The LED lamp
LED lamps are known as the lighting technology with the lowest energy consumption for a long time. An LED lamp consumes less power than a light bulb with comparable luminosity up to 90 percent. Also the more efficient halogen lamp compared with an LED lamp is still a real energy waster and even the fluorescent lamps that were known widely as energy saving light bulbs consume sometimes need a little more power than an LED lamp. There are actually currently no way of lighting that comes out with as little energy as a LED lamp.
Advantages of a LED lamp
This convinces the led still with some features, which knows no other lighting technology. The life of an LED lamp is second to none. It is a high-quality LED light lights easily longer than ten years, and even if it is several hours daily. Even an LED lamp, used in outdoor areas and is exposed to this cold, heat and wetness, delight their owners with such long life. LED lamps are largely shockproof and resistant to vibration. In fact, a high-quality and properly manufactured LED lamp is really permanent.
Led lamp to the O-LED technology
The numerous possibilities for use and the enormous flexibility of an LED lamp is also achieved by no other lighting technology. LED lamps light up in many different colors without having to the lamp must be replaced or provided with colour filters. RGB LEDs make it possible the color change within a lamp. All these advantages that an LED lamp has, suggest that these services can be surpassed by any other technique. However, the developments in the field of LED technology have only begun, because this type of lighting is still relatively young. Organic LED lamps, which are characterized by their extremely small construction are the next step. Organic LEDs are manufactured with a special coating technique and are no longer recognizable as single lamps. It is to a kind of surface lighting, whose Möglichkeiten seem limitless. Organic LEDs conjure up from mirrors or glass, where she would suspect no one lights. The advantages of organic LED technology are therefore undoubtedly the limitless possibilities and the extremely small size.
Thanks to the organic LED technology LED screens can be produced, which consume not only less energy than conventional monitors, but that offer also a special brilliance and thereby enabling an extremely flat construction.
Cons of OLED technology is currently confined to its early state of development. One of the biggest problems of the OLED lamps is their life, which currently is not enough that the conventional LED lights up. Like when all LEDs can be difficult to determine the lifespan of OLEDs as LED lamps generally do not simply fall out but their luminosity with the time being low. The life of an OLED is measured therefore until such time has fallen to its luminosity by fifty percent. The details of the life also refer to operation without additional cooling. The lifespan of OLEDs also depends on its color. The details of the life of an OLED lamp therefore refer to the durability of the weakest colour. An OLED lamp life is called short, measured on the durability of conventional LEDs and is still clearly higher than that of traditional lighting techniques. OLED lights are also less resistant to moisture and other environmental influences, as conventional LED-lamps. It is however assumed that new technical developments are beforehand dispel those currently existing weaknesses of the organic light-emitting diodes so that the future in many areas of technology will be part of the OLED.