5 Advantages of LED Lightboxes
Lightboxes provide a vibrant way of displaying your business visuals, so that they really catch the eye of your customers. characterize any image: a glossy advertising photograph of your latest product, an announcement of current special offers, a menu to entice passers-by outside a restaurant. Effectively a lightbox is graphic of any size that is backlit and encased in a unit. Because it is backlit it creates a visually dynamic effect which can be used already in low ambient lighting, to stand out clearly and glow appealingly.
With recent advances in LED technology, LED lightboxes are becoming more and more popular and have several meaningful advantages over the standard ones that use fluorescent lighting:
1. strength saving
LED lighting is extremely energy-efficient, using a fraction of the electricity of fluorescent lighting. This is an especially important concern with lightboxes, which are generally switched on for long periods of time, if not 24/7. This reduces the running costs of the light box considerably.
2. Long lasting
While fluorescent lighting has an estimated life-span of ten to fifteen thousand hours, LEDs last for an impressive thirty five to fifty thousand hours. This method that an LED lightbox can run for far longer than a fluorescent one without any need for maintenance and with no additional costs of substitute bulbs or tubes.
3. Carbon Footprint
In the current climate that expects businesses to look to their carbon footprint, reducing energy use is just one more step on the road to carbon neutral. LED lighting is ideal to use in conjunction with solar strength so would be the perfect choice if you are aiming for a totally green business.
4. Slim line
Because LED light units are physically very small, the lightboxes can be equally slim, taking up less space and looking more elegant. This makes them appropriate for use as decorative art displays in addition as for advertising purposes.
Broken fluorescent tubes are a major health danger, containing mercury among other heavy metals. They are problematic to dispose of safely too, without contaminating the ecosystem. While lightboxes are less inclined to breakages than household fluorescent tubes and CFLs, as there is a substantial outer casing enclosing the light fittings, if safety or environmental pollution is a concern, choose LEDs instead. Not only do they last a whole lot longer, reducing the waste disposal load, but they are also a substantial state light fitting, so are much tougher and less inclined to breakage than glass-encased light bulbs or tubes.