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  • Distributor Qualification RequirementsDESIRE Lighting is committed to the success of our brand and our distributors. Our goal is to offer distributorship to the most qualified people in each market and establish long-term mutually beneficial business relationship with our distributors. DESIRE Lighting distributor will enjoy exclusive representation of DESIRE Lighting products in the authorized territory and the most competitive wh ...More
  • LEDs differ from traditional light sources in the way they produce light. In an incandescent lamp, a tungsten filament is heated by electric current until it glows or emits light. In a fluorescent lamp, an electric arc excites mercury atoms, which emit ultraviolet (UV) radiation. After striking the phosphor coating on the inside of glass tubes, most of the UV radiation is converted and emitted as visible light. An LED, in contr ...More
  • For many fittings, electrical modifications are NOT required. However, for most LED fitting designed to replace fluorescent tubes, re-wiring of the fitting is required. There are some inferior LED Tubes that do not require rewiring. These tubes use more energy than necessary and produce more heat than a fluorescent tube (you are combining the heat of the LED with the heat of the fluorescent ballas). ...More
  • LED Tubes Don’t flicker. The light emitted by an LED is very stable and produces no side effects. Our Led Tubes emit a light that more closely resembles the light of the sun. The “colour” of sunlight is 5000K to 6000K. LED’s do not emit ultraviolet. The levels of UV emitted by most fluorescent tubes is so low as to be irrelevant. Tests indicate that 8 hours exposure to the UV emitted by a fluorescent tube is the equivalent to two min ...More
  • LED tubes contain no hazardous chemicals. It is a little-known fact that many Fluorescent tubes contain Mercury and Phosphor. If a tube is broken, the potential for posioning exists, especially if proper clean up procedures are not followed. Most Australian States now have specific legislation that governs the disposal of fluorescent tubes. Because of the relatively short life of fluorescent tubes, their collective impact on the environmen ...More
  • Most lighting tyes now have an equivalent LED replacement. While many of these may not yet fully compete on brightness, the energy savings and longevity still make them a viable alternative. The following are examples of LED lighting types: ...More
  • LED’s are extremely reliable by the nature of their design and the way they are constructed. Individual LED’s have very high life expectancy with very low failure rates. ...More
  • Energy efficiency of light sources is typically measured in lumens per watt (lm/W), meaning the amount of light produced for each watt of electricity consumed by the light source. This is known as luminous efficacy. The efficacy of LEDs exceeds traditional types of lamps. For a rough comparison, the range of luminous efficacies for traditional and LED sources, including ballast and driver losses as applicable, are shown below. ...More
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