Highly efficient but expensive, LED lighting has improved enough to make it a practical alternative / by Dynamic Designs NW


Rarely has technology so old advanced so far in so short a period of time.

Within the past two years, LED lights -- first developed a century ago but long thought of only as those little red lights that made your radio, calculator and VCR glow in the dark -- have taken a giant leap forward.

Now, the light-emitting diodes (LEDs) formerly used as beacons for electronic buttons and flashlights are bright enough to illuminate an entire room -- and not just with colored lights, but with a quality of white light that is making designers, architects and electricians, suddenly take notice.

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Courtesy The Press Democrat