Ten major advantages of LED lights:
Advantage 1. The lamp body is small
LED lights are very small, and very fine LED chips are encapsulated in transparent epoxy resin, so their particles are very small and very light, which can save a lot of materials and space in production and application.
Advantage 2: Extremely low energy consumption
The working voltage of LED lights is generally only 2~3.6V, and the working current is only 0.02~0.03A. That is to say: its power consumption does not exceed 0.1W, which consumes more than 90% of electricity than incandescent lamps with the same luminous efficiency, and more than 70% than energy-saving lamps. Therefore, only LED can be called a true energy-saving light source!
Advantage 3. Sturdy and durable
The LED chip is completely encapsulated in epoxy resin. The small particles of epoxy resin are extremely difficult to break, and there are no loose parts in the entire lamp body; the wafer inside is extremely difficult to break, and the thermal effect is also small, so it can volatilize and melt. These properties make LEDs difficult to damage. Compared with ordinary light bulbs and fluorescent lamps, LEDs can be said to be as solid as gold, strong, and durable countless times.
Advantage 4. LED lights have a long service life
Under appropriate current and voltage, the service life of LED lamps can reach 100,000 hours, which means that, in theory, the product life is more than 10 years, which has a longer service life compared with other types of lamps.
Advantage 5. Safe and low-voltage
LED lights use a low-voltage DC power supply (which can rectify alternating current into direct current). The power supply voltage is between 6 and 24V, which varies according to different products. In short, it is safer than the application of a high-voltage power supply DC power supply, especially suitable for homes and public places.
Advantage 6. Wide scope of application
Due to its compact structure, each unit LED chip is 3 to 5 mm square or round, so it is more suitable for preparing devices with complex molding processes. For example, making soft, bendable tubes, strips, and special-shaped lights is only suitable for LEDs.
Advantage 7: More colorful
In the past, the colors of lamps on the market were very single. In order to achieve the purpose of changing color, one had to paint or cover the surface of the lamp with colored chips, and the other was to fill the lamp with inert gas to emit light, so the richness of colors was limited. LED is digitally controlled, and the light-emitting chip can emit a variety of colors, including the three-dimensional colors of red, green, and blue. It is the three-dimensional colors that, through system control, can restore the colorful world.
Advantage 8: Less heat dissipation
LED is a relatively advanced cold light source. It does not radiate a large amount of infrared and ultraviolet rays like incandescent lamps and fluorescent lamps. It is especially suitable for lighting valuable items such as cultural relics, jewelry, and high-end cosmetics. Incandescent current has almost no thermal effect and will not blow out bubbles due to thermal expansion and contraction. It will not cause the bulb to turn yellow, will not accelerate the aging of the lamp, and will not cause a greenhouse effect on the surrounding environment.
Advantage 9: Less environmental pollution
LED’s environmental protection is mainly reflected in three aspects:
First of all, there is no danger of metallic mercury. LED lamps do not use the high-risk mercury inside fluorescent lamps. There will be no public hazards such as the leakage of mercury ions or phosphors during the manufacturing process or damage to the lamp.
- The epoxy resin used to make LEDs is an organic polymer compound. The cured product has good physical and chemical properties. It has strong bonding strength with wafers and metals, is hard and elastic, is stable to salts and most solvents, and is not easy to Damage, even if damaged or aged can be recycled and reused without polluting the environment.
Third, due to the particle layout of LED lamps and displays, the light generated is generally dispersed and rarely produces light pollution.
Advantage 10. More cost-saving
Compared with incandescent lamps and fluorescent lamps, the purchase price of LED lamps is higher. However, due to the extremely low energy consumption of LEDs, it can save a lot of electricity bills in the long run and save investment in lamp replacement, so the overall cost of use is more cost-effective.