LED Piano Lights The tone of light that is emitted is reliant on the type of bulb that the lamp uses. Some models of piano lamps are designed to use LED lights rather than the standard incandescent. ... Also, while LED bulbs are more expensive than incandescent bulbs, they last much longer, so they save money in the long run.
We all know that LEDs are way better for the environment compared to their incandescent forefathers but that doesn’t mean you’ve been convinced to make the switch.
At the end of the day, LEDs extensively outlast incandescent bulbs since they experience more of a decline than a sudden burn out. Some LED can last you two decades with average use before they begin to dim.
The big picture: LED lighting converts 95% of energy consumed into light unlike incandescent bulbs which convert only 10 percent of the energy for light with the rest of that 90% of energy wasted as heat.
LEDs come in a range of light colors and temperatures. Every light bulb emits a color of light, what is known as the Correlated Color Temperature, which corresponds to a Kelvin (K) temperature scale. The lower the Kelvin number, the warmer and more yellow the light is. The higher the Kelvin number, the cooler and bluer the light.
Deciding which light color to put where is a personal preference. But if you’re a little lost, light color that’s “natural white” or “cool white” are great choices for general ambient light. They also work well for the kitchen. Bluer more natural light or “daylight” bulbs would be best suited for your bedside reading lamp.
While most LEDs are dimmable, the LED driver quality and LED driver compatibility with the control are two factors that determine true dimming performance. Not all LEDs are going to be compatible with your current dimmer switch, so be prepared for a little bit of trial and error. So while dimming is technically possible, be sure to double check that everything is going to be compatible and to your standards.