Guide To Green Lighting
Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) were once used solely for indicator and panel lights in cars and in other electronic equipment, but with the advent of ultra-bright versions, they are being used both individually and in groups as light sources in commercial and domestic settings.
A spotlight lamp made up of multiple LEDs has a life of up to 50,000 hours.
In addition to their longevity, LEDs have several important advantages.
They don’t emit heat.
They consume very little electricity.
And because they remain cool to the touch, they can be safely fitted in rooms where children play, and into floors as uplights without risk to sensitive surfaces, including bare feet.