LEDs (light emitting diodes) are often toted as the future of lighting, and not without good reason. LED light bulbs are increasingly being installed in residential and commercial settings, as they offer several benefits over regular bulbs, including better luminosity, longer-life and lower energy consumption.
LED light bulbs are generally composed of several tiny LEDs, which emit an incredibly crisp light, but use a fraction of the wattage used by traditional lamps. LEDs are also available in several different colours, making them ideal for displays, underwater lighting and several other uses.
LEDs are an environmentally responsible option, as they consume a fraction of the wattage used by conventional bulbs. Additionally, LED bulbs often have a lifespan that exceeds 50,000 hours, which is more than double that of a regular bulb. Additionally, LED bulbs maintain their luminosity over the course of their lifetime, unlike other bulbs which gradually deteriorate.
A lesser known feature of LEDs is that they provide strong, directional light, thus making them more efficient than regular bulbs. Other bulbs emit light in all directions, including all areas of the bulb, and waste an awful amount by doing so. Conversely, LEDs illuminate in a single direction, meaning you benefit from the full force of the light.
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