Applications of LED lighting technologies

The benefits of new technology LED lighting are quite visible to the public as marked by the shift in lighting technology from the recently lauded CFLs to LED based products. The major benefits have been said to include providing more luminosity for less wattage, thereby saving power; providing high quality lighting with manual dimming capability; management of heat due to heat sink that causes heat dissipation; and the ability to code patterns into the lighting to allow for pulsed lighting. These attributes help in allowing the LED lights to be used in various combinations over different fields for many purposes, as explored below in the following segment:

Applications of LED lighting technologies

 

  1. Display Lighting

As LED lights can provide focused lighting – light focusing the attention of the viewer on a certain target object – this feature of LED lighting is used in various public gardens where there are short LED lamps which provide lighting to the plants at the flower level, thus ensuring the garden can function well into the evening. Art galleries include LED lighting to throw light focused on pieces of art – paintings, sculptures etc.

  1. Automotive Lighting

Today’s automobiles are built for speed, regardless of circumstances. Thus, horns and lighting systems for vehicles today are important components. The taillights, headlights, and even the dippers use LED lighting systems. This is mainly because the light produced by incandescent lights spreads outward, and can get diffused with the fog at night time. Thus LED lighting is much more preferable over the classic automobile lighting systems. Other vehicles like scooters and bikes also use LED lights. Many bicycles use LED lights that draw energy from a friction motor on the wheel.

  1. Street Lighting

When the automobile traffic is incessant regardless of the time of the day, adequate warning and precautions must be taken, such as preparing of street lights operational on LEDs powered by solar power, or road LED markers for serving as warning signals at night. The traffic signals across the world use LEDs to give guidance to the vehicles all around the world.

  1. Floodlighting

Commercial complexes, stores, retail outlets and homes all have certain sections of corridor or closet or lineup which they need lighted up. These flood lights can be suspended or affixed in the ceiling or on the floor of the panels. The major need of these lights is to spread out the light to as many places as possible.

  1. Emergency Lighting

LEDs are considered to be up and above incandescent lights or the CFLs because of its ability to light up on switching without any flickering. Thus, in the case of an emergency, one can rely on emergency LED torch lights or sensation based footpad lamps which are found in libraries all over the world. These LED tube lights have the capability of turning on when movement is sensed and switching off when the movement goes away. This conserves a lot of electricity and power for the proponent and since LED tubes can last longer than CFLs or incandescent lights, and do not burn out, they are the logical choice for any sensible person.

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