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LED revolution

The cost of electricity in recent decades has increased several times. Today, the share of electricity costs in the cost of most types of products and services is quite significant, and sometimes - prevailing.

For the majority of the planet's population, bills for electricity each year bring less and less positive emotions. But no matter how I would like to refuse this kind of energy will not work out, so everyone has to look for their way of reducing electricity consumption. If you follow the chain of electricity consumption in everyday life, then it turns out that lighting plays an important role here. Lighting affects not only our health, in particular on eyesight, but also on the psycho-emotional state of a person. Thus, saving on lighting at home, we create preconditions not only for deterioration of our vision and the eyes of our loved ones, but also potentially worsen the emotional atmosphere in the home, making it as dim and gloomy.

A bit of history. Back in the USSR.

In the last century, in the so-called "socialist camp" countries, in the absence of a market economy, nobody thought to save on electricity. But with the gradual exhaustion of the immense reserves of all kinds of resources of the great empire and its collapse, and with the advent of the first market relations, prices gradually began to approach the sad "capitalist" realities.
It immediately affected the common people. They began to pay more and more attention to the issue of economy in everyday life. With regard to lighting, then the options were special and there was no other than to turn off the light on time and buy less powerful sources of lighting. In those days in the USSR for apartments and houses, such were basically ordinary incandescent lamps.
Thus, twisting in the cartridge instead of a fair light bulb of less power, accustomed to bright light, post-homosovetricus began to feel some discomfort. But with this we had to reconcile, because good illumination required good incomes, and by that time the majority of the former Soviet Union did not exist. It would seem that citizens of such a recently-rich country were doomed to eternal cold, dull and sad existence.

The process of improving the situation has gone away.

Fortunately, technological progress in the "rotting capitalist" countries and "rapidly developing socialist" China has not been in place. More and more so-called energy-saving light bulbs, modified for everyday use of fluorescent mercury lamps, began to be used. Their energy consumption at the same lighting compared with the incandescent lamps was less than three times. The service life thus increased to one - two years. Despite the higher cost and problems with their disposal, energy-saving light bulbs began to crowd out traditional, which led to a significant reduction in lighting costs.

LED revolution.

Even more significant reduction of electricity consumption for lighting led to more widespread use in the home LED, so-called LED bulbs. When the technology began to allow them to be released in any size and shape, under any cartridge, despite their fairly large price, LED lamps began to rapidly gain popularity. And this is not straightforward. After all, their power consumption in comparison with incandescent lamps is less than 10 times, and in comparison with luminescent - less 3 times. At the same time, all manufacturers today provide a guarantee for LED lamps for at least 5 years. Now the light bulbs are popular and available worldwide and are gradually replacing the incandescent lamps. By the way, in the developed Western countries, you will no longer find the traditional "Ilyich bulbs" in either one house or hotel. However, today it is easy and quite affordable to buy LED lamps in stores of any country in the world.

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