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Because of the way they are designed, LED light bulbs typically are about  80% efficient. This means that 20% of the electrical energy is lost in the form of heat energy while 80% is converted to electrical energy. These figures are in stark comparison to...

For the LED light bulbs that are currently being sold, their estimated lifespan is about 100,000 hours. This is equal to 22 years of fifty percent usage or 11 years of one hundred percent usage. In comparison, a typical incandescent light bulb has a lifespan...

Light emitting diodes, also known as LEDs, are light bulbs that are designed as a single, solid bulb. They were first used in applications such as Christmas lights, instrument panels and electronics. For household use, LEDs are clustered together in order to increase the light...