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light-bulb-regular        L.E.D. Lights

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Consumes ~1/10 the power of Regular Light Bulbs

Lasts 20 to 50 times longer than Regular Light Bulbs

Broad Spectrum Light

Instant on at all temperatures

Durable break resistant

No mercury or other harmful chemicals


Standard Base Bulb

LED light bulb

5 Watt = 40 Watt Incandescent (300 Lm)

7 Watt = 60 Watt Incandescent (450 Lm)

10 Watt = 100 Watt Incandescent (900 Lm)

GU10 Base

120 Volt


Available in 3 Watt and 5 Watt

30, 45 or 60 Beam Angle

MR16 Base

12 Volt


Available in 3 Watt and 5 Watt

30, 45 or 60 Beam Angle

PAR30 or PAR38

11 Watt or 18 Watt

20 or 48 Beam Angle

Flood Lights or

High Bay Lights

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10 to 120 Watt available

110 Volt or 12 Volt

Rope Light


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Available in many colours

110 Volt or 12 Volt versions

T12 or T8 Tube Light

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4 Ft 18 Watt

No Ballast Required

No Hum or Flicker

 * Lights are subject to change and availablity.

 Why Use LED Lights?

If you have been thinking of installing Solar Electric Panels or that they are a good way to save money on energy, I want you to rethink how to save on your electrical bill.  If you were to install a 2 Kilowatt solar electric system you on your house, the usual cost is ~$5.00 per watt.  If you used your normal 60 Watt bulb, you would have to pay $300 for solar equipment to light that one bulb.  If you were to invest $30 into a 7 Watt LED light, you would only need to spend $35 on solar equipment to light it.  This brings the total cost for free light to $65 versus $300 plus the cost of all the replacement bulbs to meet the live expectancy of the LED.  That is a saving of over $235.

The other way to look at it is, that the 60 watts of solar panel could light 9 LED lights instead of one 60 watt bulb.

Now consider that the LED will work at saving you money every time you use it.  The sun light (time of day) or wind have no effect on the money you will be saving.  You also don't have to worry that there is no wind today or that it is a cloudy day, so the solar equipment is not performing as well as they could.  No worries about trees blocking the sun light either.  You just save money every time you use your LED light.

Residential installation is very easy also, so you don't have to hire an electrician to come and install the bulb like you would have to if you were to purchase a solar panel system.

The life span is also a major benefit.  How many bulbs do you have in your house that you have to get a ladder to change them?  I am especially talking about that light in the stairway to the basement.  How about if you are confided to a wheel chair.  Each time you have to change 1 LED light, you would need to replace a normal bulb up to 50 times. Wouldn't that be less inconvenient!

LED lights also get to full brightness in nanoseconds.  Not like Compact Florescent Lights (CFLs) which always take time to warm up.  Our cold Saskatchewan winters don't prevent the LED lights from displaying their full brightness either.

For your information, here is a link to the proper procedures to follow in case you have a CFL light in your house and it gets broken.

The short version is that you need to open the windows for 15 minutes and evacuate the room.

Do Not throw away you CFL lights.  Click on this link to learn why.

Each CFL bulb contains enough mercury to contaminate up to 6,000 gallons of water beyond what is safe to drink.

LED lights can easily be recycled.  If your LED light purchased from Suncacp Energy burns out, return it to us for a credit towards a new replacement.

By the way, did you know the incandescent bulbs will be ban from sale in 2012.  Here is a link for you to read. 

Do the right thing for the environment and call Suncap Energy to get your LED lights today.