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About LEDs

What are LEDs?

LED is the acronym for Light-Emitting Diode. A diode is an electronic semi-conductor component that allows an electric current to flow in one direction and blocks current flow in the opposite direction. An LED is a diode consisting of a semi-conductor chip constructed in a way that generates photons to emit energy in the form of light when an electric current passes through it. 

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