LED Lighting


Gain profit by saving up to 80% of total energy consumption for lighting with LED lighting.
LEDs, or light–emitting diodes, are semiconductor devices that produce visible light when an electrical current is passed through them. LEDs are a type of Solid State Lighting (SSL), as are organic light–emitting diodes (OLEDs) and light–emitting polymers (LEPs).

LED lighting differs from incandescent and compact fluorescent lighting in several ways. When designed well, LED lighting can be more efficient, durable, versatile and longer lasting.
LED lighting products use light emitting diodes to produce light very efficiently. An electrical current passed through semiconductor material illuminates the tiny light sources we call LEDs. The heat produced is absorbed into a heat sink.
Common LED colors include amber, red, green, and blue. There is actually no such thing as a “white” LED. To get white light the kind we use for lighting our homes and offices, different color LEDs are mixed or covered with a phosphor material that converts the color of the light. The phosphor is the yellow material you can see on some LED products.Colored LEDs are widely used as signal lights and indicator lights, like the power button on a computer.
LEDs are now being incorporated into bulbs and fixtures for general lighting applications. LEDs are small and provide unique design opportunities. Some LED bulb solutions may look like familiar light bulbs and some may not but can better match the performance of traditional light bulbs. Some LED light fixtures may have LEDs built–in as a permanent light source.
LEDs are “directional” light sources which means they emit light in a specific direction, unlike incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs which emit light — and heat — in all directions. For this reason, LED lighting is able to use light and energy more efficiently in many applications. (Source Energy Star)

TawadaCleanTeh offers a wide range of type and model of LED lighting and fixtures. Applications recommended for:

- Office buildings
- Hotels, resorts and villas
- Restaurants, bars and cafes
- Warehouses and factories
- Residential buildings and complexes from apartments, real estates, town houses and many others
- Commercial and retail buildings
- Supermarkets
- Parking spots, parking buildings and pavements
- Multi functions and multi purposes halls, rooms, stadiums, galleries and others
- Educational facilities
- Government buildings and facilities
- And many others