Early attempts to use LED’s in general lighting gave fairly poor results because the LED’s had insufficient light output or poor colour characteristics. LED technology has now advanced to the point where the light output and colour characteristics can match or exceed those of conventional lamps.
Where are LED lamps used?
LED lamps are now widely used in a variety of lighting applications such as car parks, airports, hotels, pubs, clubs, commercial offices, manufacturing industry, hospitals, aged car facilities, mining industry, traffic lights, automotive industry, boats, lifts, exit signs and many other areas.
What is an LED lamp?
An LED lamp uses one or multiple Light Emitting Diodes as the source of light. Each individual LED consists of a semiconductor diode that emits light when a voltage is applied to it. The first LED was created in 1927 but it wasn’t until 1962 that LED’s first appeared commercially as an electronic component. LED technology has now developed to the point where it is viable for general lighting applications.
Can LED lights be dimmed?
Yes, most of our range of LED lights can be dimmed using a standard dimmer unit.
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