At Lumilum® we are passionate about lifestyle-enhancing, energy-efficient LED lighting. We offer a prime selection of residential and commercial lighting products that will provide the results that you expect for years to come.
We meticulously search the LED electronic component markets for the highest quality parts for our line of products. We are committed to using only top-quality LED components that generate the highest possible output of lumens per watt, as well as CRI (Color Rendering Index). Our products are UL and/or ETL certified and are built to high-quality standards and made to perform optimally. Our Power Drivers and Adapters have been extensively and thoroughly tested in our lab to guarantee a stable light output and a very long lifespan. We provide a complete solution with our assortment of accessories that work with our LED line of products, making each project simple.
At Lumilum®, providing you with proven LED products is just one part of our business. The other part is providing you with the most complete information so that you have the best understanding of our product lines. This is followed by our great customer service and expedited delivery time when possible.
The Current State of Classroom Lighting” For over a century, fluorescent bulbs have been the groundbreaking technology in lighting. Since the 1940s, we have been educated under fluorescent lights in schools, worked under them in offices, exercised under them in gymnasiums, and treated under them in hospitals. With the advent of the compact fluorescent bulb, we even brought them into our homes.
Fluorescent lights are gas-filled tubes with a phosphorescent coating on the inner surface. Electrical current is passed through a voltage-regulating ballast to a tungsten-coiled electrode. When the lights are turned on, a voltage “kick” from the ballast instantly (or, in older technologies, more gradually) vaporizes small amounts of mercury within the tube, causing them to emit ultraviolet (UV) light. The inner surface coating absorbs the UV light and converts it to visible light, producing a ‘white-ish glow.
With lighting a necessity in our lives, unfortunately, fluorescent lights have become essential due to the lack of competitively priced technology with comparable light output and efficiency.