LED Lighting

LED (Light Emitting Diode) lamp (also called LED bar or Illuminator) is a type of solid state lighting (SSL) that uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) as the source of light. They usually comprise clusters of LEDs in a suitable housing. They come in different shapes, including the standard light bulb shape with a large E27 Edison screw and MR16 shape with a bi-pin base. Other models might have a small Edison E14 fitting, GU5.3 (Bipin cap) or GU10 (bayonet socket).This includes low voltage (typically 12 V halogen-like) varieties and replacements for regular AC (e.g. 120 or 240 VAC) lighting. Currently the latter are less widely available but this is changing rapidly.

SSL/LEDs LEDs come in multiple colors, which are produced without the need for filters. A white SSL can comprise a single high-power LED, multiple white LEDs, or LEDs of different colors mixed to produce white light. Advantages include:

- High efficiency - LEDs are now available that reliably offer over 100 lumens from a one-watt device, or much higher outputs at higher drive currents
- Small size - provides design flexibility, arranged in rows, rings, clusters, or individual points
- High durability - no filament or tube to break
- Life span - in properly engineered lamps, LEDs can last 50,000 - 60,000 hours
- Full dimmability – unlike fluorescent lamps, LEDs can be dimmed using pulse-width modulation (PWM - turning the light on and off very quickly at varying intervals). This also allows full color mixing in lamps with LEDs of different colors.
- Mercury-free - unlike fluorescent and most HID technologies, LEDs contain no hazardous mercury or halogen gases

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