The LED is a light-emitting semiconductor component. This technology was developed in 1962 and was introduced into private use in 1992.
This technology is many times more durable than conventional light bulbs. The service life is 50,000 operating hours. Conventional light bulbs have a life of 1,000 operating hours.
Another major advantage over light bulbs is their power efficiency. LED bulbs consume up to 95% less energy.