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LED lights (otherwise known as light-emitting diodes) are known for their superior power and extensive lifespan. The advantages of using LED lights correlate to lower energy and maintenance consumption, ultimately benefiting the user financially. LED lights also come in a variety of colors, allowing for a more personalized usage of lights. Currently, LED lights have been incorporated into a variety of uses, ranging from automobiles to entertainment sets, and their applications only continue to grow. 

LEDs are shown to have greater efficiency, longevity, and sturdiness than traditional light bulbs. They are also environmentally conscious and are composed of non-toxic materials, and do not use or contain mercury products. For consumers interested in utilizing more LED-based light sources, the cost is certainly worth the investment. 

So How Energy-Efficient Are LED Lights?

As stated, LED lights have an impressively long lifespan, recorded to last about 75,000 hours or more. Compared to the traditional light bulb, which only lasts 1,200 hours, the usage of LED would last roughly 60 times longer. LED lights effectively use the energy consumed to produce a greater amount of visible light. LED lights also emit minimal radiation, meaning the heat produced from the light source is significantly less. This allows for better maintenance of the light source and reduces the unnecessary amount of infrared radiation. An additional feature is that LED lights directionally emit light and limit excessive scatter and reflection of light. 

Because of the energy-efficient qualities of LED lights, they can be used in a variety of practical ways. They are very adaptive light sources and can be an excellent source of light when needing to illuminate large areas, examples being gymnasiums, commercial buildings, or parking lots.

How Visible Light Affects the Individual

In a fast-growing age of technology, our eyes are constantly exposed to numerous sources of light, whether they come from our cell phones, laptops, or the television. With this constant exposure to light, there are certain types of lights that are more harmful than others. And interestingly, the color of light can impact the individual as well.  

Light has a spectrum of wavelengths. The light we are most accustomed to seeing is known as the visible light spectrum, ranging from 380 to 700nm. Red, or warmer, colors have longer wavelengths, while blue, or cooler, colors have shorter wavelengths. The shorter the wavelength, the higher the energy of the light. Therefore, constant exposure to blue light is most harmful for the retina. 

So What Color is Best? 

Though there may not be a specific color of light that is 'best' for the eyes, certain colors can affect an individual. Luckily, LED lights can be customized to emit any specific color the user wants. As stated, constant exposure to blue lights prove more harmful than other colors because of the shorter wavelength that is emitted. Interestingly, blue light has been observed to enhance mood and attention during the day. 

For an individual who is winding down for bed, exposure to green light can aid in regulating the body's circadian rhythm. However, it is important to note that overexposure to green light can negate these effects. Warmer colors of light can also be used as an individual is preparing for sleep. This is because warmer colors have longer wavelengths, and the lower energy of light will not put a strain on the eyes as much as cooler colors can. Yellow light is the best contrast against blue light and can protect the retinas of the eyes. 

Whichever color you opt to use during the day, it is essential to not overexpose the eyes to any light source. An advantage to using LED lights is that they usually have a dimmable feature, which further customizes their uses. Also, there are manufactured LED light bulbs that can also sense the presence of sunlight and adjust its own light accordingly. Therefore, it minimizes the amount of light exposure during the night, and it also is an economic benefit to the user. 

Getting Creative with LED Lights 

LED lights come in a variety of forms such as lamps, strip lights, or vanity mirror lights. There are many ways to customize your personal space just by using LED lights. LED lights can actually be used to grow plants that require minimal lighting. The compact sizes of LED lights and their energy saving features are an advantage to using them over overhead lamps. LED lights are also great for adding a minimalist aesthetic look for interior design. 

The flexibility of LED lights also allows them to be used in artful ways. They can come in sleek designs that allow accenting for curved edges in a home or even around the perimeter of a television. Surface-mounted wall lightings using LED lights can also enhance the vibe of a room. Even neon signs can be made from using LED neon strips, which will add a unique glow to the particular area.

The practical uses of LED lights are endless, as they come in many different forms and shapes. Not only are they energy saving, but they can add a fun pop of color and set the ambiance to any room. They are the ideal lights for those with a creative mind or individuals looking to enhance the aesthetics of a room. 

Shopping Smart for Your Lightbulbs

Nowadays, there are many places to get your light sources from. Boundery has manufactured a variety of LED light bulbs with additional features for safety and custom lighting. One such product, the Night2Day Smart Safety Bulb, has features that allow it to sense when the sun is going down or up. The lightbulb is specifically designed to turn ON or OFF in correlation to the time of day. This particular feature is one of the many advantages of using an LED bulb and can enhance an individual's personalized lifestyle while being a cost-effective decision.  

The many functional uses of LED lights allow them to come in a variety of forms, not just as lightbulbs. One such example is the Magnetic Mini Worklight XP. This versatile light source is portable and does not need to be powered by an outlet to function. It is built to be adaptable to all types of uses from tailgating to camping. 

Understanding what function you want to use your LED light source will aid in your purchase of the type of bulb and specific features you are looking for. 


LED light sources have been shown to emit greater power and have a better lifespan than the traditional incandescent bulb. They last roughly 60 times longer than the traditional lightbulb and convert more of the energy consumed into visible light. They are a more economical choice for users, easier to maintain, and environmentally conscious as well. They are currently used in various applications such as for interior designs, automobiles, and even entertainment setups. Because they are so functional, it is important to know the types of features you want from your LED light source before purchasing them. 

Boundery has been able to manufacture lightbulbs for functional uses in and out of the house. 

The customizability of LED lights also allows the user to choose specific colors they want, illuminating a room. Colors can interestingly affect an individual, and with the use of LED lights, the user will be able to control their preferences. 

There is no denying that the switch to LED lights will only enhance an individual's experience and provide extra functionality to everyday life. 





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