This was the start of the Led Panel Light China

  • By replacing an incandescent bulb with a Panel Led Light equivalent an amazing 80-90% less energy is used!

    So how do you replace the lighting on your boat with them? One way would be to replace all the fixtures on your boat with dedicated LED fixtures but the price adds up very quickly and, contrary to what current marketing may like, you may actually like your current fixtures. The simple method is to simply replace the existing light bulbs with LED equivalents. If you have housings that use a G4 halogen bulb for instance, you have lots of options for G4 LED replacements. You'll only be limited by the space for the bulb and how bright you want it. Pull the halogen out, plug in the LED G4 marine led replacement, repeat as necessary with the other housings and you're done. It really is that simple. Sure beats wiring another solar panel or wind generator doesn't it?

    LED lights have another advantage to them that makes them better for the wallet. Unlike High Pressure Sodium and Metal Halide lamps, these do not require a change. The lighting will continue for longer without the need to be changed out, saving you on money. The alternatives, however, are not like that. Their bulbs burn out or need to go for some reason, costing you more money each time. That is a cost that adds up, but LED lights give you an escape. Since there is also no maintenance, that first initial cost is all you will pay for as long as you have it.

    This was the start of the Led Panel Light China. From that point each decade brought advances in the technology of light-emitting diodes. The use of different substrates brought brighter lights of different colors. The colors advanced from red to orange and on to pale green, then yellow and on to a brighter green. By the 1990s the use of Gallium Nitride helped usher in the era of blue LEDs. These blue lights became the basis for white light. The use of fluorescent phosphors helped change that blue light into high intensity white lights. Now LEDs can be found in almost every visible color of light.