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LED Lighting PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 June 2010 06:02
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Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) have been used for fifty years. However, they are just trivializing residential purposes.

How LED lighting work
LED lighting is considered low voltage lighting. Because LEDs direct light in a sense, they need about one third of volts less than fluorescent lamps to achieve the same effect. LEDs are very small, and are usually grouped together for more than the lighting of the dial of a watch, for example. They are attached to a driver that can be compared to the ballast is necessary for fluorescent lighting.


Benefits of LED lighting
High-power LEDs produce twice the amount of lighting efficiency than fluorescent lamps and produce a higher percentage of light. LED lighting is especially ideal for track lighting, reading lights, and searchlights as they all require light in a specific direction. LED lighting is much more efficient than other types of lighting as an LED bulb has a life expectancy of about 30,000 hours, saving money on replacement bulbs.

LED lighting provides an immediate safety because they illuminate immediately in bright lighting. They are considered safer than other forms of lighting because they operate at a lower temperature and is waterproof for outdoor applications.

LED lighting is excellent for lighting and spot valuation of art as it does not emit ultraviolet rays. It also performs very well in extreme temperatures.

 
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