What is the difference between a GU10 halogen bulb and a GU10 LED bulb?
GU10 bulbs are designed for use in spot and ceiling luminaires. The main difference is that the obsolete halogen lamp, which is commonly used in our homes (GU10 / 50W), converts about 90% of electricity consumed into heat and only 10% into light, while the latter uses advanced so-called cold-LED lighting technology. The GU10 50W LED is not required to replace the GU10 50W halogen. Instead, a 5W LED bulb produces roughly similar light output.
In the kitchen you have 10 pieces of lighting fixtures with 50W GU10 bulbs placed in the ceiling, which makes a consumption of 500W. By replacing halogen bulbs - LED, the consumption is reduced to 50W. LED fixtures can offer companies significant savings.
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