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LED lighting is booming, the US and Japanese governments strongly support the development of LED
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LED lighting is booming, the US and Japanese governments strongly support the development of LED

(Summary description) Due to its obvious advantages in terms of energy efficiency and environmental friendliness, LED technology is being used more and more. In particular, the recent ban on incandescent lamps in the United States, Canada and Europe has led to the rise of the replacement of LED lighting equipment, thereby stimulating market demand growth. At present, overseas enterprises are generally optimistic about the development prospects of the LED lighting market in 2014, and it is expected that this field will become the focus and growth driver of future business. The U.S. government has stepped up its support Beginning in 2014, the United States and Europe will gradually ban 40W-60W incandescent light bulbs. This policy enables LED lighting products to gain wider application opportunities, and stimulates global LED lighting manufacturers to accelerate production and further increase the penetration rate of LED lighting. At present, the U.S. government is gradually increasing its support for LED lighting. By increasing subsidies for lighting products with "Energy Star" certification, the price of LED lamps has been reduced. The US "Energy Star" program has been implemented since 1992, aiming to guide consumers to choose energy-efficient products. Consumers who purchase ENERGY STAR products will enjoy benefits such as tax breaks or direct subsidies from the program. In this context, American LED manufacturer Cree (CREE) and other companies are optimistic about the development of the LED lighting market in 2014, and it is expected that the sales growth of replacement lamps will become the next business focus and growth driver. Cree is the largest LED product manufacturer in the United States. It was established in 1987 and listed on the Nasdaq market in 1993. Its lighting products have unique material technology and advanced white light technology, and are in a leading position in the global industry. Cree will release its financial report for the last quarter on January 21. The company expects that, boosted by strong demand for LED lighting, revenue in the last quarter will increase to $400 million to $420 million, a year-on-year increase of 24%, and gross profit will reach 38%. It was up 1.8 percent a year ago. In the past year, Cree's stock price has risen by 85%, and its current market value has reached 7.5 billion US dollars. In Europe, where the market is relatively mature, although there is no large-scale subsidy policy for the LED industry, the high local electricity prices make commercial lighting and outdoor architectural ambient lighting applications continue to demand. Industry insiders expect that the market will continue to show a steady growth trend in the next few years with the influence of the comprehensive ban on the sale of incandescent lamps. Major European LED lighting companies include OSRAM, headquartered in Munich, Germany. The company used to be a wholly-owned subsidiary of Siemens and left Siemens to develop independently in July last year. Its products are widely used in public places, offices, factories, homes and automotive lighting. The company's Frankfurt-listed shares have risen 94 percent in the past year. Japan started early and has a high penetration rate In Japan, where the energy crisis is particularly prominent, the growth rate of the LED industry is astonishing. As early as 1998, Japan launched the industrialization project "21st Century Light Plan", becoming one of the first countries in the world to issue policies to support LED development. In addition, Japan is also the first country in the world to ban the sale of incandescent lamps. With the large-scale support of the Japanese government, the LED industry has developed rapidly, and the penetration rate of LED lighting products has grown exponentially. Especially after the "3.11 earthquake" in 2011, with the promotion of power-saving and energy-saving measures caused by the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident, the penetration rate of LED lighting in Japan has increased significantly. According to statistics, the current penetration rate of LED bulbs in Japan is 60-70%, ranking first in the world.

LED lighting is booming, the US and Japanese governments strongly support the development of LED

(Summary description)

Due to its obvious advantages in terms of energy efficiency and environmental friendliness, LED technology is being used more and more. In particular, the recent ban on incandescent lamps in the United States, Canada and Europe has led to the rise of the replacement of LED lighting equipment, thereby stimulating market demand growth. At present, overseas enterprises are generally optimistic about the development prospects of the LED lighting market in 2014, and it is expected that this field will become the focus and growth driver of future business.

The U.S. government has stepped up its support

Beginning in 2014, the United States and Europe will gradually ban 40W-60W incandescent light bulbs. This policy enables LED lighting products to gain wider application opportunities, and stimulates global LED lighting manufacturers to accelerate production and further increase the penetration rate of LED lighting.

