Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 02:02:06 AM. . By Clarice Mancini.
First let us have a look at understanding how it works. LED stands for Light Emitting Diode and consists of a very small semi-conductor which is recognized by being manufactured into a type of epoxy resin enclosure. It works by allowing the tiny device to be switched on and when this happens tiny little electrons accumulate within the capsule and create a chemical reaction that in turn releases energy in the form and shape of photons. In lamens terms this process of releasing energy creates the result which we all like so very much light. Much of the white light is created by applying three basic colours namely RGB.
For instance, if you want lights in your garden, get green colored LED ones to match the overall theme. A lot of people put these green colored lights in the garden as it gives a very natural effect. On the other hand, if standard white lights are used for this purpose, they harm the plants by depositing heat fumes and mercury traces. Apart from gardens, these lights are also used for various other home purposes.
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