NanoLight Green Light Bulb Offers Ultimate Energy Saving
With recent advancement in lighting system landscape, there is many ways for you to save energy. Yet, still many people are sticking with the conventional light bulbs which offers very little to moderate energy saving for the sake of getting enough brightness. The thing with the dimmer and modern lighting system these days is that they are quite pricey as compared to traditional lights bulbs and the amount can get pretty immense depending on the energy-saving features offered. Most companies, especially small medium types may not be ready for such kind of investment. Even for larg-scale companies, they may adopt the state-of-art lighting system only for certain spaces such as boardroom or meeting rooms, instead of the entire office or even building. For that reason, green light bulb comes to light; offering ultimate energy saving opportunity for users at more affordable price tag. However is those light bulbs are really green and can help users to save energy for increased efficiency and lower operating costs. And even if they does, to what extent? NanoLight comes with a definite answer to those questions with their latest green light bulb which packs high lumens but operates on very low power. If you think it is just another green light bulb, then think again when reading more details about the details of how NanoLight green light bulb is the world's most efficient light bulb at the moment.
Say how much of power does a typical light bulb consume? 5 watt, 10 watt, 30 watt, 75 watt or even 100 watt? And just how much lumens you get to enjoy from the wattage? NanoLight takes green light bulb to the whole new level by delivering high lumens up to 1600 lumens which is on par with what a typical 100 W light bulb has to offer by using only 12 watt of power. See the difference? From statistic perspective, the unique-looking green light bulb from NanoLight have better wattage performance at 133 lumens per watt or 200% higher when compared to competing conventional light bulb of various types including fluorescent and incandescent. As from cost perspective, NanoLight claims that their green light bulb can help users to save up money up to 80 to 90% depending on your power usage. If any, it is because the green light bulb can provide the same lighting performance with less amount of light bulbs over extended time.
With far better wattage performance, NanoLight green light bub can be just the long-awaited solution to break the high power consumption which haunts high power environments such as office building. However, mind that the assumption is based on preliminary analysis on the more efficient wattage performance of single light bulb, not an entire array of light bulb. Here comes the catch with the green light bulb from NanoLight if it is to be used in commercial installation. The green light bulb indeed comes as energy efficient solution in the first place but users also have to consider about its scalability aspect because they may want to have multiple unit of this light bulb installed for the entire lighting system or gets it integrated with other lighting installation for easier management. In any case, it is still remain to be seen if the green light bulb will be flexible enough to replace, if not overpower the conventional existing light bulb. For the time being, NanoLight decides to introduce three variants for their green light bulb: 10 W, 12 W (1600 lumens), and another 12 W (1800 lumens+) with two kind of voltage. That aside, they are also looking to develop a dimmable type of this highly efficient light bulb due to market demand. If this really happen, it is very possible that the green light bulb can make its way to the major lighting system market and win over both commercial and home users.
Tracking back to its origin, NanoLight green light bulb is similar but different from the average, conventional light bulb. In terms of similarity, the green light bulb actually looks like just another light bulb albeit the eye-catching design with lasered leaf design. Interestingly, the unique design elements of this green light bulb may just add another appeal to the masterpiece of NanoLight for some niche market such as artistic applications. The green light bulb also takes after conventional light bulb in that it emits light to all direction despite the fact that LED light bulb did not. Another common issue with the conventional light bulb as compared to the modern dimmable light bulb is that they easily worn out from the frequent switch on/off, which is practically unavoidable in daily usage. To solve this reason, the dimmable light bulb is invented so that you do not have to switch it on and off every time and extends the light bulb lifetime. NanoLight green light bulb, however, remains bright, powerful and long-lasting regardless the frequent switching on/off. What's more, the highly efficient light bulb also features instant-on which means it is able to shine to the fullest once turned on.
On different light, unlike LED, fluoresecent and other type of light bulb which suffer from overheat under enclosed fixture and thus the loss of some energy, NanoLight green light bulb remains cool because it emits less than half the heat energy. However to ensure the safety of their customers, NanoLight also decides to add in overheat protection for their green light bulb. With the incredibly high efficiency as well as better heat management, it is only expected that NanoLight green light bulb simply offers longer lifetime as compared to both traditional light bulb and LED light bulb. Varying between its models, the green light bulb can provide up to 25-30 years when used around three hours a day, which is not very sensible for daily usage. Nevertheless, the green light bulb is sure to at least live out for 10 or 15 years considering it incredibly high efficiency. In terms of performance, NanoLight also claims that their unique green light bulb emits more white light than any other light bulb in the market. All in all, NanoLight green light bulb certainly offers a very promising solution ot current lighting system landscape.
(Date: 23 May 2013; Lidya)