LED (Light-Emitting Diode) Lights offer a multitude of advantages over traditional light sources including lower electricity consumption, much longer lifetime, higher durability, no ultraviolet and infrared radiation, low heat and smaller in size.
Yes. The LED Lights we offer are direct replacement of incandescent, halogen and compact fluorescent lamps. This means that you do not have to change your existing system.
Consider not only the initial price of the lamp, but the true cost of light, which includes the cost of energy, replacement and maintenance costs. LED lamp last longer, have lower energy consumption and is easy to maintain compared to the cheaper traditional lamps that require changing and maintenance constantly.
Low Voltage LED lamps are compatible with most of the magnetic transformers used with VAC lightings. If you have an electronic transformer, the LED lamp may not work due to its very low power consumption. To ensure a proper working order, most electronic transformers require a minimum load greater than the 3-watt used by our LED Spot Lights. When connecting a few LED lamps to one transformer, the load increases to a point where the usage of an electronic transformer is acceptable.
The LED (Light Emitting Diode) is an electronic light source that works by the effect of electroluminescence. When a semiconductor diode is turned on, electrons recombine with holes and energy is discharged as light.
The light color of LED Lamps is measured by Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) in Kelvin unit. Contemporary High Power LEDs are covered with phosphor to convert light from a blue LED to a wide spectrum white light. Most common LED Light colors used are:
The Color Rendering Index (CRI) is measuring the ability of a light source to simulate the colors of different objects accurately in comparison with the sunlight. Although there are critics of the subjective color rendering in practice, the CRI is widely used as a measurement of the quality of the light. Higher CRI correspond to better quality light, in scale from 0 to 100.
Generally LED lamps score above CRI 80, which is higher than many other light sources. LED Lamps with CRI above 90 are used for visual inspection tasks.
The output of light sources is light and heat. The higher the ratio of light to heat, the more efficient the lamp is. Today's highly efficient LED lights have efficiency of about 50 %, compared to standard incandescent lamp with 2-3% and fluorescent lamps with 15-20% efficiency.
LEDs naturally have directional light, this means that the light is easier to manage with less losses. That presents an even greater advantage in regards to LED lamps' high efficiency over all other existing light sources.
Luminous efficacy is the light output per unit power input. It is measured in lumen per watt (lm/W). Nowadays, commercially available LEDs have an efficacy of 130 lm/W for cool white and 107 lm/W for warm white light (CREE XLamp MX-6). This is much higher compared to incandescent bulbs that produces 15 lm/W and fluorescent lamps with 60-70 lm/W.
However, the efficacy of a single LED should not be mistaken with the efficacy of the lamp. Many manufacturers and resellers state the LED Lamp Light Output as sum of the output of the individual LEDs. This is not correct because there are always losses from light trapped inside the lamp. The efficacy of a LED Light Lamp, also called LED Light Engine, can be increased by better design and using high quality materials.
No, you should consider also the CRI (quality of light) and your individual visual preferences. Some people like the more yellow Warm (Soft) White light that resembles the light from the incandescent lamp. Others prefer the brighter and more true-color rendering Cool / Daylight white.
When properly installed and well ventilated, LED Lamps will very rarely burn out. However, the brightness of the LED light will fade over time, so LED Lamp's life is measured by 2 characteristics - how much will it fade after 1,000 hours of exploitation, and when the brightness will reach 70% of the initial value.
Quality LED Lamps are rated at less than 3% light output decrease for the first 1,000 hours, and 30,000 to 50,000 hours for the 70% decrease, which is the standard for commercial lighting applications.
Again, compared to traditional light sources, LED lights are superior in regards with lifetime.
Unlike the fluorescent lamps, the lifespan of LED Lamps are NOT influenced by frequent switching.
All of our LED Lights are CE certified and RoHS compliant. We are also in the midst of applying for SIRIM certificates.
Hibikii LED is proudly a Malaysian brand.
Our principals are selected from World’s renowned manufacturers from Taiwan, Japan or China with mature and reliable technology in the LED industry.
E series, Hi-bay, street light, Flood Light: Made in Taiwan LED chips, product assembled in China.
C.O.L.D series: Made in Taiwan LED Chips, products assembled in China.