Light Emitting Diodes
A Light Emitting Diode (LED) is a semiconductor power diode that emits a light when electronically biased in a forward direction of a p-n junction. LEDs are used as light indicators on electronic devices and as sources of smart lighting. Light emitting diodes have many advantages to traditional light sources, such as: low energy consumption, longer lifetime, robustness, and small size.Types of light emitting diodes include LED display and laser diodes.
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