LED Lamps And Their Advantages

LED lamps have become more and more commonplace and, at this rate, they will soon become a reality everywhere. In addition to being much more durable, an LED lamp can consume up to 87% less than incandescent lamps, making this product a great help when it comes to saving money and preserving the environment. LEDs, or light-emitting diodes, have been known for over half a century and have been used in countless simple applications such as luminous displays. However, from the recent technological innovations, it started a new era in the lighting industry, in which lamps/luminaires become electronic products that can add new functionalities and services. 

Among the main advantages of the technology, energy efficiency, cost savings, dynamic adjustment (dimming), safety, lifetime, environmental protection and variety stand out. 

LED lamps provide several benefits, starting with their efficiency, that is, the ratio of luminous flux produced and consumed power. Led lamps, when discarded, do not pollute the environment, as they do not contain mercury in their composition. The third refers to duration, or life. They last up to 25 times longer than old-fashioned incandescents and more than four times longer than CFLs. The bedroom is the diversity of models, sizes and colors that they have, thus making it a great tool for designers, decorators and architects. 

Because it is available in a multitude of sizes, shapes and colors, LED has become the darling of designers, making it possible, with a single lamp, to illuminate the same environment in different ways and colors. 

With the advancement of technology, as it is an electronic device, some LED lamps can still be operated by cell phones and computers, even if they are far from the environments that you want to illuminate. Other operations have been accompanying the LED lamps, such as internet (Li-Fi), ambient sound and security cameras.

Leave a Comment

Shopping Cart
Scroll to Top