Compact fluorescent lamps
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Light expert info
Advantages of compact fluorescent lamps
In contrast to conventional light bulbs CFL score with
- high energy efficiency
- increased service life
- large variety of colours
- less heat generation
Light values of compact fluorescent lamps
The decisive factors in choosing the right light source are first of all the light color and luminous efficacy. In terms of light color, fluorescent lamps have a bad reputation, especially in private use. This is because they usually emit neutral white light. We often perceive this as cold. Warm white light sources are therefore more suitable for living rooms or bedrooms. For offices or areas where concentration is required, however, such daylight-like conditions are excellent.
In terms of luminous efficacy, compact fluorescent lamps outperform conventional incandescent lamps many times over: for the same luminous flux, they require significantly less energy.
With or without ballast?
Like all fluorescent lamps, the compact representative of these lamps must also be operated with a suitable ballast. In many compact fluorescent lamps, the necessary ballast is not integrated in the lamp. The advantage is that only the lamp needs to be replaced if the lamp is defective.
Fluorescent lamps without ballast usually have a plug-in base. If the ballast is integrated, compact fluorescent lamps often have a screw base and thus serve as a direct substitute for conventional Edison incandescent lamps.
How do I dispose of my used compact fluorescent lamps?
Fluorescent lamps of all kinds belong in the hazardous waste. The glass tube contains problematic substances such as mercury, which must not be disposed of in household waste. These substances are not only harmful to the environment but also to health.
If you have any questions about your compact fluorescent lamps or energy saving lamps, please contact us.