Light-emitting diode is known as LED and is used as lighting equipment. LED is assembled into a lamp or bulb attached with some chips that are able to emit more light which is more efficient than fluorescent lamps. It is estimated that the LED lamp market will witness a growth more than twelve-fold over the next decade. The LEDs in the lighting fittings include replacement lamps and luminaires. LED at an affordable price and the need to conserve energy strengthens the growth and adoption of the LEDs.
LEDs are used for outdoor lighting, architectural, residential, commercial lighting, automotive, displays, mobile devices, signs and others. There are many models of LEDs for various uses such as commercial, industrial, residential and replacement lamp segments. The types in power of LEDs are low power, mid power, high power, and super high power. The materials types in LEDs are InGaAlP, InGaN, RGB. With the increase in the technology, the LEDs are used in almost all sectors inventing new avenues in LED application. LEDs have long life and are available in different colours.
According to the market research report “United States LED General Lighting Market Research Report Forecast 2017 to 2022“, high-intensity discharge (HID) gas discharge lamps, fluorescent lamps and high pressure sodium lights are used as a main source for horticulture lighting. The LEDs used in horticulture need to accelerate plant growth and aid in the photosynthesis process. The major factors affecting the growth in the horticulture lighting are cost, light quality and quantity. Different theories are required in researching about the actual photons emitted from the light and reaching the plant. The light mentioned includes quantity and quality of LED light, and how by tuning the spectrum of the LED can optimize growth of certain species of plants. The market for LEDs in the horticulture lighting is sure to start growing in the years to come.
Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are ten times as efficient as normal lights and are the worldwide lighting sources for all general lighting applications. LEDs long working life, reliability, and brightness are the major factors attracting the next generation lighting systems. LEDs are used in emergency, backlight, automotive, indoor and outdoor. The market of LED general lighting in the United States is affected due to the high production cost but the screen and display-backlighting market is likely to grow and open new doors for the LED lighting demand.
Residential applications of LEDs include lights for bathrooms, hallways, dining rooms and kitchens. Outdoor applications of LEDs are roadways, traffic lights, tunnels, parking lots, and garages. The architectural application includes both functional and decorative lighting. In decorative lighting LEDs are used to light up pools, gardens, fountains, and statues and the functional lighting includes landscaping and building facades.
The global competitors in the LED general lighting market are Cooper Industries Plc, Osram Opto, Cree Incorporation, Zumtobel AG, Toshiba Corporation, Philips Electronics N.V., Digital Lumens, Inc. and GE lightings. The LED general lighting market in the United States is all set to grow at a considerable rate in the coming years with the growing demand for efficient lights. The stringent regulations for energy efficient lighting and high consumer disposable income are sure to drive the LED market to great heights in the near future.
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