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LED (Light Emitting Diodes) are the latest development in the lighting industry. Made popular by their efficiency, range of color, and long lifespan, LED lights are ideal for numerous applications including night lighting, art lighting, and outdoor lighting. These lights are also commonly used in electronics and automotive industries, and for signage, along with many other uses.  

By providing efficient energy conversion and extended lifespans, these bulbs help to save money on replacement bulbs and electrical energy consumption. LED light bulbs are designed to convert electrical energy into light through a microchip which then illuminates the tiny light sources which produce visible light. This process uses up to 90% less power than traditional incandescent and fluorescent bulbs.

LED lights are directional light sources. This means the bulbs emit light in specific directions, as opposed to incandescent and fluorescent lights which emit light in all directions. The specified directional lighting and microchip electrical conversion help enhance efficiency and light quality.

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