18th May 2018 | Industry news

What is an LED and why all the fuss?

First used as status and indicator lamps. Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are solid-state devices that convert electric energy directly into the light of a single colour. LEDs don’t waste energy in the form of non-light producing heat. In comparison, most of the energy in an incandescent lamp is in the infrared (or non-visible) portion of the spectrum. As a result, both fluorescent and HID lamps produce a great deal of heat. The Efficiency of LED, up to 90% energy savings

A standard string of incandescent lights 100w – LED 12watts. They can be integrated into a control system and are small in size and resistant to vibration and shock. They have a very fast “on-time” and have good colour resolution and present low, or no, electric shock hazard. You should let us show you how you can save time and energy.

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