What Is the Difference Between SMDs and LEDs?
Light emitting diodes date back to the early 1960s. However, for decades LEDs did not have many practical applications due to their manufacturing cost. Today, LEDs have cost-effective applications in everything from toys to luxury automobiles. An SMD LED is a surface-mount LED that reduces the size ...
The Way to a Greener future-LED light tube
Whilst our appetite for consuming electricity continues to increase, so does our awareness of the need to maximise its efficiency. One area in which every commercial enterprise could not only harness energy more efficiently but ensure that the environment benefits, is through the replacement of fluo...
LED Lighting knowledge
A Light Emitting Diode (LED) is a semiconductor device which converts electricity into light. LED lighting has been around since the 1960s, but is just now beginning to appear in the residential market for space lighting. At first white LEDs were only possible by "rainbow" groups of three LEDs -- re...
150 lumen per watt Led Tube lights
150 lumen per watt Led Tube lights - Not that there is anything wrong with the old sodium-discharge lamps. Producing practically all their light at a wavelength near the peak sensitivity of the human eye gave them a theoretical luminous efficacy of 200 lumens per watt of electricity consumed, though...
All products of us with UL, CE and ROHS certification
Dear Customer, UL listed Led Lights - Considering the continuous surge in demand from the European and USA market and the new European guidelines on replacing incandescent, halgoen and fluorescent luminaires with more energy-saving LED luminaires, we have applied for UL, CE and RoHS for all the p...