LED is a light-emitting diode product that is assembled into a lamp or light bulb for use into lighting fixtures. LED lighting offers comparatively long life compared to incandescent lamps and some fluorescent lamps, although at a higher initial expense. LED bulbs and diodes have an outstanding operational life time expectancy. LED lighting is also much more energy efficient and ecologically friendly.
As you can see in the picture, hidden LED lighting is used as the source of light in the home’s bathroom, right above the sink and on the sides of the ceiling walls. The diodes used are quite small, but emit a good amount of light. The light emitting diodes are of white color which suites the color of the walls in the bathroom.
LEDs can be combined in shape to produce highly efficient illumination. Individual LEDs can be dimmed, resulting in a dynamic control of light, color and distribution. LED lighting is ideal for operation under cold or low temperatures, so you can even use it for your garden and need not worry about changing any light bulbs when the cold winter sets in. Another huge advantage is that LEDs can operate even at a low-voltage power supply.
LED lighting is also used as decoration when hidden. They add contrast and shade to the colored walls especially if the colors match each other. LED lighting is suitable for almost every room in our homes. LED lights are offered in a variety of base colors such as red, green, blue and amber. LED can be blended together to produce millions of color options. Since LED are focused lights they prove best at specific lighting tasks such as desk lamps, reading lights, night lights, security lights, spot lights, accent lights and lighting for signage. LED lighting generates no heat, therefore they are cool to touch and can be left on for hours.