LED Task Lights Have a Long Life

LED Task Lights Have a Long Life

Posted by Human Solution on Aug 16th 2011

This is the second in a series about ergonomic LED lighting.

They say nothing lasts forever, but some things come pretty close. Case in point: LED lights!

Imagine landing a new job, placing an LED light in your brand new office, and not having to replace the LED until the end of your second decade on the job. That’s right; LEDs can last that long!

LED lights last considerably longer than incandescent and fluorescent bulbs, and they can help save you money and energy while offering exceptional ergonomic lighting for any workspace. That’s one of the reasons why we’ve incorporated ergonomic LED task lighting in our office in Austin, TX, and it’s also one of the many reasons why we’re proud to offer the latest progressive LED lighting solutions from Humanscale.

Humanscale, a top innovator in the LED task lighting market, has released a new line of powerful, energy-efficient LED lights manufactured to produce clean, warm, glare free lighting for multiple tasks. These lights look great – Humanscale’s LED lighting solutions offer a strong and focused light source in slim and easy-to-adjust packages. But what really makes LED lights stand out is their longevity.

We often take lighting for granted, but our reliance on good lighting, especially in the workplace, becomes clear when we look at the facts: Lighting accounts for nearly half the energy used by commercial buildings. But long-lasting ergonomic LED lights can help reduce the cost of powering an office building, or any office. When compared to incandescent bulbs, LED lights last 25 times longer, and they last ten times as long as compact fluorescent bulbs. That means you can get the best ergonomic desk lighting available while helping to reduce your overall costs.

LED lights are consistent, quick to light up, and they offer clean, focused, energy efficient ergonomic illumination. Plus, they last considerably longer than other lighting solutions: An LED light can last as long as 50,000 hours. Now that’s a good investment!

Next week, we’ll explore the pro-Green aspects of LED lighting.

In part one of this series, we explored the overall benefits of LED lighting.

This is part 2 of a series; check out part one.

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