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LED Lighting Advantages



Long life expectancy

Our LED lighting products are rated at greater than 30,000 to 40,000 hours at 70% brightness with a LED life time of up to 100,000 hours at lower brightness. At an average of 8 hours per day in commercial use this is a minimum lifespan of 10 years or greater with significant cost savings over that duration.

In residential applications that is a potential 20 year or more LED lifespan or that is “Light for Life”. 

Read more about LED life in our section on LED Life Time.


Lite On LED guarantees manufacturers warranties for a period of two to five years according to the product and application.There is little or no warranty on a traditional old technology globe. 

Saving Money

Low power consumption

At equivalent light output the electricity saving is up to 87% of halogen lighting and 60% of fluorescent and metal halide.

A $10,000 per year electricity bill has now become as little as $2,300 per year.

Payback in a retail environment using halogen lighting is in as little as 1.5 years.

High safety and low heat

Incandescent or halogen light bulbs can be considered as heaters as approximately 90% of the light emitted falls into the infrared region, thus generating a lot of heat. Normal halogen light bulbs are typically measured with a temperature of 250°C and has been shown to be a fire hazard as well as increasing air conditioning costs.

LED lights emit up to 85% less heat, are safe to touch, and substantially reduce air conditioning cooling costs, saving electricity, money and reducing payback time.

Low maintenance

With an operational life of over 30,000 hours changing bulbs will become a thing of the past.

The LED bulb does not have a filament so it is resistant to vibration or shock, it will not break.

The minimal heat of the LED light eliminates the usual heat damage caused to your light fittings.

Saving the Environment

Estimates suggest that 18% to 50% of electricity use in the world can be attributed to lighting, depending on location. Therefore, saving energy and reducing your carbon footprint with LED lights can provide a significant start to being “green”. LED light bulbs also do not contain mercury unlike fluorescent bulb technology so there is less pollution. The long life of the LED also means less conventional bulbs are produced and destroyed. One LED bulb can mean a saving of 30 incandescent bulbs.

Saving your artwork

With no ultraviolet (UV) or infrared (IR) light LEDs are ideal for lighting of precious artwork or furnishings.

Equivalent Brightness

With LED bulbs that now exceed their halogen or incandescent counterparts in terms of brightness there is the option to maintain or reduce the number of conventional light fittings.

Better light and colour control

Like retail products can be enhanced with the correct light and colour, so can your modern or traditional home. Warmer colours can be used to set the mood in living areas whereas cooler colours can be used to bring out the whites in a modern contemporary home.

Lighting in study or work areas can be set to the preferred daylight colour or light can be altered to any colour or shade according to your mood or environment. 

Fast switching

With no warm up time the LED light will always turn on and off instantaneously.


Most of our LED bulbs and lights can be made to fit a variety of new and existing lighting fixtures.

With the option of choosing our own designs or sourcing your own we can provide an LED lighting source to suit either application.

BASIX, NATHERS and Compliance

Gorvernment and local councils are becoming increasingly stringent with respect tto the use of energy saving devices particularly if you are a high energy user or simply own a swimming pool. The use of LED lighting can provide the individual with a significant headstart with respect to meeting BASIC, NATHERS or other compliance requirements with respect to achieving energy saving targets.


Extend the life of LED lighting systems with thermal management, Rick Zarr Texas Instruments, EDN Network, September 2012

How much electricity is used for lighting in the United States? Independent Statistics & Analysis. US Energy Information Administration, Feb 2012.

Minister Urges Safety Check of Installed Downlights. Energy Safe, 3, Winter-Spring. Victoria Govt.

Minister Re-iterates Warnings on Downlight Safety. Energy Safe, 26. Victoria Govt.

Insulation and Downlight Dangers, March 2012, Qld Government Justice Gateway.

Fact Sheet No 12 Halogen Downlights. Version 7, Feb 2010, NSW Fire Brigades

Tami Timperio (2012). LED Lighting--Top 10 benefits, EDN Network, Oct 28 2012

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