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In many ways, buying LED bulbs is the same as buying traditional light bulbs because they both offer the same bases and caps and are available in similar shapes and colours. But while there is a lot of overlap between LEDs and traditional bulbs, there are also a few key differences you should keep in mind when you’re deciding what LED lights to buy, such as: 1. Your light fixture’s base type 2. Bulb shape and beam angle 3. Brightness 4. Colour temperature 5. Bulb placement Let’s take a closer look at how to buy LED bulbs: 1. Base Type
Anything that produces light has a beam angle. A beam angle, sometimes referred to as “beam spread”, measures how light is distributed from the source of illumination onto a target area. The beam angle specifically refers to any light that falls within 50% of the maximum intensity the bulb is capable of producing. Any light outside of this angle is referred to as the “beam field” or “spill light”, which extends until the light has decreased to 10% of the maximum intensity. Regardless of the size of the beam angle you select, it is only the intensity of the beam