A Study of LED Product Performance Analysis for Architectural Space-A Case study on Fabrication Office Space
|關鍵字:||發光二極體;廠房辦公空間;再生能源;Light Emitting Diode;Fabrication Office Space;Renewable Energy|
Following fast-paced growth and technological advancements in the LED industry, the efficiency of LED lighting today is far superior to the energy use of current florescent lighting. Because LEDs possess power saving, low pollution, and high efficiency characteristics, it has become a lighting technology with significant potential. Based on these developments, this research will examine the relationship between consumer behavior and product innovation by compiling recognized domestic and overseas literature to discuss the complexity, compatibility, relative superiority, and cost information that represent the major objectives in considering the use of LED lamps in buildings. This study will also use these objectives, through case studies, as a basis for accurately evaluating the benefits of LED product applications in high tech manufacturing spaces to provide insight on related future applications. In the section on evaluating the benefits of case studies, this research will use common T8 lamps as a contrast group while using a variety of LED lamp test groups to carry out benefit comparisons. A survey of test results finds that LED lamp prices and luminous efficacy are still unable to compete with T8 lamps. Heat problems in LED lamps, which curtail LED lifespan, have yet to be overcome. This study suggests that in high tech manufacturing spaces, partial use of LED lighting can be used; in larger office areas, however, the luminous efficacy and lifespan of LED lamps must surpass that of T8 lamps before comprehensive adoption of LED lamps can begin.
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