LEP (Light Emitting Plasma)

Light Emitting Plasma (LEP) is a type of solid-state lighting technology that uses an electric charge to generate light. It combines the efficiency of light-emitting diodes with the high brightness of fluorescent lighting, and produces bright, energy-efficient illumination that can last up to 50 percent longer than traditional lighting sources. LEPs are also known for their ability to mimic the color and quality of natural daylight, making them an increasingly popular choice for architectural and home lighting applications.

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Edward Worrell
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