Why LED?

If we are concerned human beings, we should not even be asking this question. We should be asking ‘Why not LED?’

The world is screaming about global warming. it’s indeed a global WARNING.it’s high time to go green. It’s high time we should wake up and do our bit and doing our bit is using an LED light because:

  • They’re mercury free: Unlike CFL bulbs, LED lights contain no mercury.
  • They’re green: LED lights reduce energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions enormously.
  • They’re safe: LED lights run cool and are extremely durable. No more burning your fingers when trying to change a bulb!
  • They’re cost-effective: LED lights save at least 80% energy of the conventional light source
  • They last longer: LED lights last 15x longer or more than conventional light sources
  • They payback: The payback time of LED lights is less than 18 months


The lighting market is going through a period of technological change, with semiconductor-based technologies such as LEDs and OLEDs presenting customers with a new possibilities in terms of efficiency, quality of light and flexibility. As a premium supplier, SPL is playing a leading role here. With continuous innovations and improvements we develop intelligent and sustainable products to helpconserve resources worldwide and to improve the quality of life through light. LED technology is a crucial factor in saving resources. We offer professional light management systems for lighting in industry, shops, hospitality, offices, streets and more.

Its advance and advantageous

As it is rightly said, LED lighting is a revolutionary innovation. LED lighting solutions are more accessible and affordable than any traditional lighting. The long lifetime of LEDs reduces the need to replace failed lamps, with significant maintenance savings. This makes LED lighting ideal for applications where maintenance expenses are high, like office buildings, factories or hotels. Moreover, LEDs are fully recyclable and produce at least 80% lower CO2 emissions compared with conventional incandescent and halogen lamps.

LEDs switch on rapidly, even when cold, and this is a particular advantage for certain applications. They are also ideal for use in applications that are subject to frequent on-off cycling, unlike fluorescent lamps that burn out quickly when switched on and off frequently.

Pure directional light LED lamps offer a pure and directional light (can be designed to project light at specific angles and directions), meaning that excellent representation of natural colors is achieved, even during night time hours.

LEDs are shock and vibration resistant unlike fluorescent and incandescent bulbs which are fragile. LEDs do not suddenly burn out, contain no fragile filaments or gas filled tubes, and are of robust design.

Low heat LEDs produce a minimal amount of heat which allows them be applied to a wide variety of fixture setups & designs, as well as minimizing the heat radiated onto objects and people within. There is also the benefit of reduced air-conditioning costs, thanks to extremely low thermal output.

Temperature resistant LEDs can operate in extreme climate and temperature conditions ranging from -30o C to 50o C (-22 F to 120F) without the issues involved with fluorescent technology.

Radiation free LEDs have no infra-red warmth or ultra-violet emissions, making them ideal for sensitive or delicate illuminated objects in museums, art galleries, food displays or refrigeration units.