Philips Introduces World's Most Energy-efficient Warm White LED Lamp




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FreedomRebel: are ye old lightmasters already looking into graphene for use in lighting and screens etc ?

Glenn Hough: I start using this just this Month.. looking forward for the result..

ALL DAY LIGHTING: LED's are the future, they might be a lil more expensive but they save you a lot of money in your light bills. Get them at a low price in our website

Kamlesh Vikamsey: Interesting development.....

sameer m faroor: Phillips energy effiecient lights.

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Vinothan Suppiah: Philips introduces the world's most energy efficient LED light. Truly impressive.

Mauricio Garza Livas: bright future

Max Huijgen: *Led replacement for TL lights could save 100 Terawatt in the US alone* The TLED lamps are intended to replace fluorescent tube lighting used in office and industry, which currently account for more than half of the world’s total lighting. Conversion to the twice-as-efficient 200lm/W TLED lamps will generate significant energy and cost savings. In the US alone, for example, fluorescent lights consume around 200 terawatts of electricity annually. If these lights were all replaced with 200lm/W TLEDs, the US would use around 100 terawatts less energy (equivalent to 50 medium sized power plants) saving more than US$12 billion and preventing around 60 million metric tons of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere.2

Gordon Hatusupy: Philips creates the world’s most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp. Martijn Kersten and I created the supporting animation for this announcement. Animation here : Philips introduces world's most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp! Official announcement here : http://www.newscenter.philips.com/main/standard/news/press/2013/20130411-philips-creates-the-world-s-most-energy-efficient-warm-white-led-lamp.wpd#.UWZ4Lqsmkt8 -- http://www.studiobrandstof.nl http://www.twelveoclock.nl

Jay C McMahon: world's most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp

Clinton Carucci: Good work +Kelly Elston Philips introduces world's most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp

Elevite - Lichtloesung: Philips introduces world's most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp: http://youtu.be/E4QWdd6_wVs via @youtube

Marcel Kuil: #Philips #Light #Innovation #Energy #electricity #Lights #energyefficiency #energysaving Philips creates the world’s most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp http://uglyc.at/philips.com/of

PIEK International Education Centre (I.E.C.) - English: *Philips introduces world's most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp* Read More... http://piekiec.eu/en/news-en/philips-claims-led-lighting-record.html

cengeb: Best, LumiLeds are the industry best. My HERA fixtures use LumiLEDS, flawless, perfect color, no differences, long life 24/7 3 years! PERFECT Still going since day one. 1W HB LED. 3 1W in each puck. Same with the AmbientLED flawless screw in retrofit 12.2 W perfect color, BRIGHT, long life, no early failures, great stuff.

Duarte Silva: I think he said we can save up to 40% on LIGHTING And thanks for correcting WattHours captain obvious :P

Times Adam: Like who? You and "Dandruf Liquid"? Please, leave your "quasi" arguments for yourself... Two most liked statuses here bash the commercial. I am no more arguing with you as you cannot provide any feasible arguments.

diynevala: The bulb costs 100000$ and it will last for 20 hours. IT IS A PROTOTYPE! Come back when the bulb costs 5$ and will last for at least 5 years. Let's see if it will still have the same properties....

merry2: Ya and you say that LED bulbs run cooler, but they are SCREAMING HOT to the point that you can't remove them right away! What's up with that? LED should last 100,000 hours, but you are driving them so hard...............................

MrReoNetro: No they don't. Their products are good, but NOT the best..

havkacik: I'll be the first one to buy!

107banjartaxi: Ding dung

ModernWs - Wutthi: Philips's the real leader in Light!

Phage0070: I am sure Philips is proud of their technology, but this video is hugely deceptive and they should be embarrassed it was produced. Dump whatever agency produced this and find one who will be honest with the public.

esborniarj: It makes perfect sense if you are an EE. I live in Brazil, but made a quick search for the numbers. In 2010 the total producing in USA was around 20,000,000,000,000,000 watt/year( yes the video is right. watt-hour is not the measurement. The measurement of consumption is watt/time. So watt/hour is right and the video says watt/year is perfectly right also) They say that fluorescent lamps are 200 trilion (200,000,000,000,000). Thats 100x less and make perfectly sense. Perfect video!

ALL DAY LIGHTING: LED philips are good ecologic bulbs, find them in low price in my website

William J. Croft: Congratulations on this achievement. As the video ends, the actual CRI value scrolls past our eyes before we can see the final value(!) Can we see a spec sheet?

RolandsJ: And how about planned obsolescence? If it performs 200 lmn per watt, it is what i am willing to buy. Lets see prices per watt.

trias abadi setiawan: its Mean you save percent of whole consumtion in lighting off course.

