The superior spectrum of Omita’s Anew Lamp closely replicates natural sunlight, offering a balanced light composition that minimizes the potential for eye strain, fatigue, and headaches often linked to LED lighting, which typically emits a higher amount of invisible blue light than incandescent sources.
Incandescent lamps are beloved for their soft and warm glow, cherished by many. But, as of August 1, 2023, new government regulations come into play.
Under these regulations set by the US Department of Energy, light bulbs are required to produce a minimum of 45 lumens per watt. Unfortunately, most general service incandescent lamps fall short of this standard, making them ineligible for sale in stores.
These regulations also address other drawbacks of incandescents, including their short 1,000-hour average life and their tendency to produce excessive heat. As we bid farewell to the incandescent era, it’s time to embrace more energy-efficient lighting options.
Post time: Oct-21-2023