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  • How to Change an LED Pool Light
    How to Change an LED Pool Light
    2019-09-16

    There are many sound reasons to choose LED pool light over halogen lighting. Some people have refused to the higher price of LED lighting, but those who decide to make the switch are making a long-term investment in a light that lasts longer. If the light does not have to be constantly replaced, there is a significant savings. Over time, the higher price of LED pool lights pays off.   In order to change the light, you will be removing the existing light. You’ll need to measure your existing light and get a similar size. It’s best to get one that is the same or slightly larger. Once you have the replacement light fixture, make sure the power to the pool is completely shut off. It is best to do this by shutting down the power at the circuit breaker. Take the pool light fixture off of the pool wall. You may find you have to do this by removing a screw at the top of the light. In some pools, the light is much lower in the water and will require you to actually get into the pool. Do not forget goggles if you do have to get in the pool and go underwater so that you can see the screw. The light fixture will be anchored into the niche with a long cord. The cord should be long enough to allow you to lay the light fixture on a clean towel or other soft material spread on the poolside. Pay careful attention to the way the cord is tucked into the niche or conduit because you will need to return it to that position once the light is switched. Sometimes it takes longer to figure out how to replace that cord than it does to replace the light. Take the light fixture apart. You may have to remove clips and screws on the outside of the light’s frame in order to get to the light. Then disconnect the cable. Some cables can be unscrewed from the terminals, others will need to be cut. Cut it as close to the light fitting as possible so you have maximum cable length. If you have a fiberglass pool, you should consult your local pool shop on how to mount the new light. Connect the new light to the existing cable. Place the light back into the water. Wait to see if any bubbles escape once the light is in the water. If air is coming from the outer edge of the light, it is not sealed properly. Remove the light from the water, dry it off, remove the screws and clips and reseal it. You may have to get back in the water to return the cord to its previous position behind the niche in the pool. Once the cord is in place, push the light fixture back against the wall or into the niche. Replace the screw at the top of the light to hold it in place. If you forget this screw, you may find yourself back in the water in hours or days repeating this step. Return to the circuit breaker and restore power to your new LED pool light. When you first turn the power back on, the LED light should go through its sequence of colors if it is working properly. LED pool lighting has become an industry standard. Apart from being energy efficient and economical, the lights have been known to be positive mood enhancers. 

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  • 4 Facts About LED Pool Lights
    4 Facts About LED Pool Lights
    2019-09-05

    LED Pool Light Very popular around the world, LED lights have taken over many people's homes because of their cost-effectiveness and several advantages. And it is no different in lighting for swimming pools! In addition to lighting indoors and outdoors, the LED can be very well used inside swimming pools as well.   Before purchasing an LED underwater light, it is important to understand what this technology is and why it is so advantageous. To do this, continue following below. LED: what is it? The LED light is present in almost every home, but you may not know it: one of its first uses was the red light that stays on televisions. This is a diode, an electronic component that carries the electric current only in a sense.   From red light the LED evolved into yellow, green and then blue - necessary to produce white light. Today, LED is found everywhere, from smart phone screens to, of course, pool lights.   LED Pool Light Facts LED  is more efficient than other lamps An LED light produces light energy with an efficiency of almost 95%. An incandescent light bulb, for example, converts only 5% of electrical energy into light, and the rest dissipates with heat. The light emitted by the LED also causes heat, but in a considerably smaller amount compared to ordinary lamps.   LED light bulbs hardly burn The LED has a useful life of about 20 to 50 thousand hours, while the other lights have only one thousand. After this time the pool LED lights lose up to 30% of the light intensity, but only risk a burn if there is overvoltage or temperature rise in the device.   Do not attract insects Mosquitoes and other insects are attracted to the infrared light that many of the ordinary light bulbs emit, but not the LED. This way, with the LED installed in the pool and outdoors, you can use it without discomfort or worry about the transmission of diseases caused by mosquitoes.   LEDs reduce energy cost LED pool lights not only have longer durability, but also require less energy to operate. It's more expensive than incandescent or fluorescent light bulbs, but the cost of the energy bill and the long-term maintenance and replacement is a real worth saving.   Interested? Then go to the Waking pool light website and check out the available LED pool light models!

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  • Lumens to Measure Pool Light Brightness
    Lumens to Measure Pool Light Brightness
    2019-08-26

    Soaring temperatures worldwide made this year the hottest ever, according to statistics from the Copernicus Climate change service. The average temperature in Europe was 2 degree Celsius higher than normal. And heat wave has continued to hit the continent. Some working place s or metros without air conditioners become a nightmare.   While whose home has a pool is awesome, its feel so cool when diving into water. When day is getting dark, whole family into pool, turn on LED pool lights,  fresh for body and mind. Pool lights can add wonderful factor and enhance pool’s visual appeal, even change your mood as the color changed.   You will get some benefit by installing LED underwater light in your pool. It not only enhances safety at night when you plan to go underwater, but also creates a great atmosphere. These lights can transfer an atmosphere in seconds, different colors making people feel cooler when soaking in the pool.   The below knowledge is important for you. Many people design the underwater lighting still based on watts per square foot or square meter. Watt rating for pool lights is nearly obsolete. This is an old method to calculate incandescent lights. However, LED is popular, and incandescent lights are old fashion.   Watt is a measure to calculate energy a light bulb uses. It has nothing to do with the actual brightness of light bulb. People tend to associate the brightness of a light bulb based on its wattage rating. When looking at halogen light, this method for comparing brightness is useful. When LED are concerned, this method is useless. The correct unit of measurement to use when measuring brightness is lumens. A lumen measures the amount of light that is emitted from a light source. The ultimate goal is to produce the most lumens with the least amount of energy(watts).   Many of the older swimming pool codes require 1.0 or even 0.5 watts/square foot of water surface area. Updated codes have taken the new aquatic trend of using LED-style lights into account, and have converted their measurement requirements to lumens/square foot. According to the Model Aquatic Health Code, “Underwater lighting, where provided, shall be not less than eight initial rated lumens per square foot of pool water surface area.” The location of underwater light fixtures in a commercial pool setting is vital to a safe and a visually-pleasing swimming pool. Depending on the shape and the intended use of the pool, a good general rule of thumb is to install light fixtures on opposing walls.  It is important to ensure all tripping hazards and pool egress/ingress locations are adequately illuminated. This includes things like stairs, recessed steps, ledges and any slope transitions. Additional fixtures may be needed for swimming pools with deep water. For safety concerns, it is imperative that the entire floor of the pool is easily visible from the deck. As fast as technology is progressing, it is important to stay up to speed on industry trends and Waking pool lighting has its own testing machines, which could test lights data, IES file for customers, so you can know better what kind of lights and effect you need. 

