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LED (Light Emitting Diode)
LED (Light Emitting Diode) is a semiconductor light emitting showing a significantly longer life and lower power consumption than conventional incandescent lamps.
The advantages of LED-technology over conventional incandescent lamps are in their lower energy consumption, lower response time, less installation space and longer life (the life of the car). LEDs are made of high-quality semiconductor materials and are sorted according to their optical and electrical parameters.
LED is widely used for illumination of advertising structures, light volumes, ceilings, floors, furniture, hotel complexes (hidden lighting and freckles), offices and enterprises (halls, park lighting).
Comparison of lighting:
Types Power Durability Features
Incandescent bulb 40-100W 1000 hours It produces more heat and consume more power, very little life. Contain poisonous gases that are part of air emissions.
Halogen bulb 25-55W 2000 hours Very demanding with fewer hours of work.
Energy Light Bulb 11-25W 8000 hours Contains phosphor (harmful to health) consume large power, there is little life.
Luminescent lamp 18-36W 7500 hours Small endurance (from 100 to 200 hours)
LED 1-20W 50-70000 hours (13-19years) Works on low voltage (not heated) significantly healthier, contain no harmful gases have a 3-times lower power consumption and electricity generated, have a long life.
The advantages of LED lighting are:
LED lighting does not emit ultraviolet radiation such as fluorescent tubes or infrared rays, as with incandescent lamps. Moreover, LED's are environmentally friendly, as for example halogen lamps contain mercury. With LED produces small, compact and easy to install lighting suitable for the popular and more economical discreet lighting. LEDs are significantly more resistant to shocks and vibrations, their life exceeds 50,000 hours, which means that significantly more durable and more economical.