LED Lighting Applications

The uses for LED lighting fall into four major categories:

  • Visual signs – this is where the LED light travels from the source directly to a human eye. An example of this is LED traffic lights, where the LED light is designed to show meaning to a person.
  • Illumination – where light from an LED bulb is reflected from objects.
  • Measuring and interacting – involving no human vision.
  • Narrow band-light – where LED lights operate by responding to incident light. They do not emit light, like a light sensor.

The market for LED lighting has already boomed, with LEDs already being used in cars, airplanes, traffic lights and classical architectural lighting. More alternative uses of LED lights are also being introduced, with them becoming more popular as lighting in dental treatment and nail curing.

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