or LPW)
If this value is high, the lights will be more energy efficient. Use two 100w LED floodlight as an example. They likely look much the same from the outside, one is rated 100 lumens/watt while the other is 110 lm/W. The 100-lumen-per-Watt will produce 10,000 lumens of lights. The 110-lumen-per-watt fixture, alternatively, will output 11,000 lumens of brightness. If the lumens are higher per watt, the wattage you can use to replace your existing lights.
2. Color rendering
The degree to which a light source is rendered for an object's color is called color rendering and is often referred to as the color rendering index (Ra). The degree to which the light source appears to the color of the object is called color rendering, that is, the degree of color fidelity, The light source with high color rendering has better color reproduction, The color we see is closer to the natural primary color. The color rendering is low, The light source's reproduction of the color is poor, and the color deviation we see is also large.
3. Quality Indicators
Changing your lights is a tedious task. It will be awful to discover that after a year a third of new light that ought to last 5 years have already stopped working. In other words, ensure you get quality lights from a reputable company.
Low priced lights can be alluring, but if you put the cost of production of changing all your lighting into consideration, saved money will be used, and there will be replacements on time lost on early failures and chase warranty.
OLAFUS provides LED floodlights, Bluetooth speakers, UV lamps, LED strips, LED bulbs, ceilings, etc., dedicated to continuous innovation, bringing a brighter environment to every home.
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