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Led lighting and the technology in general is now seeing a massive growth in the automotive industry with players such as Volkswagen, Audi and Ford all embracing led for its high lumens output versus low power consumption. It’s still at a relatively early stage with the higher end executive and sports models getting the technology, but over time this will change.
Some examples are shown below:

LED Lighting is all around and is taking new forms and displacing old technologies all the time. We have picked up on a rapidly growing trend of using LED Light units for street lighting, this move is considered to be more environmentally friendly due to the lower power consumption and higher light output of the LED Lamps over older technology. A bit of background can be found here: Wiki article.

Easter is almost upon us again and the vast majority of religious people will have candles in the house, candles look good but are an obvious fire hazard, so continuing our theme of where you can find led we bring you the LED Candle, this little device suckers onto your window for a safe easter candle effect with no burns, a simple remote control can control the candle. Hey presto a lovely easter with a safe LED Candle, the LED Lamps used are 0.5W ultra white, you can also get a flicker effect burnt amber led for that added effect.

In this industry one of the most asked questions is whats the difference between fibreoptic lighting and led lighting – well here is the short answer…

Fibre Optic Lighting is light produced by glass / plastic fibres, a light source shines at one end of the fibre which produces the light at the other end. Because of the way the fibres are manufactured the light is refracted (total internal refraction) – e.g. bouced in the fibre from one end to the other so no light escapes through the sides of the fibre.