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LED: Pros And Cons of Cutting-Edge Lighting

LEDs are dominating the lighting market with their versatility and cost-effectiveness. Does that mean people should ride on this trend? Will this lead us to a more economical and eco-friendly life? This article will help to shed some ‘LED light’ on this matter.
What is LED LED stands for Light Emitting Diode, an electric component that emits light when connected to direct current.[1]The first LED light that scientists discovered in 1907 was yellowish. However, it was not until 1994 that, LED lighting became commercialized. By that time, scientists had figured out how to produce LED light with multiple colors at low costs. Merely in 2018, the global LED indoor lighting market represented a USD 15.87 billion industry.
In comparison with its incandescent and fluorescent predecessors, LED lightbulbs enjoy a longer lifespan and higher economy. Per market standards, LED lamps last up to 40,000 hours compared to 10,000 hours for fluorescent lamps and 1,000 hours for incandescent. LEDs also save…

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