LED lamp is a type of solid state lamp that uses a light emitting diode for lighting. These bulbs, which were originally used more as a red light inside electronic devices, have been able to open their place in the lighting industry in the world due to their low power consumption compared to other bulbs, very long life and new manufacturing technology in other colors.
LED lamps have high efficiency, longevity and energy efficiency, which is many times more than incandescent lamps and are significantly more efficient than other fluorescent lamps. It is claimed that they can even emit more than 300 lumens per watt by some LED manufacturers. In the consumption efficiency improvement index, since 2016, the energy consumption of LED lamps has reached about 10% of the consumption of incandescent lamps.
LED stands for Light emitting diode, which means light emitting diode. Light emitting diodes are actually part of the diode family, which is a subset of semiconductors. A feature that distinguishes LEDs from other semiconductors is that by passing an electric current through them, some energy is emitted in the form of light.
Experts believe that ordinary light bulbs, or incandescent lamps, are one of the most important reasons for increasing energy consumption and thus increasing the volume of greenhouse gas emissions in the world; So many countries have a multi-year plan to replace other incandescent bulbs with incandescent bulbs so that they may be able to reduce incandescent bulbs in the long run. For this reason, the use of energy-saving, fluorescent and light bulbs has become common, and some countries have required people to use these bulbs. Of course, it should be noted that the use of LED lamps in the production of television has limitations, one of which is the limitation of using this technology in low sizes.