What is LED
The LED is an electronic component that, when passing a very low current, emits a free-infrared and free-ultraviolet light, lighting up immediately.Led technology, an acronym for Light-Emitting Diodes, represents the evolution of solid-statelighting, with a light generation coming from the use of semiconductors rather than a filament or gas. LED lighting is more energy efficient, has a longer lifetime and is more sustainable for the environment. It also provides innovative and creative usage solutions.
How the LED works
The LED technology works smoothly. The output of the luminous flux occurs through the supply of a semiconductor filament, suitably treated, with a very low current voltage. Unlike other light sources, it does not produce gasesor other pollutants. In addition, new generation LEDs, if properly powered, can reach a lifetime of over 50,000 hours.