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7 Things Interesting Facts About LED Lights

Over the recent years, the use of LED lights has been increasing—all thanks to its efficient characteristics such as its long life span and its resistance to breakage. LEDs have been used in lighting bulbs, LED signs, TVs, display cases and even, in toys.

But think you know everything about LED lights? Well, here are some of the 7 interesting facts about them that you might have not heard yet:

#1 LED or light-emitting diodes are actually a type of solid-state lighting that uses a semiconductor to convert electricity into light. Such process makes it seven times more energy efficient than conventional incandescent lights and cut energy use by roughly 80 percent.

#2 Unlike incandescent bulbs, LEDs uses energy far more efficiently with little wasted heat. That's why compare to the former, LED lights doesn't heat up much.

#3 Quality LED bulbs can have a long lifespan of about 25,000 hours —which means they last more than 25 times longer than other traditional light bulbs. Statist…

How to Extend the Life of LED Lights

Scientifically speaking, normal LED lights have a lifespan of about 35,000 hours. However there are a few who knows that it is possible to extend its life up to 50,000 hours. With the constant progress of led technology, along with its eco-friendliness namely saving electricity and energy, the performance of led has been outstanding in the market.  Its long life, high efficiency, power-saving features has been makes a lot of people prefer it than the use of incandescent and fluorescent.

So how can one extend the life of LED lights, well here are some tips you can use to to achieve the maximum span life these LED lights can offer.

Quality Matters
First and foremost, the quality of the LED lights is a very important factor. Different encapsulation process will have an influence on the quality of the product. You see, a weak glue encapsulation of LED lights can affect it aging conditions and can have a 76% possibility of light failure. While a good encapsulation of LED lights during its…