In the simplest terms, a light-emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor device that emits light when an electric current is passed through it. Light is produced when the particles that carry the current (known as electrons and holes) combine together within the semiconductor material. Since light is generated within the solid semiconductor material, LEDs are described as solid-state devices. The term solid-state lighting, which also encompasses organic LEDs (OLEDs), distinguishes this lighting technology from other sources that use heated filaments (incandescent and tungsten halogen lamps) or gas discharge (fluorescent lamps).
LED (Light Emitting Diodes) lights are the latest and most fascinating technological advancement in the lighting industry. LEDs are small, solid light bulbs that are powerful, energy-efficient, and long lasting. LEDs operate in different ways than traditional incandescent bulbs. This makes LEDs far more durable than traditional incandescent light bulbs. LED technology also provides many additional advantages over incandescent, fluorescents, and compact fluorescent lamps and lighting devices. This includes an exceptionally longer lifespan (60,000 hours), significantly lower energy consumption (90% more efficient), reduced maintenance costs, and higher safety.
You certainly hear and read a lot about the benefits associated with the energy efficiency of LED light emitting diodes versus traditional lighting. When you compare them to other energy-saving illumination methods that are currently available, you will find that LED lamps are definitely the smartest and most power-saving solution for illumination. The top 8 benefits of using LED lights over their less efficient alternatives can be read below
LEDs are packed powerfully with sufficient energy and use up to 90% less power than incandescent light bulbs.
LEDs have a lifespan of up to 60,000 hours as opposed to 1,500 hours typical of incandescent bulbs.
LEDs are solid express lighting devices that utilize semiconductor material rather than a filament or neon gas.
Superior safety may be the most significant benefit of LEDs. LED lamps generate almost no warmth therefore they are cool to the touch and can be left on for hours without incident or consequence if touched, no glass, no UV and IR, no mercury and so on.
LEDs are made of non-toxic materials, unlike neon lighting that use mercury that may pose a danger to the environment. LED is recyclable and also considered “green”, or earth-friendly.
LED lighting are offered in a variety of base colors, such as red, blue, and amber. Due to the fact that traditional incandescent bulbs use filters to produce colors, they are extremely bad. LEDs can be mixed together to produce large numbers of color options.
LEDs are poised to replace traditional incandescent lights. LEDs are rapidly, without a doubt, becoming the preferred lighting solution of both homes and offices. long-lasting life up to 50,00 hours.
LEDs are currently used for a wide variety of different applications, such as in residential lighting, the military, as well as the architectural, automotive, transmissions, electronic instrumentation, the entertainment and gaming, the military, and the traffic and transportation industry. Since LEDs are focused lights, they are great at performing some specific lighting tasks, such as desk lamps, reading lights, night lights, security signals, spotlights, accent lamps, and lighting for signs.
LEDs create light by electroluminescence in a semiconductor material. Electroluminescence is the phenomenon of a material emitting light when electric current or an electric field is passed through it - this happens when electrons are sent through the material and fill electron holes. An electron hole exists where an atom lacks electrons (negatively charged) and therefore has a positive charge. Semiconductor materials like germanium or silicon can be "doped" to create and control the number of electron holes. Doping is the adding of other elements to the semiconductor material to change its properties. By doping a semiconductor you can make two separate types of semiconductors in the same crystal. The boundary between the two types is called a p-n junction. The junction only allows current to pass through it one way, this is why they are used as diodes. LEDs are made using p-n junctions. As electrons pass through one crystal to the other they fill electron holes. They emit photons (light).
The P-N junction is the basis of the functioning of the LED. The LED has an anode and a cathode separated by a crystal of semiconductor material. Addition of impurities to the semiconductor material produces P-N junctions within the chip. The entire assembly is within a plastic cover that can also double up as a lens to guide the light emitted by the LED.
Phosphors are used to help filter the light output of the LED. They create a more pure "harsh" color. Engineers had to figure out how to control the angle the light escapes the semiconductor, this "light cone" is very narrow. They figured out how to make light refract or bounce off all surfaces of the semiconductor crystal to intensify the light output. This is why LED displays traditionally have been best viewed from one angle.
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