Times Adam: It is not about context. If they say, it can save 40 percent of ALL electricity consumption, it means, it is ALL. You must be exact especially when you are talking about new technologies. As an engineer, you must avoid any uncertainty in what you are saying. This commercial is misleading and you can not save it by blaming it on "context". They said what they said and it is wrong... There can not be any discussion about it.

Dandruff Liquid: you have trouble understanding percentages or what?

cengeb: I have dozens of Philips LED products flawless stuff. Philips makes the best LED Lighting products.

cengeb: this finally displaces SOX- Low Pressure Sodium, which was for decades the most efficient commercial lamp, in monochromatic yellow. I use lots of SOX. Sox was also introduced by Philips in around 1932, and was THE most efficient

Remy Chevalier: Thank you Philips for leading the way in lighting quality and efficiency. Your technology is helping us retire old and dirty oil, coal and nuclear power plants. In California, the state's electrical consumption is reduced every year thanks to companies like yours. Bless you!

kw0s: Does LED save electricity? Perhaps, but maybe not your pocket book? At $5~50 per LED bulb compare with $1~2 per CFL. I actually paid $0.20~0.25 each, or close to free. I shall continue to use CFL for a long time.

pmh099: Good observation - that said: Joule = WattSecond.

Times Adam: No, I do not... It looks more like people who created this add have trouble to understand them - "40 percent of all electricity consumption" is 40 percent of all electricity consumption. You can not argue about that...

Adrian Alvarez: And yet many people here can clearly understand the videos point but you. LMFAO. Congratulations.

MrFuryGuy: But how much does the lamp cost itself?

Dmitry Knyazev: Lets see...

Adrian Alvarez: Wow. Context kid. Learn context. You seriously cannot be this dumb.

MrReoNetro: LED has been held back for decades by planned obsolescence. First, Philips didn't want to make these freaking awesome products, but since they got their asses kicked by dozens of small suppliers they have jumped on the wagon. I don't think LED's are going to die on you any time soon. I've bought my first LED's like 5 years ago, and they are still working as if they are less than a day old. I think you pay for their not being 'planned obsolescence' in these products.

Times Adam: Play the video once again and you will hear "40 percent of all electricity consumption"... So, no, I am not slow...

Adrian Alvarez: Are you slow? It will save 40% of the 19% electricity consumption. How hard is that to understand?

David Cohen: Our latest infomotion for Philips : Philips creates the world’s most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp Animation here : Philips introduces world's most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp! Official announcement here : http://www.newscenter.philips.com/main/standard/news/press/2013/20130411-philips-creates-the-world-s-most-energy-efficient-warm-white-led-lamp.wpd#.UWZ4Lqsmkt8 http://www.studiobrandstof.nl

Fritz Kreiss: *Led replacement for TL lights could save 100 Terawatt in the US alone* The TLED lamps are intended to replace fluorescent tube lighting used in office and industry, which currently account for more than half of the world’s total lighting. Conversion to the twice-as-efficient 200lm/W TLED lamps will generate significant energy and cost savings. In the US alone, for example, fluorescent lights consume around 200 terawatts of electricity annually. If these lights were all replaced with 200lm/W TLEDs, the US would use around 100 terawatts less energy (equivalent to 50 medium sized power plants) saving more than US$12 billion and preventing around 60 million metric tons of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere.2

Breith Barbot: Our latest infomotion for Philips : Philips creates the world’s most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp Animation here : Philips introduces world's most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp! Official announcement here : http://www.newscenter.philips.com/main/standard/news/press/2013/20130411-philips-creates-the-world-s-most-energy-efficient-warm-white-led-lamp.wpd#.UWZ4Lqsmkt8 http://www.studiobrandstof.nl

John Hanks: *Led replacement for TL lights could save 100 Terawatt in the US alone* The TLED lamps are intended to replace fluorescent tube lighting used in office and industry, which currently account for more than half of the world’s total lighting. Conversion to the twice-as-efficient 200lm/W TLED lamps will generate significant energy and cost savings. In the US alone, for example, fluorescent lights consume around 200 terawatts of electricity annually. If these lights were all replaced with 200lm/W TLEDs, the US would use around 100 terawatts less energy (equivalent to 50 medium sized power plants) saving more than US$12 billion and preventing around 60 million metric tons of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere.2

Gordon Hatusupy: Our latest infomotion for Philips : Philips creates the world’s most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp Animation here : Philips introduces world's most energy-efficient warm white LED lamp! Official announcement here : http://www.newscenter.philips.com/main/standard/news/press/2013/20130411-philips-creates-the-world-s-most-energy-efficient-warm-white-led-lamp.wpd#.UWZ4Lqsmkt8 http://www.studiobrandstof.nl
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