Energy efficient lighting with LED

LED is the abbreviation for Light Emitting Diode. This is a type of semiconductor that can generate light.
If current flows through the solid in a certain direction, it emits light.

Since LEDs convert significantly more energy into light than heat, they are very energy efficient and practically a master at saving energy. Compared to a conventional light bulb, up to 90 percent of energy can be saved.

High-quality LED lamps are less sensitive to vibrations and shocks. They are flexible in color and shape, very compact in size and therefore open up a wide range of possible uses for smart lighting solutions and concepts.
In addition, LED lamps do not emit any UV radiation and can therefore also be used to illuminate light-sensitive objects.

Properties such as longevity and light quality make LED lamps the light of the future.

Energy efficient lighting with LED
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