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I'm not sure that there was much debate about this with incandescent Christmas lights (or much of a choice for that matter) because the ability to change the incandescent bulbs was an absolute requirement because the lamps would not last very long. With the introduction of high-quality, long-lasting LED Christmas lights the ability to change the lamps became less of an issue. This is because a high quality LED light should last for about 50,000 hours. Because having the ability to change the bulbs became less of an important feature with LED holiday lights one of the major manufacturers...

May 1, 2008

Unlike traditional incandescent lighting technology, LED lights are not constantly on. That is, all LEDs flicker or turn on and off at a very high rate of speed. This is one of the reasons that they are so much more efficient, but it also can cause some undesirable effects in the appearance of the lights. Currently, there are two different types of LED Christmas tree lights on the market: 1) full wave; and 2) half wave.

April 23, 2008

Our Earth Day event was a great success. Thank you to all who participated. We are pleased to announce that we were able to introduce nearly 100 people to LED Christmas lights for free. All free Christmas lights that were won through our give-away will be shipped to the winning participants by the end of this month.

Last year Christmas lights using energy efficient light emitting diodes or LEDs were all over the news. The new holiday lighting technology hit the market at a time when the green movement was experiencing renewed dedication and vigor. After the holiday craze for the new Christmas tree lights subsided, consumers and industry critics began evaluating the performance of the new technology.

March 30, 2008

I read an editorial this afternoon in the Barrie Examiner from Ontario, Candada entitled "Earth Hour Meaningless." I probably wouldn't have known about Earth Hour if Google hadn't decided to support it and turn it's home page black. Earth Hour was last night and willing participants were supposed to turn out the lights from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. top raise awareness of conservation and global climate change.

March 23, 2008

Anyone who has Googled Christmas lights has likely run across Komar.org. This is the ultimate interactive Christmas light display site. Alek, the mastermind behind this outrageous display, has it configured so it is entirely computer controlled and visitors to the site can actually control the Christmas lights on his house from the web. Pretty cool concept...

March 13, 2008

Green-blog.org is a multi-author blog site and forum that provides useful information and interesting discussion about environmental issues. The site is developing a strong and dedicated user base who provide lots of great content. The site just announced a tree planting and membership drive program.

March 9, 2008

It still surprises me that there are groups, forums, and organizations online for just about every possible type of interest one could imagine. Recently I was looking around for cool websites about holiday lighting displays and found a great site I hadn't come across before. ChristmasLightsCommunity.com is a national organization of people who share the hobby of Christmas light decorating.

March 5, 2008

LED Christmas lights are much more durable than standard incandescent Christmas lights. However, holiday lights using LEDs are still powered by electricity and therefore are equally susceptible to malfunction caused by moisture or water infiltration. Moisture and water infiltration is the most common source of failure in LED holiday lights. Obviously, this type of malfunction is most common on exterior installations. Thus, it is important to take certain steps to minimize the chances for water and moisture to infiltrate your light installation.