kitchen lighting illuminating the future of kitchen lighting: energy ...

by:EME LIGHTING     2019-09-30
It doesn't matter if you live in a house with a modern kitchen with all the fancy upgrades, or if there is only one top light in the center of the room.If you don't use the latest generation of energyEfficient bulb, it's time to upgrade the lighting."Over the past few years, kitchen lighting has not only come from a design perspective, but has also made great strides in energy efficiency."So the upgrade is definitely worth considering," says Joe Rey ."Barreau, educational advisor to the American Lighting Association (ALA), Associate Professor, School of Interior Design, University of Kentucky.He tracks trends across the country and one of the issues he recently noticed is energy conservation.\ "Lighting manufacturers spend a lot of time and invest a lot of resources to develop lamps that can use more energyMore efficient light source than standard incandescent lampsBarreau says."It's no coincidence that this trend is becoming more popular at a time when energy costs are rising," he said .".Just two years ago, the only fixture in the kitchen that could use the most energy --Efficient light sources available today-Light emitting second-level tube (led )-Not beautiful.However, in today's market, decorative energyWhether you are looking for traditional, modern or artistic products, there are efficient fixtures in each product category."We know that consumers want to take advantage of the fact that compact fluorescent bulbs are about three to four times more efficient than incandescent lamps, and that led is probably three to ten times more efficient than incandescent lamps, scott Ross said: "So we put a lot of resources into developing new devices that leverage this technology." Vice President of Product Design, Juno Lighting Group.\ "We will introduce an LED under-In autumn, only eight watts of energy are needed to provide Cabinet units with the same lighting as 80 watts.Halogen light source.Our new LED downlights will be 40% more energy efficient than compact fluorescent and 75% more energy efficient than incandescent lamps.\ "Holt International Co., Ltd., A manufacturer of residential lighting fixtures in StPaul, Minn., Plans to release several models of lamps using led early next year.But energy-For Holtkoetter, it is not fresh to save the product."Over the past five years, we have been providing fixtures with halogen-colored bulbs that can improve energy efficiency by 50%," said Paul Eusterbrock, president of the company .".The infrared coating (IRC) bulbs are designed so that the heat they generate can be recycled and turned into light.Chandler bardton Forge, a lighting manufacturer located in Vt Chandler.At the same time, it focuses on developing decorative fixtures with compact fluorescent lights.George Chandler, president of Hub bardton Forge, said: "We have products for decorative fixtures in every category that really enhance what you get from compact fluorescence.No matter which new technology you choose to use, when purchasing energy --Efficient fixtures, Rey-Barreau says it's important to look for the Energy Star label.In order to qualify for the Energy Star, the product must meet the specific performance criteria of the Energy StarEfficient performance set by USAS.Department of Energy.As for concerns about the quality of light that could be emitted by compact fluorescent lamps and LEDs, Rey-Barreau said, "while color rendering may have been a problem in the past, it is no longer a problem.Consumers can rest assured that it matches the quality of incandescent lamps very well.Today's progress is impressive, but what will the future look like?Rey-Barreau expects that the lighting industry will strive to get more products on the shelves that use the most energy.Efficient Technology developed so farLEDs."The LEDs are still a bit expensive right now, but the cost will drop significantly once they become more accessible," he said .".
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