Posts Tagged ‘microgeneration’

What’s the point of LED lighting?

Light Emitting diodes (LEDs) are not a new invention. The LED was first invented in Russia in the 1920s, and introduced in America as a practical electronic component in 1962. Oleg Vladimirovich Losev was a radio technician who noticed that diodes used in radio receivers emitted light when current was passed through them. In 1927,…

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LED lighting can be off the grid and FREE

After my article yesterday on LEDs a new generation of lighting I had a nice email from Jeff at Jeff Detailed how his company had progressed through similar issues of low powered LEDs with poor quality of light. They are now providing an excellent range of LED lights for the US market (110-120 volt)…

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