Low Voltage Led Landscape Light Bulbs - One-hundred-and-thirty years back, Thomas Edison finished the first successful sustained test of the incandescent light bulb. With some incremental improvements across the way, the world has lit ever since. That is about to transform. We are on the cusp of a semiconductor-based lighting revolution which will ultimately replace Edison's lightbulbs having a much more energy-efficient lighting option.
Solid state LED lighting will eventually replace almost all the countless billions of fluorescent and incandescent lights all over the world in use these days. In reality, as a step along this route, President Obama last June unveiled new, more exacting lighting standards that will support the phasing from incandescent bulbs (which already are banned in parts of Europe).
To realize why they are still high-priced as well as exactly how revolutionary LED light bulbs are, it is helpful to compare this to the manufacture of incandescent lights and also to look at how they have been made. This article investigates incandescent lights and a description of the conventional production process for LED light bulbs are created and then contrast that process, how.