Can I use LED bulb instead of incandescent?
When it comes to replacing old incandescent bulbs with LEDs, a common question that customers ask is: “Can I use an LED bulb that has a higher wattage equivalent than my fixture allows?” The simple answer is yes, as long as the LED bulb uses less wattage than your fixture.
Can you use dimmable LED bulbs in a regular socket?
The short answer to this question is: Yes, you can use dimmable LEDs without a dimmer switch, just like normal light bulbs. This is handy to know because many retailers are reducing the number of non-dimmable LED bulbs that they stock.
Can you put a higher watt LED bulb in a socket?
The answer is YES. You can use an LED bulb having a higher wattage equivalent than your fixture allows — provided the LED bulb consumes less wattage than the fixture. … Therefore, if the socket says “not to exceed 60-watts” but you wish to install a 100-watt equivalent LED light bulb, you could do so safely.
Why is LED bad for you?
The AMA says that life-long exposure of the retina and lens to blue peaks from LEDs can increase the risk of cataract and age-related macular degeneration. Studies also reveal that light emitted by LEDs can cause retinal changes, if there is high exposure for even a short period of time.
Should I replace my light bulbs with LED?
Southern California Edison spokesperson Sally Jeun explains, “We recommend not waiting to replace your incandescent light bulbs with LED light bulbs” because LED bulbs use about 80% less electricity and last up to 10 times longer, so the small amount of waste created by discarding a functioning incandescent is much …
Do LED bulbs affect WiFi?
All electrical devices, including LED lighting, emit electromagnetic radiation. However, the field generated by an LED light is not strong enough to cause interaction with WiFi or TV. On odd occasions the unshielded wires can produce a weak electromagnetic field, that might cause disruption.