Posts Tagged ‘LED Lighting’

19th June
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Lots of our customers ask for products to replace 400W metal halide high bay lights. Now, Lighting Orient  announce the launch of 200W LED high bay lights, which are able to replace traditional 400W Metal Halide lights.

400W metal halide lights are one of the most popular traditional light sources. However, lifespan of metal halide lights are very short. Maintain cost is very high. Because of heat sink problem, power of LED high bay lights can not be 200W for a long time. Now Lighting Orient releases 200W LED high bay lights with special structure design. 30,000 hours lifespan is available. It comes with 3 years warranty. There is no maintain cost.

For more information, please visit 200W LED High Bay Lights.

26th November
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In order to provide more competitive products to our partners, Lighting Orient improve structure of MR16 LED bulbs. New structure reduce cost of LED bulbs, so price is lower now.

New MR16 LED bulbs use CREE or Edision LED. Luminous flux is 60-85lm/w. CE and RoHS approved. We guarantee that our price is very competitive with similar quality. Quality is always our first concern.

For more information, please visit

10th October
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Technology of LED improved quickly this year. In order to provide more excellent products for our custoemrs, Lighting Orient release 100lm/w LED chips for all of our products.

Thanks to 100lm/w LED chips, efficiency of fixtures can be 85-90lm/w. It’s much higher than CFL and mercury lamps. We believe it’s a big step for improvement of LED lighting.

If you are interested in our 100lm/w products, please feel free to contact us here

2nd August
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Thank you for support and trust from our customers from all over the world. Our products have been sold to

North America: USA and Canada.

Center America: Jamaica and EL Salvador

South America: Venezuela and Chile

Europe: German, Frence, Spain, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Ireland and Iceland

More: Australia, New zealand, French Polynesia, Iran, South Africa, India and so on. (more…)

20th November
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It’s not just about the kilowatts.
Most people are now aware of one key benefit of LED lighting – its efficiency. LED lighting long ago surpassed incandescent efficiency and is now approaching and even surpassing the efficiency of linear fluorescent and metal halide. However, there are many other benefits to LEDs including lasting five to 10 times longer than fluorescents, consuming less energy while on, are fully dimmable, contain no hazardous mercury, are nearly unbreakable, are free of annoying flicker and buzz and are safer, operating on low voltage DC, with no glass or vacuum.
Facilities that are already implementing LED systems are likely not doing so in general illumination applications. LEDs are no longer just for task or accent lighting or color-changing architectural effects, but are now being built into fixtures that are tackling some of the most challenging applications in general lighting, and they’re competing with very-efficient linear fluorescent and very-bright HID. Some LED performance examples include parking garage fixtures from multiple suppliers that deliver more than 6,400 effective lumens while consuming 77 watts, high bay fixtures with 18,000 usable lumens that consume about 190 watts and troffers with 5,000 effective lumens that consume just over 50 watts.
Maintenance Economics – The Missing Link (more…)

13th October
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The junction temperature of high-power LEDs can directly affect the performance and longevity of some LED devices. As the junction temperature rises, a significant loss of output (luminosity) can be expected. The forward voltage of an LED is also dependent on the junction temperature. As the temperature rises, the forward voltage decreases, which can cause excessive current drain on other LEDs in the array. This in-turn leads to thermal runaway conditions and ultimately to the failure of the device. High temperatures can also affect the wavelength of an LED fabricated using gallium arsenide, gallium nitride or silicon carbide. (more…)

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