technological improvements in LED lighting brings us newly developed products
nearly every month. In this article by LEDcentre.uk.com,
we would like to show one of the latest applications which is becoming popular
on the market. The application of LED lights gets wider constantly, giving us
new fields of use in our everyday life. Besides lighting purposes their
installation into mobile phone and TV techniques meant a crucial step.
If you happen to like
watching TV on a good quality screen, you might easily become a fan of the new
LED television sets. Besides the excellent quality provided by the LED
technique it also allows televisions to be as slim as a picture on your wall.
Another super-slim LED
product has recently evolved in lighting techniques. LED walls, mainly used for
advertising purposes apply the edge-lighting technique, a combination of the
optic quality polymethyl-methacrylate (PMMA) and LCD display technologies.
These panels are enlightened only at their edges either with fluorescent tubes or low energy
consumption LED solutions – panels, tubes, strips – and the light emitted is
spread by a diffusion panel, introducing it to the acryl panel. This way; the
entire panel is enlightened, providing a large lighting area, thus creating a
backlit display, similar to what you can see in LED televisions. This
edge-lighting solution uses high efficiency LEDs to focus the light into a
high-performance backlight, or light guide. This technique involves the innovation
of a new surface not the technology of the LED itself, but rather creates a new
mode of applying it.
Besides the presently
used advertising purpose LED walls open a whole range of possibilities to be
used as main lighting. Business
opportunities mainly lie in advertising, but can be used for conferences, and
fairs as well. Panels used for main lighting create a whole new atmosphere at
your home or office, and gives the room the brightness of a large sized window.
Walls also develop in such a rapid pace that their aesthetic and design value
are no-doubt part of future interior design.