LED Lighting

LED means light emitting diode. LEDs are a solid state device and do not require heating of a filament to create light. Rather, electricity is passed through a chemical compound that is excited and that generates light. LEDs are not bulbs or lamps in the true sense of the word and application. LEDs require a lot of work to make them ready to be used by the consumer. Unlike incandescent and halogen bulbs, LEDS are made up of a solid material called a semiconductor.

This material is encased either in glass or translucent plastic and can be inserted into a normal screw or bayonet light fitting. When electricity is passed through the semiconductor, tiny subatomic particles called electrons begin to move which produces energy. In this case the energy is emitted in the form of visible light. The more electricity used, the brighter the illumination.

AC & Solar Street Lights
Industrial Flood Lights
Commercial & Decorative Lights
Recessed Lights & Tubes
Down Lights
LED Bulbs