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CFLS, LEDs are changing the way we see

I shudder every time I flip the light switch in our shed, powering up two 200-watt incandescent light bulbs. Nearly every other light bulb around our home are either energy-saving compact fluorescent light (CFL) or the hot (actually cool) newest product, the light emitting diode (LED). The first LEDs I replaced were outdoor flood lights that are motion-activated, and now I don't worry as much about "wasting electricity" when a critter walks by or a strong wind blows a branch or unknown object within range of the sensors. Soon, it may be the shed lights.

2 comments:

  1. We use LED lightning because it is more reliable and has long lives.

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