Wednesday, November 30, 2011

LED lights

One of the technologies is becoming popular in recent times, which also has the advantage of developing the same light capacity than a conventional bulb, but with significantly lower electricity consumption helping to save it and up to the possibility of using renewable energies.

Technology of LED lights is characterized by leveraging a diode, semiconductor, item conditions i.e., one that can behave as a conductor of electricity, or simply as an insulating the same passage in different circumstances (inferred from an incident, radiation up to a given temperature).

The LED designation means Light-Emitting Diode (in English, light-emitting diode) and evidence that a diode is used to generate an effect of luminescence with the encouragement of an electric current by emitting light at a wavelength of reduced spectrum.

This luminous colors are directly dependent on the material that has been manufactured LED, those who are in the range of the visible spectrum, although there are also LED with capacity to emit a light UV (ultraviolet), or those that emit infrared light, also known as IRED (Infra Red Emitting Diode, infrared emission diode) to be used

The latter have been extremely popular and quite used something Homestyle, and many will have probably noticed: are located on the remote control, and are responsible for that work correctly, with a sink in the appropriate device.

They are present in TVs, air conditioning and even attended mobile phones with the IRDA port data, now replaced by Bluetooth, senior benefits technology.

The white light LED development has allowed that they replace light bulbs progressively taking first greater acceptance in the world of cars, including where applicable with varied designs, providing a striking touch.

In the case of the LED screens, used both monitors and TVs, which are used are an enormous amount of LED lights color Green, red and blue, to provide a higher quality image with a high level of contrast, also offer a much higher resistance to shock and vibration.

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