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Want a Solar powered Motion security light? We’ve found just the thing!
Wednesday, 3 May, 2017 – 19:01 | Comments Off on Want a Solar powered Motion security light? We’ve found just the thing!
Want a Solar powered Motion security light? We’ve found just the thing!

Solar powered Motion security light 1000 lumens
When choosing a solar powered security light, the main problem is choice.
There are too many products on the market all promising great deals and performance.

Bass Buds Fashion Collection – Review
Monday, 3 Jun, 2013 – 14:23 | Comments Off on Bass Buds Fashion Collection – Review
Bass Buds Fashion Collection – Review

Mr Green discovers a love of BassBuds…

Cellink U Drive power backup and more
Tuesday, 13 Mar, 2012 – 8:52 | Comments Off on Cellink U Drive power backup and more

Summary
The Cellink U supports cell/smart phones and other micro-USB products as GPS, Bluetooth, MP3 etc.

How can you get the full 43.3p/kWh rate for solar?
Saturday, 5 Nov, 2011 – 17:08 | 3 Comments
How can you get the full 43.3p/kWh rate for solar?

For several years people with solar panels on their home have benefited from 43.3 pence per kwh generated for 25 years, plus savings on their electricity bill. However, the Government have just dropped the FIT to 21 pence, with effect from 12 December 2011. What does this mean for the future of solar?

Quanta LEDs with a twist of decor
Saturday, 7 Nov, 2009 – 7:00 | One Comment
Quanta LEDs with a twist of decor

In our review about the Quanta 18 LED from Eternaleds, I talked about a little trick to improve the light distribution and dispersion. LEDs are not especially good at being a general room light, as …

LED review: best 100 watt alternative from EternaLEDS
Tuesday, 20 Oct, 2009 – 8:15 | 13 Comments
LED review: best 100 watt alternative from EternaLEDS

The Quanta PAR38 LED from Eternaleds runs off just 18 watts of mains electricity, and outputs light equivalent to a 100 watt incandescent light bulb. The quanta PAR38 is a simple screw in retrofit unit …

LED colour quality, CRI and binning.
Saturday, 29 Aug, 2009 – 13:11 | 14 Comments
LED colour quality, CRI and binning.

One main criticism of LEDs used for room and space lighting is that the colour or hue of the light appears cold and harsh. Some LEDs appear as tiny, brilliant lights that are too bright …

What’s the point of LED lighting?
Saturday, 22 Aug, 2009 – 20:07 | Comments Off on What’s the point of LED lighting?
What’s the point of LED lighting?

Light Emitting diodes (LEDs) are not a new invention. The LED was first invented in Russia in the 1920s, and introduced in America as a practical electronic component in 1962. Oleg Vladimirovich Losev was a …

LED lighting can be off the grid and FREE
Thursday, 20 Aug, 2009 – 11:04 | 7 Comments
LED lighting can be off the grid and FREE

After my article yesterday on LEDs a new generation of lighting I had a nice email from Jeff at EternaLeds.com Jeff Detailed how his company had progressed through similar issues of low powered LEDs with …

LEDs, a new generation of lighting
Wednesday, 19 Aug, 2009 – 7:47 | 4 Comments
LEDs, a new generation of lighting

Light emitting diodes (LEDs) lead a new and exciting era of modern ecological lighting. They have been evolving over the last decade and are now maturing into a viable economic alternative to the incandescent …