Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Light-emitting diode or LED lights.
These small glowlights use only a tiny amount of power.
Bulbs are newer items and are for sale in this display.
LEDs first came on the scene to illuminate readouts and dials or to show that an appliance was on. Diodes abound in electronics and these products exploit their lighting properties and white light has been an advancement.
Technical data exists about developments but, for example, the lights are of some use for interior lighting for a camper van that is dependent on solar or a genny when travelling away on remote adventures. LEDs are used in traffic lights.
Saw the light at Cetnaj P/L Mayfield West.


GMG said...

Hi Julia! Interesting ideas to reduce power consumption! I'll take any!
This month promises to be even more hectic than the already chaotic previous ones! Anyhow, a blog break is absolutely needed to balance the atmosphere!
And that's why I'm here and loved to see also the Cockatoos and the amazing blue tongue ad... ;)
Thanks for your comment on Blogtrotter, where I’ve now posted my 401st post (on Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)! Have a great week!

magiceye said...

thats interesting