Light Emitting Diode
LED is the acronym for Light Emitting Diode.
A type of electronic device that converts electrical energy into light. LEDs are known for their efficiency and longevity compared to traditional incandescent or fluorescent lights. They are used in a variety of applications such as lighting, automotive lighting, traffic signals, electronic displays, and more. LEDs are available in different colors and can be combined to create full-color displays. They also consume less power, produce less heat, and emit less UV radiation than traditional lighting sources.
- Abbreviation: LED