How does a LED light bulb work?

LEDs (Light-Emitting Diodes) are electronic components that, when a minimal current is applied to them, emit light devoid of any infrared or ultraviolet rays. In difference to other types of lights, LEDs illuminate immediately.

LED technology is the evolution of solid-state lighting, in which light is generated by semiconductors rather than by using a filament or a gas. LED lighting is more energy efficient, has a longer life span and is more sustainable.

Furthermore, LEDs enable innovative and creative solutions that incorporate light into our homes, cars, shops and cities.

Over time LEDs are destined to replace traditional incandescent and fluorescent light bulbs.

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