In simple terms, LED lights are made up of semiconductor materials, which conduct electricity but not heat. When an electric current is passed through the semiconductor, it emits light. LED chandeliers and LED table lamps usually use LEDS that generate a warm white light, similar to incandescent bulbs. LED floor lamps often use LEDs that emit a cooler, more natural white light.

LED lights are much more efficient than incandescent bulbs because they don't waste energy by producing much heat.  LED lights also last much longer than incandescent bulbs- often 30,000 hours or more. And because LEDS produce a more natural light, they are becoming increasingly popular for both home and office lighting.

Reduce your Energy Bill

LED chandeliers, table lamps and floor lamps are a great way to save energy and reduce your carbon footprint. So next time you're in the market for new light fixtures, be sure to consider LED light fixtures!

Did you Know?

- LED technology has been around since the 1960s.

- Early implementations of LEDs could only produce red light that was used in devices such as calculators and remote controls.

- On average, LED bulbs have an average lifespan of about 30,000 hours vs. 1,000 hours in Incandescent bulbs and 10,000 hours in CFL bulbs.

- LED color temperatures ranges from cool white to warm yellow. LED lights tend to be cooler than other types of bulbs. Cooler color temperatures produce a whiter light.

- LED bulbs come in a wide range of shapes, sizes and bases.

- LEDs are used in displays such as OLED TVs.

December 01, 2022
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