5 Little Known Facts About LED Lights

LEDs have many advantages, including environmental ones. We all know that LEDs save money on lighting costs and provide environmental benefits, use less light fixtures, have a longer lifespan, and are more energy efficient than traditional lights. Let’s look at some lesser-known facts about LEDs to see how they may benefit us both personally and environmentally.

LED lights help absorb more nutrients from fruits and vegetables

LEDs produce much less heat than other technologies such as fluorescent tubes, so they are more suited to supermarkets, restaurants, and kitchen lighting. Ultraviolet rays decrease the nutrients in foods and all other light sources, including natural and artificial, emit UV radiation. LEDs also do not give off heat, which helps to keep food fresher for longer.

LEDs never burn out

LEDs last roughly 35,000 to 60,000 hours (compared to incandescent light bulbs’ 1000-hour lifespan and compact fluorescent lamps’ 8,000-hour life span). Even after they reach their appointed end date, LEDs will only get dimmer rather than immediately burning out.

LEDs do not attract bugs

Bacteria and other pests are drawn to high levels of UV radiation, which LEDs do not provide.

LEDs help you become a safer driver

The increased color temperature of LED headlights allows drivers to see better in low-light conditions. In addition, the amount of blue light emitted by LEDs assists with peripheral vision.

LEDs are reasonably priced

Some LED light choices might have been pricey a few years ago, when LED manufacturing technology was relatively new. However, as predicted, prices have dropped considerably over time.

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