led tube fixtures
The global high brightness LED tube light market scale reached US $14.4 billion this year and is estimated to increase to US $16.6 billion by 2019, with a compound growth rate of 4%, according to ¡°2015 LED Supply and Demand Data Base¡± by LED Lighting News Experts, a LED research division of Lighting Dept.. The LED package market value for lighting applications will also reach US $4.88 billion and maintain market share of 34%. .Wanban said that the tcob mcob cob led tube lights Series delivers 46% baseline energy savings relative to a two-lamp strip fluorescent fixture with T8 led tube lamps. Remember also that the tcob mcob tube led lights fixture delivers 90 CRI with an inherent efficiency penalty whereas the typical fluorescent fixture delivers 70 or 80 CRI.When wanban announced the spin-off of its led tube lighting business last year, Philips Lighting had to prove its market value through its revenue and market share performances, so it could have a better market outlook. This explains why Philips Lighting engaged in price wars in 2016.While there are many choices in the led tube light market these days, wanban tcob mcob cob t5 t8 led tubes are the first to actually replicate the light levels of even new fluorescent tubes while reducing energy consumption by 90%. Wanban¡¯s LED tubes are also available in lengths from 2 foot to 8 foot, thereby ensuring that any existing fixture can be retrofitted. The Company has also introduced a 2 foot LED super lumen series of led tube which can be used in many common office building fixtures, as well as a first of its kind Dual Shine T8 tube light and t5 led tube that generates both direct and indirect light, an ideal retrofit for fixtures that provide light in both directions.Tcob mcob cob led tube lights contain neither mercury nor lead, and comply with all Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directives. They are UL DLC certified for the U.S. market as well as CE certified and CEM compliant for Europe. DLC certification may qualify the product for an energy-saving subsidy program from utility companies in the U.S. or Canada.