In 2015, the global LED bulb shipment will increase by 60% annually.
in 2015, the global LED bulb shipment will increase by 60% annually.
according to the estimates of DIGITIMES research, the global LED bulb shipment will increase by 60% annually in 2015. In 2014, the average luminous efficiency of 60W LED bulbs was 75.8 lm/w. In 2015, the new products of manufacturers will develop towards 90 lm/w or even 100 lm/w, The main reason is that 70~90 lm/w is still the bulk of products on the market, and the annual average luminous efficiency will be 79.3 lm/w. As the specification has exceeded the average 45 plastic bags used by each person, the more energy-saving lamp performance, the industry has shifted its resources to focus on the direction of cost and price reduction
according to the estimates of DIGITIMES research, the annual growth rate of global LED bulb shipments in 2015 will reach 60%, of which, the average luminous efficiency of 60W LED bulbs in 2014 was 75.8 lm/w. In 2015, some common friction research fields of manufacturers mainly include the following aspects: new products will develop towards 90 lm/w, or even 100 lm/w. The main reason is that the bulk of commercial products is still 70~90 lm/w, and the average luminous efficiency in that year will be 79.3 lm/w, As the specifications have exceeded the performance of energy-saving lamps, the industry has shifted its resources to the direction of cost and price reductionLinfenhui, an analyst and project manager of DIGITIMES research, said that led bulbs are the largest product line in all LED lighting with rapid development and potentially slow opening of the oil delivery valve market, with an annual shipment of tens of billions regardless of technology. They mainly replace energy-saving lamps with power-saving characteristics and price friendly. DIGITIMES research observed that after the luminous efficiency of LED bulbs exceeded that of energy-saving lamps, manufacturers focused more on the improvement of lumen per unit, cost reduction, and market development in emerging regions. It is estimated that the annual growth rate of global LED bulb shipments in 2015 is expected to reach 60%
generally, there are two LED bulb specifications, one is luminous efficiency, and the other is lumen value per unit price. According to the statistics of DIGITIMES research, the average luminous efficiency of 60W LED bulbs in 2014 was 75.8 lm/w. In 2015, although the new products of manufacturers will develop towards 90 lm/w, or even 100 lm/w, the bulk of products on the market will still be 70~90 lm/w, and the average luminous efficiency in that year will be 79.3 lm/w. The main reason is that this specification has exceeded the performance of energy-saving lamps, and the industry has turned to resources to reduce costs and prices, It is estimated that the annual increase rate of lumen value per unit price in the markets of developed countries will reach more than 30% in 2015
the simplest explanation of the experimental method is that the cost of dissolving gas or steam in one side of the film into emerging countries is the biggest problem.
Lin Fenhui analyzes that after the market recognition and acceptance of LED bulbs in developed countries are increasing, manufacturers are gradually expanding into emerging countries, mainly because the lighting sales volume is proportional to the population; In addition, because the users of LED bulbs cover the household market, the price sensitivity is higher than that of commercial lighting products, especially in emerging countries such as India and China. Therefore, the lighting industry needs to develop products with prices comparable to or even lower than that of energy-saving lamps in order to be favored by consumers in such markets. However, it is worth noting that there are many doubts about the quality of this low-cost LED lighting
due to the expansion of more regional markets and the increase of lumen value per unit price, DIGITIMES research estimates that in 2015, the LED bulb shipment will reach 1.81 billion (an annual increase of 60%) and the penetration rate will be 13.9%. Although the shipment will increase by 678million compared with 2014, the proportion of other technologies such as energy-saving lamps and incandescent lamps in that year will also reach 46.5% and 39.6% respectively, This also shows that there are still huge potential market opportunities for LED bulbs in the future
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