LEDs are the most efficient lights in the market, they began to appear alongside incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs in home-goods stores and hardware. The working of the LEDs are quite a bit different from the standard bulbs.
What is LED?
In LED, the diode is an electrical component has two terminals that conduct electricity in a single direction. The diode emits a bright light around the small bulb, with an electrical current. Basically, diodes have been used in many technologies such as computers, radios, and televisions as an electrical component for conduction.
How do they Work?
An electrical current supplied to the diode excites the electrons within the diode, which in turn releases photons, which we see as light. The color of the light is a direct result of the energy gap in the semiconductor of the diode, which means, LEDs produce a spectrum of colors easily and brightly using little electricity to do so.
Importance of LED
LEDs are proven to be the most efficient bulbs available.
Energy Star-rated LEDs last 25 times longer and use at least 75% less energy than the traditional incandescent bulbs, according to a research.
LEDs have twice the lifespan of CFLs so they outdo CFL bulbs in efficiency.
LEDs are more efficient than both CFLs and incandescents because they emit light in a targeted direction, instead of scattering it in all directions.
LEDs don't emit great amounts of heat.
Incandescents and CFLs release most of their energy as heat while an LED don't.
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