Jun. 14, 2020
LED lighting is a new high-tech invention that can be used not only for lighting, but also for decoration. It is durable and has a long life, up to 50,000 hours. LED lights are up to 80% more efficient than traditional lighting such as fluorescent and incandescent lights.
1. Longevity: In many cities, traffic lights are being retrofitted with low-maintenance LED illumination. One of the best advantages that an LED offers is a very long lifetime. We’ve all had to change light bulbs, and sometimes, troubleshooting these bulb failures can be quite troublesome. LED typically have rated lifespans in the thousands of hours.
2. Efficiency: Incandescent bulbs are rather inefficient, producing about 15 lm/W and dissipating the rest as heat. Even “energy efficient”CFL (Compact Fluorescent Lamps), which are fragile and contain mercury, produce about 60 lm/W.This is why LED lights are up to 80% more efficient than traditional lighting such as fluorescent and incandescent lights.
3. Durability: LED is completely sealed in an epoxy resin was mounted, which are stronger than light bulbs and fluorescent tubes. This is because LED or Light Emitting Diodes are semiconductors, classifying them as “solid state lighting”. This means that the light source is much more resistant to extreme temperatures, shock, and vibration, factors that can lead to early incandescent failure.