Cree received four consumer reports citing incidents of overheating and melting involving their T8 LED lamps. Further research and testing showed problems stemming from electrical resistance between the spring contact and the printed circuit board causing electrical arching which can lead to overheating.
Worlds first universal LED T8 replacement
We have the only LED T8 fluorescent replacement bulb that works in EVERY fixture - guaranteed!
No ballast change. No starter removal. No electrician. No fires! (*cough* CREE *cough*)
I was initially very skeptical but after trying it out in several fixtures throughout the office I couldn’t believe it worked everywhere.Bill
The light output is practically identical! No one will even realize this is an LED.Patrick
These will save us thousands in [electrician] fees and recycling costs.Anthony
Learn how T8 LED technology can save your office or business thousands in electrician fees over the long haul with 6W T8-style LED lights.
Why do I need a LED T8 bulb? T8 fluorescent bulbs last approximately 6,000 hours and uses around 32W of power. Our T8 LED bulb lasts 50,000 hours and use around of power depending on the ballast. For an average brick and mortar store that means 15 years of service! Do the math 12 hours/day […]
Lighting is important. Whether you’re choosing light bulbs for your house or your entire business, it’s vital that you are informed as to which type of bulb is the best to use. Choosing the best bulb can save you a lot of hassle and most importantly, save you money. Most people choose fluorescent bulbs without […]
After establishing the minimum efficiency standards back in 2005, the U.S. Government has mandated even more stringent numbers starting July 2014. As a result of these requirements LED lights are being pushed to the forefront.
Due to government regulations on fluorescent lamps you are now expected to not only properly recycle your used, broken or unwanted fluorescent tubes but also replace your light fixtures to accommodate an LED equivalent.