LED Pot Lights Bulbs

LED Pot Lights bulbsTry the Latest in Pot Lights - LED Technology, Saves Energy, Colorful and Many More Benefits

Many homeowners are looking for big and small ways to save energy and lower their utility bills but at the same time, they do not want to give up style. One of the best ways a homeowner could save on their electric bill and still have a stylish home is with LED pot lights. The LED technology has been around for a many years, however putting them in residential pot lights is something fairly new.

LED or light-emitting diode can be bright yet soft on the eyes. They were invented in the early 1960 by American's working at Texas Instrument. From there, many people began experimenting with the colors - red was the first LED light color and there was no real practical use for the lights. People found that the LED lights could replace neon lighting and some laboratory equipment. It wasn't until late 2005 and beyond that LED lighting became practical for home use.   

Homeowners are switching to the newer LED Pot Lights because they are longer lasting then traditional light bulbs. Plus, they work on a high power 6 Nichia chip which burns at a cool 15C allowing for a long life of the LED chips. This means they do not need replacing very often and will save a homeowner much more money than traditional or even the so called 'green' light bulbs.

Pot Lights LEDBecause these LED pot light bulbs run cooler, they do not project heat. When a traditional light bulb projects heat, it can attract bugs, even in the cleanest of homes. With the LED cool temperature pot lights, there is hardly any heat given off so that there will be no bugs getting into the ceiling area to find the source of the heat.

The LED Lighting also comes in various fashions and one of the styles is a colorful RGB flex strip light. This is a lighted 'rope' that could be used as an accent around a favorite photo, a mirror or perhaps around a large flat-screen television. There are many different ways to use the flexible LED lighting besides decorative. The RGB flex strip lights could be used along the base of the wall, where it meets the floor, as a guide to another room instead of having to turn on a light at night or as an accent for effect.

Not only do the RGB light flex strips come in various colors, there are single lights that change colors. There are also timers and dimmers that could be connected and programmed to the RGB flex lights. This will allow a homeowner to have the colored lights turn on at certain times during the day or evening. They are also programmable to be dimmed so they create a different style of mood lighting.