A CFL safety study shows the bulbs are safe for home use.
With the upcoming U.S. ban on incandescent light bulbs
set to take effect in 2012, many Americans are getting inspired to go green
with their lighting solutions. Some are hesitant to make the switch because they feel the energy-saving light bulbs
give off a cold illumination, but LED technology is well on its way to warmer light output.
Just this week, Litetronics announced it will release a new Parfection series of LED
Par light bulbs at the upcoming Light International fair to be held in May at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The company is so confident the new bulbs
will satisfy consumers that they are calling them LED "game-changers."
The new light bulb
model has a heat sink concealed within the bulbs and throws light in multiple angles to achieve new levels of LED excellence. Bob Sorensen, vice president of marketing for Litetronics, says, "people will be surprised by our LED line's performance, dimmability and aesthetics."
In addition, the Parfection model increases the environmental benefits offered by LED bulbs
. With a patented Thermal Breeze cooling system, it may be the greenest LED light
to hit store shelves.
Plus, the bulb offers the same energy-saving advantages and long life of similar LED products. With incandescent lights quickly becoming artifacts, what have you got to lose? Let Litetronics brighten your home.