The world of technology is forever changing, and that goes without saying. Whether it’s a thermostat that you can program with your phone, a car that can park itself, or a light bulb that turns off when you’re not in the office; innovators are finding new and improved ways to help you save time and money.
As you may know, the world of lighting systems is changing as well, with the influx of LED technology. You may not have noticed, but LED lighting is incorporated in every part of your life. If you drive your car to work every morning, wait at a traffic light, use your smart phone, go to the doctor’s office, or use your laptop at work; you are more influenced by LED’s than you thought.
I am sure you have seen LED lights in modern appliances, street lights, and commercial signs, but have you ever wondered exactly how they work? If you plan on making improvements or renovations to your building space, we have created this LED guide to help you make an educated buying decision. We have broken down an LED light bulb into three components: Optical, Electrical, and Thermal.
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