To create the perfect ambience in your home, light11 recommends the warm mood lighting provided by energy-efficient 12 V or 230 V eco halogen lamps. These new eco halogen lamps provide energy savings of between 30 and 50% compared to conventional incandescent lamps without a loss in light quality

You can use them virtually everywhere you would normally use traditional halogen or incandescent lamps. Energy-saving lamps are particularly useful if several hours of illumination are required every day. Energy-saving lamps and fluorescent lamps save energy and are useful for areas requiring high intensity illumination, such as home workstations, mirrors or kitchen worktops.

For warm, atmospheric exterior lighting, light11 recommends 12 V eco halogen lamps. They are energy efficient, have a long service life and are fully compatible with motion detectors.
If energy efficiency is even more important to you, energy-saving lamps or compact fluorescent lamps are the lamps of choice although some loss of light quality is to be expected.

To save as much energy as possible without compromising on the light quality, you would be best advised to opt for cutting edge discharge lamps. However, these lamps are not compatible with motion detectors and are somewhat more expensive than the above-mentioned lamps.
If less obtrusive lighting and the opportunity to play with form and colour appeals to you and if you would prefer not to generate too much heat, then LEDsare the best solution for you.

Colour temperature, colour rendering, brightness, energy efficiency class, service life, and energy consumption . are all key criteria when determining the suitability of a particular lamp. For information purposes, we have prepared a comparisonof the most common lamps.

o help you decide which lamp would be best for you, we have compiled an overview of the different characteristics allowing you to make significant energy savings without having to compromise on the light quality or effect.

Please also read the information on Incandescent lamps

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