At present, the U.S. government is gradually increasing its support for LED lighting. By increasing subsidies for lighting products with "Energy Star" certification, the price of LED lamps has been reduced. The US "Energy Star" program has been implemented since 1992, aiming to guide consumers to choose energy-efficient products. Consumers who purchase ENERGY STAR products will enjoy benefits such as tax breaks or direct subsidies from the program.

In this context, American LED manufacturer Cree (CREE) and other companies are optimistic about the development of the LED lighting market in 2014, and it is expected that the sales growth of replacement lamps will become the next business focus and growth driver.

Cree is the largest LED product manufacturer in the United States. It was established in 1987 and listed on the Nasdaq market in 1993. Its lighting products have unique material technology and advanced white light technology, and are in a leading position in the global industry. Cree will release its financial report for the last quarter on January 21. The company expects that, boosted by strong demand for LED lighting, revenue in the last quarter will increase to $400 million to $420 million, a year-on-year increase of 24%, and gross profit will reach 38%. It was up 1.8 percent a year ago. In the past year, Cree's stock price has risen by 85%, and its current market value has reached 7.5 billion US dollars.

In Europe, where the market is relatively mature, although there is no large-scale subsidy policy for the LED industry, the high local electricity prices make commercial lighting and outdoor architectural ambient lighting applications continue to demand. Industry insiders expect that the market will continue to show a steady growth trend in the next few years with the influence of the comprehensive ban on the sale of incandescent lamps.

Major European LED lighting companies include OSRAM, headquartered in Munich, Germany. The company used to be a wholly-owned subsidiary of Siemens and left Siemens to develop independently in July last year. Its products are widely used in public places, offices, factories, homes and automotive lighting. The company's Frankfurt-listed shares have risen 94 percent in the past year.

Japan started early and has a high penetration rate

In Japan, where the energy crisis is particularly prominent, the growth rate of the LED industry is astonishing. As early as 1998, Japan launched the industrialization project "21st Century Light Plan", becoming one of the first countries in the world to issue policies to support LED development. In addition, Japan is also the first country in the world to ban the sale of incandescent lamps.

With the large-scale support of the Japanese government, the LED industry has developed rapidly, and the penetration rate of LED lighting products has grown exponentially. Especially after the "3.11 earthquake" in 2011, with the promotion of power-saving and energy-saving measures caused by the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident, the penetration rate of LED lighting in Japan has increased significantly. According to statistics, the current penetration rate of LED bulbs in Japan is 60-70%, ranking first in the world.


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Due to its obvious advantages in terms of energy efficiency and environmental friendliness, LED technology is being used more and more. In particular, the recent ban on incandescent lamps in the United States, Canada and Europe has led to the rise of the replacement of LED lighting equipment, thereby stimulating market demand growth. At present, overseas enterprises are generally optimistic about the development prospects of the LED lighting market in 2014, and it is expected that this field will become the focus and growth driver of future business.

The U.S. government has stepped up its support

Beginning in 2014, the United States and Europe will gradually ban 40W-60W incandescent light bulbs. This policy enables LED lighting products to gain wider application opportunities, and stimulates global LED lighting manufacturers to accelerate production and further increase the penetration rate of LED lighting.

At present, the U.S. government is gradually increasing its support for LED lighting. By increasing subsidies for lighting products with "Energy Star" certification, the price of LED lamps has been reduced. The US "Energy Star" program has been implemented since 1992, aiming to guide consumers to choose energy-efficient products. Consumers who purchase ENERGY STAR products will enjoy benefits such as tax breaks or direct subsidies from the program.

In this context, American LED manufacturer Cree (CREE) and other companies are optimistic about the development of the LED lighting market in 2014, and it is expected that the sales growth of replacement lamps will become the next business focus and growth driver.

Cree is the largest LED product manufacturer in the United States. It was established in 1987 and listed on the Nasdaq market in 1993. Its lighting products have unique material technology and advanced white light technology, and are in a leading position in the global industry. Cree will release its financial report for the last quarter on January 21. The company expects that, boosted by strong demand for LED lighting, revenue in the last quarter will increase to $400 million to $420 million, a year-on-year increase of 24%, and gross profit will reach 38%. It was up 1.8 percent a year ago. In the past year, Cree's stock price has risen by 85%, and its current market value has reached 7.5 billion US dollars.

