Lighting. Monday , June 26th , 2017 - 20:19:31 PM
While CFL bulbs contain small amounts of mercury, and need to be disposed off safely if broken, LEDs do not contain any such toxic materials and hence are perfectly safe for use.
LED stands for light emitting diode. A diode is a device that allows electric current to flow in one direction but blocks it from flowing in the other. A good way to think of it is as a water valve for electricity. What separates an LED from just a regular diode is its ability to emit light when turned on. As you may already know the type of colour depends on the wavelength of light, with the red side of the spectrum being a longer wavelength and the violet side being shorter. An LED utilizes different compositions of materials to produce different wavelengths of light. This allows colours of impeccable purity and brilliance to be emitted, unlike incandescent bulbs which typically use a colour filter to produce the different hues. The actual process behind an LED light is far more complex than this as it involves both physics and chemistry to understand them fully. If you're looking for a more detailed explanation the team at London Lighting Hire is very knowledgeable in this department along with various other types of lighting so they'll surely have the answers you're looking for.
Whereas, your work area lighting is used where you work, and it should be intense and natural like full spectrum lighting. This type of light is strong but does not stress your eyes like filament or florescent light.
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