Wholesale Supply of Replacement LED Bulbs & LED Lighting Panels
Our energy saving bulbs not only reduce energy consumption but also produce significantly better light when compared with some of our competitors products, having a superior lumen level.
We are pleased to be able to supply replacement, energy saving, LED bulbs that will show significant cost efficiency when compared with traditional lighting.
MR16 & GU10 ‘KASHMIR’ Replacement Lamps
- Much brighter than its 35W halogen predecessors with a tenth of the wattage
- 17+ years life expectancy based on 8 hours usage a day
- Suited for many public areas such as hotels, restaurants, hospitals, toilets etc.
Square LED Panel
This LED panel light is designed for reducing energy consumption and landscaping. It is easy to install and maintain. It can be used to replace the conventional lights, like fluorescent lamp, energy saving lamps, downlights, etc.
Big savings can be made when applied to office buildings, supermarkets, shopping malls, conference halls, and hotels etc.
- High Lumen Output
- Low Energy Usage
- Long life time, rated over 50,000 hours
- Can be hung or recessed
Technical Data Sheet: LED Ceiling Panel
Imagine the energy and maintenance costs saving if replacing a full hotel, restaurant, school, college buildings or university campus… over the life of the light bulb the cost savings will astound you!
Kashmir has a life expectancy of over 50,000 hours! This works out at an impressive 17+ years based on an average of 8 hours usage a day! With figures like this it is easy to see what all the fuss is about when it comes to replacing old halogen light bulbs for these spanking new energy efficient LED light bulbs. Other bulbs on the market have an average life expectancy of 25,000 hours and the lumen output (brightness) is lower. When comparing bulbs on the market look for:-
- Lumens output – Kashmir has 400 lumens
- Life expectancy – Kashmir has 50,000 hours
- Quality of build – Kashmir has average luminous efficiency of 100 lumens per watt from Luxeon, Phillips and Seoul Semiconductors.
Kashmir LED Build Process & Quality
The above components are placed and soldered to aluminium backed circuit boards using two high performance Juki placement machines, capable of placing 20,000 components an hour.
The circuit boards are then thermally bonded to the housings to ensure an even heat dissipation and that the LED chip is working in the correct environment thus assuring the longevity of the product.
On ordering, the units go through a final assembly process where the specified angle optics are added, they are then sealed using an O-ring arrangement to allow access should any maintenance be required. Unnecessary, messy potting compounds are not used.
The final stage of the process is a 3 day soak test at maximum performance to weed out any product not up to scratch. The units are now ready for dispatch to the customer and come backed up by a 3 year repair or replace warranty.
- Coloring Rendering Index (CRI)
CRI represents the quality of light and its faithfulness to render colors correctly, that is, to enable us to perceive colors as we know them. The ideal CRI is 100, and some incandescent bulbs approach this level. LEDs and CFLs use different design components in trying to equal the CRI of incandescent bulbs. LED bulbs CRI ratings range from 70 to 95, and the best CFLs have ratings in the mid 80s.
- Correlated Color Temperature (CCT)
CCT is the measure used to describe the relative color appearance of a white light source. CCT indicates whether a light source appears more yellow/gold/orange or more blue, in terms of the range of available shades of “white.” CCT is given in kelvins (unit of absolute temperature). 2700K is “Warm” and 5000K is “Cool”. The typical light color we are used to in indoor home lighting is “warm”, 2700 – 2800K.
A unit of standard measurement that is used to describe the amount of light contained in an area as perceived by the human eye. The more lumens, the brighter the light. You can use lumens to compare the brightness of any bulb, regardless of the technology behind it, and regardless of whether it’s incandescent, CFL or LED.
- Luminous Flux
The flow of light measured in lumens. With light bulbs, it provides an estimate of the apparent amount of light the bulb will produce. Depending on the application, much of an incandescent’s light is wasted because it’s emitted in every direction. LED bulbs, on the other hand, put out directional light, sending all of the light exactly where it’s needed.
In practical application, when buying a light bulb, we should look for bulbs which produce more light but consumes less energy. Understanding lumens as a measure of brightness makes it easier to select the most efficient bulb for your application.
Please contact us for a quotation for your workplace, organisation, shopping centre, university or school 00441 202 764778 or use the contact form on the contact page of this website.