Led Bulbs

As your incandescents burn out, it's a good time to consider switching to LED bulbs. By now, you probably know that LEDs have an impressive lifespan (20-something years!) and are very cost-effective. You probably also know that they're a pricey investment that can run five times more expensive than incandescents. Despite the cost, now's the right time to switch to LEDs.

These bulbs have made significant advances over the last few years, finally delivering the warm light incandescents have comforted us with for decades. More than ever, there is also an overwhelming number of LED varieties, and choosing an LED is entirely different from picking up an incandescent. Before you head to the store, find out what you need to know about choosing the right LED bulbs.


Voltage : 110-240, 50/60 Hz
Current (Nominal) : 50mA
Life: 60000 hrs.
CRI : >80
Power Factor: >0.95
Efficiency : >90%
Operating Temp: -4*C to 80*C
Material: Alluminium +PC

LEDs Bulbs Types

Types Specifications
A-GBPL-3 Watt As mentioned above
B-GBPL-5 Watt As mentioned above
C-GBPL-8 Watt As mentioned above
D-GBPL-10 Watt As mentioned above
E- GBAL-5W As mentioned above
F- GBAL-7W As mentioned above
G-GBPL-24Watt As mentioned above

Benifits of Led Lights

Long Life

Long life time stands out as the number one benefit of LED lights. LED bulbs and diodes have an outstanding operational life time expectation of up to 100.000 hours.

Energy Efficiency

Todays most efficient way of illumination and lighting, with an estimated energy efficiency of 80%-90% when compared to traditional lighting and conventional light bulbs.

Environmentally Friendly

Eco friendly, mercury free and don’t emit UV radiation. White LED bulbs produce light than approximate natural sunlight Which is less straining on the eyes when working for a long period of time. The LED light spectrum does not contain heat producing ultraviolet and infrared rays.


The benefit of LED Lights is that they are an eco-friendly form of lighting as they do not contain mercury or other harmful gasses or emit any harmful UV rays. For example, a 13w LED light emits 68% less CO2 than a standard 40w incandescent bulb running 10 hours per day.

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