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LED - Light

The technology of the LED (Lighting Emitting Diode) is located in a tiny semiconductor crystal. When voltage is applied, recombination takes place at the barrier layer between anode and cathode. The energy released by recombination is emitted as light (electroluminescence). Just a little energy is enough to make semiconductors shine. The phosphor converts the monochromatic part of the LED radiation into light. Only high-quality, colour-stable LEDs from reliable and well-known LED manufacturers are used in BuR Lighting luminaires.

 

Good reasons for new LED lighting

  • The lighting concept no longer complies with current regulations
  • Production has too high failure rates
  • Increased problems with regard to work safety
  • Individual workplaces need more or better light
  • Changed ambient conditions:
    - Ambient temperature
    - Air humidity
    - Air consistency
    - Change of use in the rooms
  • Current costs and consumption are far too high for:
    - Luminaire maintenance
    - Lamp replacement
    - Current
    - CO2-emission

 

LED - Technology and Advantages

  • Small, compact design
  • Extremely long life time up to > 60,000 hours
  • Optimum thermal management required
  • Mercury and pollutant-free (no risk of explosion)
  • Environmentally friendly; easy to dispose of
  • Particularly shock and vibration resistant
  • Immediate lighting with full power after switching on
  • Precise light control with the use of precise optics
  • White or coloured light (RGB)
  • No UV and IR radiation
  • Choice of different colour temperatures (Kelvin)
  • Best colour rendering (Ra>80)
  • High reduction of energy costs (up to approx. 75%)
  • High-power LEDs with >135 lm/W (luminous efficacy)
  • Lowest service and maintenance costs