Tech Info:

  1. Common Lighting Measurement Terms:

    • Color Temperature - Unit of measure-Kelvin (K). The color temperature of a light source in comparison with a "black body radiator" and plotted on a "Planckian Curve". The higher the color temperature, the greater the blue component in the spectrum and the smaller the red component. Daylight bulbs have a color temperature of 6000 K where a warm light would have a color temperature of 2700 K.

    • Cool White - Reference to the color tone or appearance of light produced by a lamp for a specific color temperature. Cool White is the least expensive and most widely used fluorescent lamp color in lighting today. Its name comes from the cool, airy atmosphere it creates wherever it is used. Modern, efficient and business-like, it is popular in stores, classrooms, offices, corridors and factories.

    • Warm White - Reference to the color tone or appearance of light produced by a lamp for a specific color temperature. The color of the light from this lamp makes a factory, office or store seem warmer and friendlier. Together with the "white" lamp, this is the most efficient of all fluorescent colors. It is a good choice to blend with incandescent bulbs.

    • Color Rendering - Lamps may have the same color temperature but different rendering properties due to the spectral composition of their light. Certain colors of the spectrum are transmitted and appear to the human eye to be brighter than others; e.g., yellow appears much brighter than red to most of us.



    • Luminous Flux - A unit of measure: lumen (lm). All of the radiated power emitted by a light source and perceived by the human eye.

    • Luminous Intensity - Luminous intensity is a unit measure of the luminous flux in a solid angle.

    • Luminous Efficiency - Unit of measure: Lumens per watt (lm/W). Indicates the efficiency with which the power consumed is converted to light.

    • Lumen - A unit of light flow or luminous flux. The lumen rating of a lamp is a measure of the total light output of the lamp. The most common measurement of light output (or luminous flux) is the lumen. Light sources are labeled with an output rating in lumens. For example, a R30 65-Watt indoor flood lamp may have a rating of 750 lumens. Similarly, a light fixture's output can be expressed in lumens. As lamps and fixtures age and become dirty, their lumen output decreases (i.e., lumen depreciation occurs). Most lamp ratings are based on initial lumens (i.e., when lamp is new).

    • Lux - The metric unit of measure for illuminance of a surface. One lux is equal to one lumen per square meter. One lux equals 0.0929 foot-candles.

  2. Efficiency of LED:

    LED (Lighting Emitting Diode) is a solid state lighting technology that uses semiconductor material, instead of a filament or neon gas. Currently, LED applications can be found in a wide variety of lighting instruments. This has become a trend and future of lighting technology.

    Here are some benefits of LED:

    • Cost Efficient – LED is a solid state lighting. This means there are no glass bulbs, delicate filaments, or complex tubing in an LED display. Thus, it's easier and less expensive to build displays underwater and in environments where there is vibration, dust, and explosive gas. The absence of glass and filament components in LED makes it far more resistant to shock and vibration. That will save you a great deal of maintenance efforts, due to the breakage problem. In addition, the ease of installation into the signs or channel letters makes you reduce more labor costs, comparing with the installation of neon. Lastly, LED's longer operating life can help you dramatically increase the overall return on investment.

    • Color Efficient – According to LED's special package, the way it emits features a very indicative lighting source. This makes the light and color much more visible, even in the daylight. Also, unlike most of lighting applications, LED does not require lenses to produce color. Therefore, LED can produce colored light that is richer and more vibrant, with higher light output. And, you don't need to worry the drop of color's luminosity and intensity.

    • Energy Efficient – LED is up to 90% more power efficient than any other lighting applications. The bottom line is that the longer the LED operates, the more energy LED will save. Usually, LED has no startup delays, meaning it can glow immediately in the cold climates.

    • Environment Efficient – LED operates within a low-voltage environment, so it consumes far less energy than other lights. This also means it will generate very little heat. Lower heat output helps to reduce air conditioning loads inside buildings. Moreover, LED contains absolutely no mercury. That's the reason why people start considering LED to be "Earth-Friendly" or the "Green" lighting.

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Warranty Policy:


  1. Policy Overview:

    LED Inc. warrants all products, including LED module, LED strip/ribbon, controller and power supply, to be free of defects in material and workmanship. The customer will process warranty service with LED Inc.’s distributor or authorized retail store if purchased from them.

    This warranty does not apply to product subject to abuse or misuse. During the warranty period LED Inc. reserves the option to repair or replace products at no charge if found to be defective during the warranty period.

    LED Inc.’s liability under the warranty is limited to repair or replacement of the unit and does not include the transportation cost. This warranty will not apply in the event of conditions demonstrating abnormal use such as direct sun exposure, submersion, salt atmosphere, corrosion or stress from misuse including over voltage conditions. LED, Inc. does not cover labor costs associated with replacement of products in end applications.

    In no event will LED Inc. be liable for interruption of business loss of profits, indirect or consequential damage, and injury to person or damage to property from any cause whatsoever.

  2. Warranty Period:

    Five years from the date of original purchase. (For all products)

  3. Return Procedure:

    Should a product fail under this warranty please contact LED Inc., for a return material authorization number (RMA). An RMA number may be obtained by calling customer service at (775) 885-1510. The defective product must be sent to the address below with a dated sales receipt as proof of purchase before the expiration of warranty period. Damage during transit is not covered by this warranty.

    LED Inc.
    1601 Fairview Dr. #22
    Carson City, NV 89701, USA