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It’s no secret that light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs are far more efficient than traditional incandescent lamps, most notably in that they use only a small fraction of the electricity of an incandescent. As traditional incandescent bulbs continue to be phased out, LED has become the mainstream light sources used on a variety of indoor and outdoor lighting fixtures.
An LED filament bulb is a light bulb that uses LEDs as its filaments. Light is emitted from four LED filaments uniformly and evenly in all directions, instead of focusing it in a specific area in the way that many LED light bulbs do. It features a close resemblance with the traditional incandescent bulb. Nevertheless the LED filaments are placed inside the glass enclosure in four sides to make sure that light is spread in all directions. A superfluous aluminum die cast for heat dissipation was no longer required. LED filament lights are perfect for homes, hotels, restaurants, bars and places where classic style and appearance is critical.
LED filament bulbs have remarkable energy efficiency. In fact, they offer up to 90 percent energy savings over ordinary incandescent light bulbs. For instance, if you obtain an LED bulb that uses 4W, it will offer the same amount of illumination of an incandescent bulb with a 40W rating. Currently, there are bulbs that provide daylight (4500K or more) at 9 watts while others that produce a warm white (2700K) or yellow glow consume 6 watts or less.