The use of LED , acronym for Light Emitting Diode , has strongly widespread in recent years in many application fields, ranging from traffic lights to infrared remote controls. The diffusion of LEDs in the industrial field took place both thanks to advances in technology, which allowed the production of LEDs in colors other than red (which was initially the only color available for LEDs), both thanks to the intrinsic characteristics of the LEDs : great reliability, high efficiency, long life .
LEDs have multiple advantages such as long operating life, no maintenance costs, high efficiency compared to halogen and incandescent lamps, safe operation, clean light because it is free of IR and UV components, flexibility installation of the light point, the absence of mercury, the possibility of a strong spot effect, cold ignition, insensitivity to humidity and vibrations and the ease of making efficient optics in plastic and glass.
The main characteristics of LEDs are miniaturization, dynamic effects such as RGB color variation, enhancement of shapes and volumes, long life and robustness, saturated colors and scenographic and design effects.
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