LED diodes emit less light than traditional fluorescent or incandescent lamps, so several diodes are grouped together in a single light bulb to create a bright light. The light emitted by the diodes is also very accurate, so LED lamps use angled mirrors to refract light in different directions.
LED bulbs can replace most conventional light bulbs and offer the same features and the same or higher brightness. Dimmable LED lights are now available. You can also find the best color changing LED at Color Lighting by LIGMAN.
What are the advantages?
LED lighting uses less energy, saves you money on electricity bills, while providing a “greener” light source. Better for your wallet as well as the environment. In Times Square, New York, dancing colored light bulbs take to the sky to celebrate the start of each new year.
In 2007, light bulb creators switched from using traditional light bulbs to emerging LED technology. Not only do you save 90% of the previous year’s energy costs; but also the brightness is twice as high as a light bulb. On New Year’s Eve 2008 technology advanced rapidly and the ball doubled its brightness again.
LED lamps typically have a lifespan of 25 years and provide about 30,000 hours of light; much longer than other types of “energy efficient” light bulbs. Fluorescent lamps, for example, last an average of 5 years. This is especially important for large buildings and businesses, such as high-ceilinged and inaccessible warehouses, where light bulb replacement is time-consuming and expensive.