The Energy Saver Lights Brand Is Synonymous With Saving Energy

As, ESL lighting products are of the highest quality they are thus, comparable with the well known brands such as GE compact fluorescents, Sylvania light bulbs and Phillips fluorescents.

As a company sworn to the creation of energy efficient Lighting products, ESL is helping the world transition to illumination solutions that will help the world over save energy and reduce energy cost. Below is information that may help you in selecting our lighting products:

Base: End of the light bulb that inserts into the lamp socket.

Candelabra Base: A small screw base typically used in small or decorative fixtures such as nightlights and chandeliers.

Base: End of the light bulb that inserts into the lamp socket.

Correlated Color Temperature (CCT): A description of the "color" of a light source measured by the Kelvin (K) temperature scale.

Color Rendering Index (CRI): A description of the "color" of a light source measured by the Kelvin (K) temperature scale.

Index (CRI): STAR criteria require a CRI of at least 80 for qualified CFLs. Incandescent light bulbs have a CRI of 100; commercial linear fluorescent tubes typically have a CRI around 75.

Efficacy: A description of the efficiency of a light source, as measured in light produced (lumens) per unit of power consumed (watts). ENERGY STAR efficacy requirements vary with the style of CFL (bare spiral, covered reflector, etc.) and wattage, but are generally 3-4 times higher than comparable incandescent light bulbs.

Kelvin (K): In lighting, the Kelvin scale is used to describe the color of light.

Lumen: Measure of light.

Watts: Measure of power, or energy consumed per unit of time.

CFL to Incandescent equivalency information

Incandescent Bulbs
(watts)
Minimum
Light Output
(lumens)
ESL
ENERGY STAR
Qualified Light Bulbs,
(watts)
40 450 9 to 13
60 800 13 to 15
75 1,100 18 to 25
100 1,600 23 to 30
150 2,600 30 to 52