LED (Light Emitting Diode) is a solid-state semiconductor device known for its ability to emit light when an electric current is applied. LED diodes have become a ubiquitous and versatile technology, finding applications in various fields, including lighting, indicators, and displays.
Notable features of LED diodes include their compact size, extended operational lifespan, high energy efficiency, and low power consumption. LED diodes are available in a spectrum of colors, allowing for the creation of vibrant and dynamic lighting effects. Their durability and resistance to environmental factors make them well-suited for use in challenging conditions and portable electronic devices. LEDs have revolutionized the lighting industry by offering a more energy-efficient and longer-lasting alternative to traditional incandescent bulbs.