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LED Lamps – A Quick Guide To Choose The Right One For Your Home

When you hear words like modern, sleek, next-gen, or smart lamp, you can only think of an LED lamp. They have all the right attributes to make it a winner among all the other lamps. 

LED stands for Light Emitting Diode. Unlike incandescent lamps bulbs or filaments, which heat up due to resistance against electricity and generate light, a diode in a LED lamp exchanges charged electrons from one side of the lamp to the other side (or the side which needs charged electrons) to generate the light. 

Due to this fluid and advanced process of generating light, LED lights produce very minimal heat and in most cases no heat at all. This is clearly not the case with incandescent bulbs or lamps because they generate a lot of heat.

LED bulbs and LED lamps on the other hand rarely get damaged and they’re long lasting. They also use eco-friendly substances which are not hazardous and therefore will not contaminate the planet when they are disposed. 

They are energy efficient and they can fit into any design too.

These attributes of LED lamps or lights make them ideal for most lighting appliances in your home.

Different Types of LED Lights

There are three types of LED lights – bulbs, tube lights, and panel lights.

LED bulbs are the most commonly used LED lights that fit most household purposes. They can be used in table lamps, wall lamps, bedside lamps, floor lamps, and much more.

LED tube lights, as the name suggests, are tube lights which can replace the traditional fluorescent tube lights that are often used. They last very long when compared and they also generate very less heat. More importantly, one light is often sufficient to light up an entire room, which is not the case with fluorescent tube lights as they require more than one if they have to light up a larger room.

LED Panel lights have the ability to fit into any size and shape. While the name suggests that these lights are best suited for panels, they are not limited to it. All the smart designs that we come across in the LED section make use of these lights. 

Based on these lights, LED lamps are created. Generally, a lamp design is created with a certain type of light in mind. For example, a table lamp may use an LED bulb, whereas a wall lamp may use tube lights. Likewise, if you have a design to light up the ceiling, then you would need panel lights.

LED lights also come in different shapes and sizes to fit even the smallest lamp.

Different Colors to Choose From

LED lamps can offer three colors. They are Daylight, Cool White, and Warm White. 

They are categorized based on their intensity. 

Daylight LEDs are the most intense LEDs and they emit a bluish-white light. They are best suited for commercial settings and office spaces. Daylights are a little more power consuming when compared to other LED colors.

Cool White LEDs have a bright white color and they suit workplaces, homes, and places which require a brighter and focused light.

Warm White lights have a slightly yellowish white color. Most of the LEDs we use in our homes are warm white LEDs.

Which LED Lamp Should You Choose?

The color and type of LED you choose are totally dependent on the design of your holder. If you are looking at a specific purpose such as decorative lights or reading lights, then there are LED lights that are already present to serve that very purpose.

It is also important to choose the right LED based on the size of your room. 

These are some factors that you should consider when buying a LED lamp.

Check out some of the LED lamps from Oorjaa and we wish you all the best as you hunt for the right light.