Smaller LEDs for versatility in lighting design


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In 1879, Thomas Edison built his first high resistance incandescent electric light. It worked by passing electricity through a thin platinum filament in a glass vacuum bulb, which delayed the filament from melting. Although the lamp only burned for a few short hours, this was a huge step towards the incredible lighting production that we see today.

Since then, the last 15 years has seen the biggest advancements in lighting. Lightbulbs are now smart enough to listen to our voices, promote a better night’s sleep, and work in sync with other smart home technology. Perhaps the most valuable advancement in lighting though, is the improved quality of LEDs. Today’s high-quality LEDs deliver impressive energy savings of up to 90%, but that’s just scratching the surface.

LEDs are now used everywhere in lighting design. With improved brightness, smaller size, and wide-ranging colour options, LEDs offer lighting designers like us the ability to illuminate your space in many great ways.



Markus Hegi
CEO Relux
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