LED lights can be used to replace almost every type of lighting these days. Whether you're looking for a spotlight bulb, another type of bulb or a tube, LED lights make an ideal replacement. That's because they're much more efficient than all other types of lighting, which means you can save up to 90% in energy costs! LED lights also have an extremely long lifespan compared to older lighting technologies. We've got a wide selection of LED lights (including dimmable ones) with lots of different specifications for you to choose from. Use the filters to help you find the right products quickly and easily.
What are the benefits of LED lighting?
There are many reasons why it pays to switch to LED lights. Below, we have listed the most important benefits of LED. Don't wait any longer and choose LED lighting from Any-Lamp.
- High energy savings of up to 90%.
- Lower maintenance and replacement costs
- High efficiency
- Long service life
- High light output
- LED bulbs do not contain toxic substances
- LED bulbs do not become warm
- Durable and recyclable
- Good for the environment
- LED lighting reduces C02 emissions
One advantage that immediately stands out is the low wattage of LED lights. This ensures that an LED bulb consumes much less energy, while still delivering the same performance as a conventional bulb, which requires much more power. The main difference is reflected in the energy costs, because they are up to 90% lower when using LED lighting! And you will notice that immediately on your energy bill!
What should I pay attention to if I want to buy LED lights?
Would you like to buy an LED lighting online? hen there are a few important things to consider. We will be happy to help you find the right LED bulb for your needs. You can also use our handy selection tool to help you find the right bulb.
In which room is the LED lighting to be installed? This is very important because every room has a different purpose. Do you want to add extra atmosphere to a room or do you benefit from a clear and somewhat brighter light?
Which fitting do I need? Once you have decided what purpose you want to serve with the LED bulb, we can start looking for the right fitting. Always check the socket of your existing lighting. Our LED bulbs serve as a 1:1 replacement for conventional lighting in the same fittings, often without having to replace the fitting.
Which colour temperature is best for my LED lighting? There are many options here. From very atmospheric LED bulbs with extra warm white light (1800K - 2700K) to daylight white (6500K). Want to know more about colour temperature? Click here to go to our blog.
What wattage and light output do I need? Do you want to use the LED bulb in a large room? Then a high light output (500 - 1000 lumens) is suitable. For smaller rooms or rooms where the atmosphere is especially important, a LED bulb with a lower number of lumens (from 200) is sufficient. Want to know more about choosing the right lumens? Click here to read our blog about choosing lumens according to the room.
Is LED lighting good for the environment?
Yes, they are! When you buy an LED bulb, you contribute to a cleaner world. LED bulbs do not contain any toxic substances, as is the case with fluorescent tubes, light bulbs or energy-saving bulbs. Because LED lighting is durable and lasts longer than conventional lighting, you also help reduce C02 emissions. A LED bulb can also always be recycled. Therefore, do not throw them away with your household waste, but hand them in at a recycling point near you!
What colour temperature should I choose for my LED lighting?
LED bulbs are available in the same light colours as conventional bulbs. The table below shows which ones they are and for which rooms they are particularly suitable:
|Colour temperature||Kelvin value||Information + Area of application|
|Extra warm white||1800 - 2700 Kelvin||
Extra warm white light can be seen as atmospheric light reminiscent of candlelight. This light colour is therefore mainly used in lounges, the hospitality industry or at home in the living room or bedroom.
|Warm white||3000 Kelvin||Warm white light is recommended when you want to create a relaxing atmosphere. This light colour is therefore perfect for restaurants, hotels, reception areas, foyers, dressing rooms and waiting rooms.|
|Cool white||4000 Kelvin||
Cool white light increases concentration and improves visual performance. This light colour is therefore perfect for offices, schools and other working environments such as hairdressing salons, warehouses, factories and showrooms
|Daylight||6500 Kelvin||LED lighting in daylight also increases concentration and improves visual performance. It is therefore ideally suited to environments where detailed work is performed, such as hospitals and workshops.|
Detailed information on what colour temperature actually is and which light colour is best for your project can be found in our blog: How do I choose the right colour temperature (Kelvin)?
In which fittings are LED bulbs available?
LED bulbs are available in virtually all the fittings in which conventional bulbs are used. This is very convenient because it means you can always replace an LED bulb with your old lighting simply and quickly. In terms of options, we are all familiar with the E27 and E14 screw bases. The GU10 Bi-Pin socket and the GU5.3 plug socket are also still very popular. The most common fittings for LED bulbs are:
Looking for an LED bulb in a different socket? If you would like to sort certain LED lights by their sockets, simply click on the desired socket under the Base (socket) filter on the left-hand side of the page.
