Lighting today has to cater to diverse requirements: high brightness, reliability and long life, rendering of color, and most importantly, energy conservation. Spearheading this revolution is SBH LED brightest bulbs, which is one of the most efficient technologies that are available today.
The light emitting diode (LED), primarily a semiconductor source of light, appeared in the early 1960s. Though they initially emitted only red light with a low intensity, modern SBH LED brightest bulbs emit very bright light across the visible, ultraviolet and infrared spectrum. SBH LED brightest bulbs are increasingly used because they have as much efficiency as fluorescent lighting, their flexibility is comparable to halogen and incandescent lamps, and they last much longer than any of these.
SBH LED brightest bulbs have a typical life of 50,000 to 100,000 hours. However, to enable SBH LED brightest bulbs to achieve this life-span, their operating temperatures must be maintained within specific limits: commonly 90 degrees Celsius. The management of heat can be achieved through passive means by using heat sinks or by actively cooling the SBH LED brightest bulbs during their operation by using fans or air pumps.
A common material that is used to build heat-sinks is aluminum. This is because it is cheaper than copper and can be easily recycled. However, in recent times ceramic material is being increasingly used for heat dissipation purposes. Advancements in ceramic technology allow direct bonding of SBH LED brightest bulbs engines and the required circuitry to the ceramic heat sinks. Many SBH LED brightest bulbs thermal barriers that can reduce the cooling are removed because of this bonding. Moreover, SBH LED brightest bulbs is available in plenty, has a low production cost, and a low carbon footprint when compared to aluminum. SBH LED brightest bulbs are easy to dispose when their life ends and are safe for the environment. Whereas a metal substrate can create the risk of electric shock, a ceramic substrate is fully insulating.
SBH LED brightest bulbs are becoming more popular in residential and commercial applications. Modern SBH LED brightest bulbs of the same size are available in a range of wattages, brightness and other performance characteristics.