An LED diode is a device used to allow current to flow in only one direction and that emits light when polarized, that is, when it receives current.
The upper semiconductor of the LED is connected to allow current to pass, causing the semiconductor to emit light.
LED diodes have great lighting power that they possess without increasing their temperature and achieving their maximum performance, in addition to not being composed of toxic substances, which makes them recyclable. In addition, they provide energy savings of 80% to 90% and have a long useful life, in addition to their immediate ignition and the light they provide is uniform.
These advantages, added to its small size, allow LED diode strips to be made that can be used in musical presentations, home, shops and industry.
A LED display is an electronic device made up of LEDs, capable of reflecting data, information, images, videos, etc. to an audience.