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LED Light Bulbs

A Type LED Light Bulbs  Flame Tip LED Light BulbsTorpedo Tip LED Light BulbsKODAK LED Light Bulbs

G4 and G9 Dimmable LED BulbsG6.35 LED Light BulbsPar LED Light BulbBR LED Light Bulb

Globe LED Light BulbsMR16 LED Bulb LED Tube Light Bulbs


LED Light Bulbs are packaged arrays of Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs). LEDs are solid state devices which produce light through a process called "electroluminescence." They do this by moving electrons across a very special gap within their internal construction that gives off photons when electrons enter the gap. These photons are the light we see and are different colors based on what materials are used to make the LED. LED bulbs use arrays of multiple LEDs along with special reflectors to replicate the patterns and brilliance of standard lights in many shapes and sizes.

This method not only produces far less heat, but it generates an equivalent amount of light for roughly 80% less energy than a traditional incandescent lamp. Without a filament or glass bulb, an LED light bulb is also more durable and longer lasting than any incandescent can be.

Why Use LEDs

* No mercury, making them a cleaner alternative to fluorescent and CFL lamps.
* The lowest energy consumption of any lighting product to date.
* Light quality equal or superior to traditional lighting products.
* Life that is 20 times than some traditional lighting products.

 

An LED lamp is a light-emitting diode (LED) product that is assembled into a lamp (or light bulb) for use in lighting fixtures. LED lamps have a lifespan and electrical efficiency that is several times better than incandescent lamps, and significantly better than most fluorescent lamps, with some chips able to emit more than 100 lumens per watt