In Europe, where the market is relatively mature, although there is no large-scale subsidy policy for the LED industry, the high local electricity prices make commercial lighting and outdoor architectural ambient lighting applications continue to demand. Industry insiders expect that the market will continue to show a steady growth trend in the next few years with the influence of the comprehensive ban on the sale of incandescent lamps.

Major European LED lighting companies include OSRAM, headquartered in Munich, Germany. The company used to be a wholly-owned subsidiary of Siemens and left Siemens to develop independently in July last year. Its products are widely used in public places, offices, factories, homes and automotive lighting. The company's Frankfurt-listed shares have risen 94 percent in the past year.

Japan started early and has a high penetration rate

In Japan, where the energy crisis is particularly prominent, the growth rate of the LED industry is astonishing. As early as 1998, Japan launched the industrialization project "21st Century Light Plan", becoming one of the first countries in the world to issue policies to support LED development. In addition, Japan is also the first country in the world to ban the sale of incandescent lamps.

With the large-scale support of the Japanese government, the LED industry has developed rapidly, and the penetration rate of LED lighting products has grown exponentially. Especially after the "3.11 earthquake" in 2011, with the promotion of power-saving and energy-saving measures caused by the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident, the penetration rate of LED lighting in Japan has increased significantly. According to statistics, the current penetration rate of LED bulbs in Japan is 60-70%, ranking first in the world.

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What are the characteristics of LED roadway lights? Do you know the installation method and precautions? Take a look!

What are the characteristics of LED roadway lights? Do you know the installation method and precautions? Take a look!

  As people's requirements for lamps are getting higher and higher, a new type of lamps called LED lamps are favored by people. LED is a kind of light-emitting diode. As a light source for illuminants, it has high light efficiency and long life. To achieve multi-purpose lighting, and softened, it will not cause dazzling or other uncomfortable reactions, so many public areas will use this kind of light, such as LED roadway lights, because there are many people on the road, so it is necessary to To install soft lamps that will not hurt the eyes, what are the characteristics of LED road lights? Do you know its installation methods and precautions? Let's follow the editor to learn about it.    Features of LED roadway lights: 1. The color purity of LED roadway lamps is high; at present, LED products cover almost the entire visible spectrum range, and the color purity is high. 2. LED roadway lamps have a long life. The actual life of LED is more than 50,000 hours, which is several times or even dozens of times that of general light sources. 3. The light source of LED roadway lamps does not contain mercury, and the light beam does not contain ultraviolet rays. 4. It is solid luminescence, good shock resistance, firm and reliable. 5. It also has the characteristics of energy saving, economical and maintenance-free. 6. LED has strong luminous directionality, high luminous flux utilization rate, and small size, which is easy to design and control light intensity distribution of LED lamps. 7. LED roadway lamps can be powered by DC low voltage, which is safe and reliable. 8. The LED is not limited by the start-up temperature, it can be started temporarily, usually a few ms, and can temporarily achieve full luminous flux output.   Installation method and precautions of LED roadway lights: 1. Installation method: 1. First, determine the installation position and method of the lamps according to the actual needs of the work site, and then prepare the corresponding length of Φ8~Φ14 mm three-core cables according to the distance from the lamps to the power contacts. 2. Open the set screw on the side of the upper cover of the lamp, then loosen the compression nut of the cable inlet of the lamp, open the upper cover, and lead the power cables through the compression nut to the internal terminal, and connect according to the method shown in the figure. Fix it, and then tighten the cable compression nut and the upper cover of the lamp. 3. The LED roadway lights are enclosure-free. If the lamps themselves are not bright, generally communicate with the manufacturer for direct replacement or return to the factory for maintenance. 2. Notes: 1. The power supply must be cut off before dismantling the lamp. 2. It is strictly forbidden to open it with electricity. 3. During use, the surface of the lamp has a certain temperature rise, which is a normal phenomenon; the center of the transparent part has a high temperature and should not be touched. 4. When installing lamps, the lamps should be safely grounded nearby. The above are the characteristics of LED roadway lights, as well as its installation methods and precautions. Relevant staff must pay attention to the problems during installation to ensure their personal safety.
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