Why COB-LED Lighting now ?

The , "saves" you money! In fact, it will save you upwards of 40% in the construction of the application of our LED and the way its cost is designed, not forgetting how the other primary and secondary production and distribution costs are derived, which is significant for the application and promotion of semiconductor lighting production.

The process by which we apply various materials in manufacturing a new generation LED that we ensured there was no loss of quality in terms of design and build features, we incorporated into our LED to dissipate heat rapidly with better ventilation, use of high grade aluminum, better wire bonding connection points, thermal conductive epoxy, has great design flexibility with our 'S, plug and play connectivity, can use a ceramic substrate instead of metal which stores more heat and without discoloration on the LED, consistent with lumen color loss.

The is environment friendly and does not destroy the outdoor environment. The new we designed and developed produces up to an approximate 150 lumen per watt. Now, what does that really mean?

It means that  ValueBright  has produced a light for light and we now have a replacement that  ValueBright  will provide warranty when purchased.

This feature is a part of your daily savings on energy and that the Annual cost savings is tremendous. Also consider that our  ValueBright  LED will last 30% longer, i.e., 30,000 Hours longer than all traditional halogen based bulbs, as well as all the old lighting systems, not to forget the energy saving which produce a massive amount of heat, which does not reduce your carbon footprint.

Why COB-LED Lighting now? Why COB-LED Lighting now? Why COB-LED Lighting now?
An incandescent light bulb produces light by heating a filament wire to a high temperature until it glows A Cfl contains a mixture of argon and mercury gases that produces invisible ultraviolet light (UV) when the gas is excited by electricity An LED aontains electrocs that recombine with electron holes, releasing energy in the form of photons and illuminating the bulb