Light Emitting Diode (LED)
LED's are semiconductors, diodes in particular. A LED should have high hole mobility inside the semiconductor crystal emitting the light. But high hole mobility also means that the full content of any section of the crystal is unpredictable to a large extent.
What are the advantages of LED Lights?
LED Lights offer a multitude of advantages over traditional light sources including lower electricity consumption, much longer lifetime, higher durability, no ultraviolet and infrared radiation, low heat and smaller size.
Can I replace my existing lamps to LED directly?
The LED light offer are direct replacement of incandescent, halogen and compact fluorescent lamps. This means that you do not have to do any changes to your existing system.
Why should we choose LED over the traditional lamps?
Consider not only the initial price of the lamp, but the true cost of lighting, which includes the cost of energy, replacement and maintenance cost.
- LED lights use much less energy. When installed at applications with long work hours the saved electricity cost can bring the payback time to less than 2 years.
- LED have much longer life span, from 30'000 to 50'000 hours. Imagine that we do not have to change our lamps for the next 20 years, especially those hard to reach light fixtures.
- For commercial applications long life LED lights means lower replacement costs and no more group relamping. Taken into consideration reduced maintenance costs, the ROI (Return Of Investment) time for LED lamps can be less than 1 year.
- LED lamps produce very little heat thus reducing the power used by out air conditioner.
- LED light has no harmful UV (ultraviolet) and IR (infrared) rays.
- LED lamps contain NO mercury like the fluorescent lamps. LED light are completely safe for the Nature and can be disposed as ordinary waste.