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What does LED stand for? The Complete Guide to LED Lighting for Absolute Beginners

August 14, 2019

What exactly is an LED and how does it work?

An LED is a two-lead light source that uses an electronic light-emitting semiconductor diode and electroluminescence to create visible light. When an electric current passes through one lead Anode and the other lead Cathode of the diode, recombination of electrons and electron holes within the diode produces a physical phenomenon called electroluminescence and releases energy in the form of light. This distinguished process of generating light makes LEDs superior to traditional lightings, such as regular incandescent, halogen or fluorescent bulbs.

 

Advantages of LED Lighting (Small lights with Tremendous Potential)

LED lighting carries various obvious benefits, compared with traditional illuminating devices, include:

Extended Lifespan

Longer lifetime features the most significant benefit of LED lighting when compared to traditional lighting options. The average lifespan of quality LED bulbs and diodes is up to 75,000 operating hours or even more. That is up to 25 years of operation if a LED is on for 8 hours per day. That is 2 or 3 times longer than fluorescent bulbs and 40 times longer than incandescent lamps.

 

 

Energy Efficiency
Because of LED lighting’s efficient way of generating light, LEDs generally consume approximately 50 percent fewer amounts of power than traditional lighting alternatives. The long operational lifespan of LEDs results in substantial maintenance and energy cost savings.
 
 
Ecologically Friendly & Environmentally Safe
Because LEDs do not contain toxic materials like mercury, there are much less environmental issues on disposal and recycle of the bulbs than traditional lighting. In addition, LEDs are less prone to accidental fire or burn by using heat sinking to absorb the heat so that LEDs are also much “safer” than traditional bulbs. Last but not least, LED illumination produces almost no UV emissions and barely little-infrared light. As a result, LEDs are perfect options for illumination of UV-sensitive objects or materials.
 
All in all, LEDs are the most efficient and eco-friendly illumination for every lighting-related application. LEDs are simply the first optimum solution of residential and commercial property. No matter you are looking for more information on LEDs, are considering alternative lighting solutions or saving both the planet and your utility bills, please feel free to visit www.GLLEDLLC.com or contact us for more! We can help!
 

 

 

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