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LED landscape lighting fixtures can transform the look of your garden.
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LED Landscape Lamps

LED landscape lighting fixtures can transform the look of your garden.

When planned properly, an arrangement of LED landscape lighting fixtures can completely transform the look of your yard. Luckily, it's actually quite simple to create a plan. Landscape lighting relies on a combination of three types of fixtures: spot lights to highlight plantings and garden features, floods to wash larger elements like walls and trees, and pathway designs to line outdoor walkways. For extra flair, a selection of party lights includes many outdoor-ready designs for festive occasions. Used in combination, the right mix of lighting creates a beautiful sense of depth in your yard. And best of all, LED landscape lights are energy efficient so you can keep them on at night for a fraction of the usual electricity costs

Although LED lights are more expensive to buy, in the long run, they are worth it. This is because they have a much longer life than halogen bulbs at anywhere from 30,000 to 50,000 hours. You can rest assured that your landscape lighting will burn bright for much longer than one year.

Low-voltage LED outdoor lighting uses 15-20 percent of the electricity we use with halogen or incandescent bulbs. This means far lower energy bills.

LED bulbs can have a useful life of 25,000 hours or more. Some LED lights can last up to 50,000 hours. That is a life of more than three years if run 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It also takes far less time to clean the lenses and so maintenance may only need to be done once annually and in less time.

There are two things that will cause an LED lamp to fail: temperature and moisture. In the outdoor environment, these two factors are unavoidable. A well engineered fixture will keep moisture from reaching the LED.

LED lights cannot burn out because there is no use of heat as in incandescent bulbs, or gases to burn out or wires to burn up. The microchip inside the LED produces a small amount of heat, which is taken away by the heat sink, meaning that no parts in the bulb are designed to burn up.

In the world of low voltage landscape lighting, LED lamps have also become prevalent. In fact, they have allowed us to create larger lighting systems, often, without the need for larger transformers.

Excess heat thrown by outdoor lighting can be dangerous. Not only can overheating lights cause outages, but they also run the risk of catching dryer foliage on fire. LED lighting stays cool to the touch, making it a much safer option for outdoor lights.

The most common reasons for LED blowing out are high voltage, bad contacts, use of incompatible dimmer switch, or recessed lighting. Other causes include overheating due to not using the right fixtures, or simply a bad batch of lightbulbs!

As we mention above, under-driving LED strips by using a lower voltage than its rated voltage is completely safe and has no detrimental effects on the LEDs or the circuitry. If anything, by driving them below their rated current, the LED strips' theoretical lifetime and longevity will be even longer.

Most LED bulbs boast a lifespan of up to 50,000 hours, which means that you may not have to splash out on LED replacement bulbs for up to 10 years after your original purchase. Incandescent bulbs and halogen bulbs will probably only last for 1000 - 2000 hours, compared to up to 100,000 hours for dimmable LEDs.

Most LED bulbs boast a lifespan of up to 50,000 hours, which means that you may not have to splash out on LED replacement bulbs for up to 10 years after your original purchase. Incandescent bulbs and halogen bulbs will probably only last for 1000 - 2000 hours, compared to up to 100,000 hours for dimmable LEDs.

The operating life of a LED is unaffected by turning it on and off. While lifetime is reduced for fluorescent lamps the more often they are switched on and off, there is no negative effect on LED lifetime.