In the energy-saving era, energy-saving lamps are your first choice when choosing a light source
Energy-saving lamps, also known as energy-saving bulbs, electronic bulbs, compact fluorescent lamps (CFL lamps) or integrated fluorescent lamps. The official name of the energy-saving lamp is "rare-earth three-color compact fluorescent lamp", which was born in the Netherlands in the 1970s in the Philips company of the Netherlands. On the premise of achieving the same light energy output, energy-saving lamps only need to consume 1/5 to 1/4 of the electricity consumption of ordinary incandescent lamps. Energy-saving lamps have a variety of shapes, mainly U-shaped tubes, spiral tubes, straight tubes, and lotus-shaped, plum-shaped, bergamot and other special-shaped lamps. Therefore, from the appearance, energy-saving lamps are divided into two types: straight and special.