What is LED?
LED (Light-Emitting Diode) lights are very small, but powerful sources of light that illuminate when electrons move through semiconductor materials. They use up to 90% less amp draw versus a traditional incandescent bulb. They produce a small fraction of the heat of a fluorescent and incandescent light and last longer than other types of lighting.
The expected life of an LED light is around 100,000 hours or about six times as long as a traditional style trailer light bulb. They are programmable, vibration resistant, maintenance free and can provide numerous colors of light.
Another major difference between LED and incandescent lights is the ability to absorb vibrations from the road. LED lamps tend to last longer because they do not use traditional wire filaments, which can be very delicate.
LED lights have a much faster response time and brighter illumination than incandescent lights. It only takes a fraction of a second to get to maximum brightness, which can result in a quicker reaction from other drivers.
LED's are an energy-efficient alternative to traditional incandescent light bulbs, which can waste up to 90 percent of the energy they consume on heat. This provides more power for other electrical needs you may have. LED is an eco-friendly lighting choice.