9 January 2015 Comparative and quantitative analysis of white light-emitting diodes and other lamps used for home illumination
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We compared the photometric and radiometric quantities in the visible, ultraviolet, and infrared spectra of white light-emitting diodes (LEDs), incandescent light bulbs and a compact fluorescent lamp used for home illumination. The color-rendering index and efficiency-related quantities were also used as auxiliary tools in this comparison. LEDs have a better performance in all aspects except for the color-rendering index, which is better with an incandescent light bulb. Compact fluorescent lamps presented results that, to our knowledge, do not justify their substitution for the incandescent light bulb. The main contribution of this work is an approach based on fundamental quantities to evaluate LEDs and other light sources.
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Rero Marques Rubinger, Rero Marques Rubinger, Edna Raimunda da Silva, Edna Raimunda da Silva, Daniel Zaroni Pinto, Daniel Zaroni Pinto, Carla Patrícia Lacerda Rubinger, Carla Patrícia Lacerda Rubinger, Adhimar Flávio Oliveira, Adhimar Flávio Oliveira, Edson C. Bortoni, Edson C. Bortoni, } "Comparative and quantitative analysis of white light-emitting diodes and other lamps used for home illumination," Optical Engineering 54(1), 014104 (9 January 2015). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.54.1.014104 . Submission:
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