Google has announced Android@home which includes a range of devices including light bulbs, dishwashers, thermostats and other electrical devices.
The idea is that you can then control your lighting and other home [...]
My Green Lighting are proud to present a leading Scandinavian company engaging in the design, development, and production of indoor and outdoor lighting – Nordlux. One of their key tasks is to help create a brighter and more colourful world.
They feature designs from leading designers:
Bønnelycke MDD: Bønnelycke is driven by [...]
Will energy efficient bulbs will save you money? Aren’t low energy bulbs really expensive? What are the facts?
The truth is that due to the price of energy, the amount of energy that halogen and incandescent bulbs use and their life-span, a low energy bulb will save you more money than you think.
If you [...]
So many LED GU10 bulbs, so little time – this is the challenge that people have faced when choosing an appropriate GU10 LED bulb, so we have created the Interactive LED GU10 bulb chart!
For year-round comfort and maximum energy savings, Westinghouse ceiling fans include a reversible switch that allows ceiling fans to be used during cool or warm weather.
During the summer months keep your home cool by running your ceiling fan counter clockwise to allow air circulation throughout the room. It’s no secret that ceiling fans are [...]
We are proud to announce that My Green Lighting is now an approved reseller of Searchlight Electric products. Searchlight was founded in 1945 and have been manufacturing quality lighting fittings ever since. They are now one of the largest lighting manufacturers in the [...]
We are talking about lamp caps. ‘Lamp caps’ are the part of a light bulb which makes the electrical connection with your light fitting.
These can often be described as BC (bayonet) or ES (Edison Screw developed by Thomas Edison), but in the case of screw-in bulbs there are quite [...]
Since we are often asked, here is a quick guide to the differences between halogen, cfl (compact fluorescent) and led spot (e.g. GU10) bulbs:
Halogen bulbs Halogen bulbs are cheaper to buy but much more expensive to run as they generally use either 35w or 50w per bulb, making them the most expensive over all. [...]
In many cases this was suitable as they have the same approx 36 degree beam angle as a halogen bulb giving a [...]
- Spot bulbs
- LED bulbs
- Candle bulbs
- Halogen capsules
- Round bulbs
- Fluorescent tubes
- Helix spiral bulbs
- Disc bulbs
- 2D bulbs
- PL bulbs
- Pygmy and other small bulbs
- Linear flood bulbs
- 3 pin bayonet bulbs (BC3)
- L1 bulbs
- Daylight bulbs
- Low energy dimmable bulbs
- Bulbs by connector - all screw cap (ES / E27)
- Bulbs by connector - all small screw cap (SES / E14)
- Bulbs by connector - all bayonet cap (BC / B22)
- Bulbs by connector - all small bayonet cap (SBC / B15)
- Double ended tubular bulbs
- Coloured bulbs
- Under cabinet lights - round, LED
- Under cabinet lights - round, fluorescent
- Under cabinet lights - LED strips
- Under cabinet lights - fluorescent strips
- Under cabinet lights - triangles and wedges
- Under cabinet lights - square
- Under cabinet lights - semi-flush
- Plinth lights
- Cornice lights
- Illuminated shelves
- Bedhead lights
- Snooker/pool lights