Trends in LED Lighting
May 12 2019
LED lighting has made some massive strides forward in the last few years. One of the main focal points has been one of the industry’s key successes. Namely, affordability making the benefits of LED lighting available to more people in more places across the world.
As LED lighting becomes more affordable, it can overlay many demographics that were previously considered unfeasible. As the technology itself improves, this means more diversification, as do the applications of these new and refined technologies.
LED lighting style
In the past, the industry needed LED lighting to improve affordability and availability, and certain aspects of production had to take a back seat. This includes style. However, many of these requirements are now being met, and some of the most exciting trends in LED style are reflected in both style and design.
Despite being much less cost-effective and having a much shorter service life, filament bulbs do have a certain charm in determining mood and influencing the design of many Spaces. Now, LED lighting can match environmental emissions targets in a direct way, reducing lifespan and costs.
Many new LED bulbs can replicate this filament style, but LED design isn't just about solving the past. It's about setting the mood for the future. Lightbulbs like the OEO EZ LED Versa Hybrid can make industrial Spaces seem ready to enter the future with other businesses. Replace outdated metal halides and high-pressure sodium bulbs with something that reflects forward-looking thinking. This doesn't even mention a 70% reduction in energy costs, dark ceiling lights and a 50,000-hour life span.
LED lighting is not only diversified in the industry. It is also looking for new ways to make LED lighting work for individuals. This means implementing smart technologies in an adaptive way.
Wi-fi and bluetooth connectivity suggest that LED lighting is valuable in homes, workplaces and even entertainment industries such as live performance venues. In the future, these connection methods will be supported by the technology provided by EnOcean. These technologies use energy harvesting techniques to make LED lighting ecological choices more environmentally friendly.
They will do so by using alternative power sources for their LED lighting. It's in a relatively early stage, but the potential positive benefits of LED lighting from renewable sources could help meet the planet's pressing needs.
Finally, the ultimate trend for many LED lighting is that the wider industry will benefit. While we have looked at how LED lighting can improve industrial Spaces like steel mills and possibly more modest work Spaces, LED lighting seems to go a step further.
Mobile phones and televisions are some of the industries where they use LED lighting. However, the automotive industry, urban infrastructure and more are also investing in future lighting. These developments are not only making LED lighting a business improvement trend, but also a key part of decarbonizing the global economy. This makes the progress of LED lighting not only important, but also a necessary trend.