Giving back to our community and the environment is something Sunco Lighting and our employees value. We are happy to introduce "Sunco Cares", our new initiative devoted to ensuring we do business in a sustainable world. Conserve Energy & Help Us Promote a Sustainable Future. Sunco makes periodic charitable donations to worthy conservation organizations.
Trees for the Future: Planting Trees Changes Lives. Mission: To improve the livelihoods of impoverished farmers by revitalizing degraded lands. Forest gardens are far more beneficial than conventional agriculture.
Supporting these communities - across six countries in Sub-Saharan Africa - provides a big impact to families so they can grow and manage Forest Gardens. Trees for the Future identifies a group of farmers - around 300 families at a time - who have both a need and a high likelihood of success. Trees for the Future then empowers these communities to succeed through the use of trees to protect, diversify, and eventually optimize their crop land. The farmers provide the land, labor and water, along with entrepreneurial determination, all while inspiring a sense of community ownership.
City Plants: Grow a Greener Los Angeles. Mission: To grow a greener future for Los Angeles by engaging Angelenos to plant and care for trees throughout the city. City Plants partners with multiple non-profit organizations to plant shade trees throughout L. To promote green jobs and advocate for a sustainable Los Angeles.
City Plants delivers up to seven water-efficient Yard Trees straight to your door for private property or they will plant the trees for you in the public parkway (between the sidewalk and the street) for homes, businesses, apartments, or schools who qualify for their program. Planting trees benefits your energy efficiency. If planted to the west and east of a building, trees will provide shade during the hottest parts of the day. That cools the building and lessens the need for air conditioning. Trees are also a great investment as they become more effective at saving energy with age.
Using less energy as individuals can help reduce the need to generate energy, which helps combat climate change. If enough people reduce their energy intake, the savings add up.
Watts measure energy usage or how much energy is consumed. The standard in previous years was to shop for lights using their wattage. Example: a 60W bulb consumes 60 watts of energy. Remember that watts do not reflect the brightness of a light. If you want to measure the brightness of a specific bulb, look at the Lumen output.
LEDs provide more light (lumens) while using less energy (watts). This energy conservation is noticeable when you compare a Sunco BR30 LED bulb with 11W of power consumed vs. An equivalent 65W Halogen lamp. LEDs consume fewer watts than an equivalent incandescent bulb.
That is why LEDs include details about wattage equivalency. It allows you to compare more power efficient LED lights against an incandescent bulb. How well a bulb converts watts (energy) into lumens (light brightness) is called luminous efficacy, which is sometimes just referred to as efficacy.In general, an LED produces 60 lumens (lm) per watt. Check out the technical specs on individual products on this site for precise measurements of each Sunco LED bulb. Lumens refers the amount of brightness a bulb emits or its output; lumens is a measurement of the quantity of visible light emitted from a single bulb. Lumens are a way we can express how lights of equal power, but different wavelengths, are not as bright. You will see lumens in technical specs with the letters "lm" after a series of numbers.
Fewer lumens means a dimmer light is emitted. The higher the number, the brighter the bulb. The more lumens, the brighter the light produced. Watts measure energy usage, rather than brightness. Color Rendering Index (CRI) is shown on a scale of 0-100.
CRI indicates the faithful reproduction of an object's color when under that light source versus when viewed under a natural light source. In this measurement, 100 is shown as the closest to natural or sunlight quality. LED light bulbs in the CRI 80 - CRI 89 range produce an accurate color rendering and are considered good. LED lights in the CRI 90+ range are considered to have an excellent color rendering ability. In contrast, fluorescent bulbs produce an unnatural light quality and range in low numbers on the CRI scale.
Sunco products usually run from CRI 80 - CRI 95. In addition to accurate color, high CRI also makes the textures of an item stand out. This means LEDs are the ideal answer for indoor light that needs to represent both accurate color and clear definition.
Light them in the high CRI range to ensure accurate representation of the product's color and texture. Think about what your clothes look like in a retail dressing room or a retail display area versus wearing those same clothes outside in sunlight. Also, consider how food can appear in your kitchen prep area or a dining room or on a candlelit table, versus serving that same plate in outside natural daylight. What you are seeing is the representation of CRI and color temperature (on the Kelvin scale) in your everyday life.
Kelvin & Color Temperature Absolute color temperature is measured in degrees of Kelvin (K) on a scale from 1,000 to 10,000. This measurement allows you to describe the quality of a light. Typically, in commercial and residential lighting applications, Kelvin temperatures fall somewhere on a scale from 2000K to 6500K. When you want a specific look and feel in a room, choose the color temperature that best suits your project's needs.The lower the temperature, the warmer the look; the higher the temperature, the cooler the look. You may see the term Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) used when discussing light or while referencing technical specs. This is a way to measure a light's appearance in the warmth or coolness of the light emitted. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. Items with obvious signs of use. Any item not in its original condition is damaged or missing parts for reasons not due to our error. Please confirm details with our Customer Service Team. We only replace items if they are defective or damaged. Sunco 1 Pack LED Shop Light 40W (260W) 5000K Daylight 4500 lm Clear Lens.
Sunco 2 Pack LED Shop Light 40W (260W) 5000K Daylight 4500 lm Clear Lens. SUNCO 16 PACK G25 LED LIGHT BULB VANITY 6W (40W) 450 LUMEN 4000K COOL DIMMABLE. SUNCO 8 PACK 4-INCH NEW CONSTRUCTION CAN AIR TIGHT IC HOUSING RECESSED LED LIGHT. This listing is currently undergoing maintenance, we apologise for any inconvenience caused. The item "Sunco 10 Pack LED Shop Light 40W (260W) 5000K Daylight 4500 lm Clear Lens" is in sale since Thursday, April 12, 2018.This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Lamps, Lighting & Ceiling Fans\Chandeliers & Ceiling Fixtures". The seller is "suncolighting" and is located in Valencia, California.
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