WHAT ARE LEDs
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. They need to be placed on a circuit board or other material that will allow electricity to pass through it at a specific voltage and current, and with components required to operate them at specific voltages .
LED (Light-Emitting Diode) Lights offer a multitude of advantages over traditional light sources including lower electricity consumption, much longer lifetime, higher durability, no UV and infrared radiation, low heat and smaller size.
No Mercury or other hazardous materials are used in the manufacturing of our LED system making it environmentally safe and recyclable.