Household LED lamps, or simply LED lamps, are light sources that use Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) as their primary luminous element. They have become popular in recent years due to their durability, energy efficiency and energy savings.
One of the main advantages of LED lamps is that they consume much less energy than conventional incandescent or fluorescent lamps, while giving off more light. In addition, LED lamps have a long service life, which can reach up to 50,000 hours, which is several times longer than conventional lamps.
Modern LED lamps come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be used in various types of lighting, including table lamps, ceiling lamps, wall lamps, and more. In addition, LED lamps are available in various shades of light, from warm yellows to cool whites, allowing you to choose the most suitable option for a particular room.
Other benefits of LED lamps include their safety, as they do not contain hazardous chemicals such as mercury found in conventional fluorescent lamps. In addition, LED lamps can turn on and off quickly, require no warm-up time, and do not emit ultraviolet or infrared radiation, making them safer for health and the environment.