How long does a LED lightbulb last?
This differs per product, as different LED bulbs have different lifespans. Compared to conventional light sources, LED bulbs emit their light much longer! As relevant facts you can remember: LED bulbs last 15,000 to 100,000 hours. The best energy-saving bulbs, on the other hand, only last about 20,000 hours; halogen bulbs only 4,000 hours and incandescent bulbs usually run out after 1,000 hours. So you don't have to replace LED lights as often as you do conventional lights! And that gives you a nice advantage.
What is smart LED lighting?
A smart LED bulb can be controlled remotely in several ways! You can download a free app from the relevant brand, after which you can control each connected smart light via your smartphone, tablet or possibly a smart home device such as Google Home or Amazon Alexa. You can also create your own schedules for lighting times and much more. You will find all Smart LED Lights in our Smart Lighting category. There you can choose from smart LED lights from top brands such as Calex, Philips and Ledvance.
Can I replace an incandescent bulb for an LED bulb?
Absolutely! LED bulbs are the economical 1 to 1 replacement for conventional light bulbs. The convenient part is that LED bulbs have the same fittings as incandescent bulbs. The most popular are the E27 and the E14 screw base. By purchasing an LED bulb, you can make substantial savings on your energy costs. In addition, an incandescent bulb lasts on average 1000 hours, while the same LED bulb lasts 15000 hours! So in fact you save 15 light bulbs. Click here for an overview of our E27 LED bulbs or click here for all our E14 LED bulbs. Are you looking for a stylish LED bulb where you can clearly see the carbon filament? Then you can also choose from many LED Filament bulbs.
What is the difference between incandescent lighting and an LED lighting?
The main difference between an incandescent and an LED bulb is in the power (Watt) and the light output (lumen). The value that counts in the case of LED bulbs is lumens. This term indicates how much light a bulb emits. An incandescent bulb of 100 Watts, for example, emits a lumen value of approximately 1300 lm. If you know this value, you can start looking for a LED bulb that is right for you. To do this, just use our filter function on the left. Under the heading Light Output (Lumen), you can then filter by the lumen value that your LED bulb should have. In addition, you will often find the words "Replaces 40W" in the titles of our products. You can also use this as a guideline if you only know the wattage of your light bulb and not the luminosity. In the diagram below you will find some wattages of conventional light bulbs with the corresponding lumen values:
|Watt quantity (incandescent bulb)||Lumen quantity (LED bulb)|
|25 Watt||200 lumens|
|40 Watt||400 lumens|
|60 Watt||700 lumens|
|100 Watt||1300 lumens|
How much energy can I save by switching to LED lights?
LED bulbs are many times more efficient than conventional light sources because they convert a large part of the energy into light. You can therefore save a lot of energy costs. Depending on how efficient the particular LED bulb is, you can save up to 90%
Are LED lights dimmable?
Yes, they are! The majority of the LED bulbs in our assortment are dimmable - but not all products are. Whether a bulb is dimmable or not can always be found out by looking at the product title and/or the technical information in the product details. Alternatively, you can visit our category page: Dimmable LED bulbs and search for the right dimmable LED bulb. Please note that you need a special LED dimmer to dim dimmable LED bulbs. Please note that dimming LED lights will not work with a conventional dimmer.
With some LED bulbs, you can dim not only the light intensity but also the colour temperature. These are marked with the term "Dim to Warm". They are ideally suited to variable usage areas where you want to create warm white atmospheric lighting on the one hand, and extra warm atmospheric lighting in the living room, kitchen or bedroom, for example, on the other.
How do you remove a LED bulb from a fixture?
This is very simple. Especially with LED bulbs with an E27 or E14 screw base. You simply unscrew these lights from the fixture. With LED lighting such as LED fluorescent tubes and LED Spots, you turn the bulb a quarter turn and you're done! The various LED plug-in bulbs can also be easily clicked out of the fixture. LED bulbs do not contain toxic substances such as mercury and do not become warm. However, LED bulbs cannot simply be disposed of in household waste. The reason for this: LED lights contain many valuable components and materials that can be recycled. Our tip: Take your LED bulbs to an environmental or recycling centre.
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