LED ( light-emitting diode ) = light diode, is a luminous object which is integrated into light bulbs and various other light fixtures = lamps. LED lamps have a lifespan and energy efficiency which are several times higher than those of incandescent light bulbs, and considerably higher than in most fluorescent lamps.

The main advantages of LED lamps are:

  • Energy-efficient – LED lamps can emit more than 135 lumens / W;
  • Long lifespan – 50,000 work hours or more;
  • Initial ignition without warm-up – an LED is lit immediately – in a nanosecond;
  • Works at low temperatures, even below zero;
  • Excellent colour rendering – LED does not cause discoloration, like other light sources, such as fluorescent lamps;
  • Environmentally-friendly – LED does not contain mercury or other dangerous substances, and does not emit IR and UV radiation;
  • With LED lighting one can control light intensity and colour.

LED lighting has numerous outdoor and indoor applications. It is used as one of the solutions in illuminating:

  • Restaurants and hotels;
  • Residential lighting;
  • Stores, supermarkets;
  • Public lighting, playgrounds, parking lots;
  • Industry and warehouses;
  • Roads and highways;
  • Public, educational, health care institutions,
  • etc.