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  • Underwater Light Market Growing at 4.5% CAGR by 2024
    Underwater Light Market Growing at 4.5% CAGR by 2024
    2019-08-15

    The underwater lighting market is projected to grow from USD 279 million in 2019 to USD 348 million by 2024, at a CAGR of 4.5% from 2019 to 2024. The LED segment is predicted to lead the underwater lighting market from 2019 to 2024. The growth of this segment can be attributed to the increasing use of LEDs as a light source for underwater lighting. LEDs are semi-conductors that convert electricity to light through the movement of electrons. They have evolved as a major lighting technology as they are environmentally more beneficial than High-intensity Discharge/halogen lights in terms of power consumption, reliability, durability, and longevity. Moreover, LED underwater lights are also safe as they do not get heated and can easily be switched on/off without waiting for them to cool down. LEDs ensure energy saving as well as require less maintenance.  Major factors for the growth of the market are increasing demand for underwater lighting in swimming pools, use of underwater lights to attract fish during night fishing, and installation of underwater lights for aesthetic water-featured landscaping. Replacement of traditional lighting with LED underwater lighting acts as a major growth opportunity for the underwater lighting market. Major restraints for the market are high installation costs of energy-efficient LEDs, while high absorption of light underwater poses a major challenge for the growth of the market. Swimming pools are projected to be the largest application segment of the underwater lighting market during the forecast period. Ongoing urbanization and increasing disposable income of consumers and their requirement for improving lifestyle have resulted in the increasing construction of swimming pools in residential as well as commercial areas. This, in turn, has fueled the demand for swimming pool lights as it enhances the overall aesthetic value of architectural structures. According to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA) statistics, as of 2016, over 50% of the global population resided in urban areas and this number is expected to increase during the forecast period, accordingly leading to an increasing construction of swimming pools and hence, increasing demand for underwater lighting. Asia Pacific is expected to be the largest market for underwater lighting during the forecast period. Over the past two decades, economies of Asia Pacific such as China, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand have flourished resulting in a dynamic change in the standard of living of consumers in these countries. Rapid construction of residential as well as commercial spaces and growth of the tourism sector of these countries have led to an increasing demand for LED pool lights in Asia Pacific. The scope for the growth of these economies and estimated heavy infrastructure investments are expected to lead to the growth of the Underwater Lighting Market in Asia Pacific.

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  • The LED Pool Bulb
    The LED Pool Bulb
    2019-08-05

    The installation of a swimming pool in the heart of the garden is generally thought of in every detail: it must simply be perfect, and it is necessary to activate summer nights to enjoy it.   The market for pool projectors has now been extended to LED technology, so that the lighting of your pool becomes economical, ecological and sustainable.   PAR56 replacement bulbs, whose protection rating is IP68, guarantees that your projector is completely protected against water. Equipped with a very thick and very solid protective glass, these projectors are more likely once they are located in the structure of your pool. The jewel of the pool lights is wide enough to allow your creativity to decide the light of your pool. However, it should be noted that, for optimal lighting, it is good to install a projector for approximately 25m of water. Now you have to do the calculation according to your own installation.   The projectors are available in 18W(pool LED reflector), 25W (blue LED pool bulb) or 35W: the difference lies in the power of the diffused light. The 18W projectors are composed of 252 LEDs, while the 35W projectors contain 441. The more powerful your projector is, the more intense the light will be. You can also choose the color of your water. LED pool lights for single-color swimming pools are available in red, green, blue or yellow. The colored light will necessarily have a double impact on your water: one will be practical, since the lighting will allow you to see it comfortably even for the midnight bath. The other will be decorative, since not everyone bathes in a green water without realizing it that the pool has, therefore, a different aspect.   For purists, pool lighting is also available in cold white: it will simply illuminate your pool and display it as it is during the day.   Finally, the technicians who developed these LED group projectors also thought of the multicolored version with the multicolored group LED underwater light, which can be controlled remotely by a remote control. With this type of projectors, all moods will find their light. Almost all configurations are possible to combine every day of the summer. Multiple lighting possibilities LED bulbs are often used to set the mood for pool lighting. In fact, they can be designed with electroluminescent diodes of different colors. From red to blue to green, you have a choice.   It is the same for places in the pool intended only to color the water, which is especially good at night. For example, there are RGB group projectors with a remote control to change their tone.

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