light-emitting diode

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Synonyms for light-emitting diode

diode such that light emitted at a p-n junction is proportional to the bias current

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The Ocean Blue LED bulb is the newest in the PSL series of G4 style low voltage Silicone Bi-Pin bulbs.
Blue LED models reliably detect targets with dark or reflective surfaces and transparent objects without requiring a reflector.
Abu Dhabi: Shuji Nakamura , the Japanese inventor of the blue LED light, was named given a Lifetime Achievement here in recognition of his pioneering work that has revolutionised lighting across the world.
Blue LED Source Spectrum, Excitation, and Emission Spectra of the Phosphors.
In 1980's, there were two kinds of materials available to develop a blue LED, ZnSe or GaN.
There are different biological and physiological effects according to each wavelength of Blue LED (440-490nm) bactericidal, Green LED (490-565nm) stimulates fibroblast on wound healing, Yellow LED (590-630) stimulates collagen on healing mature and the Red LED (630-780nm) is anti-inflammatory.
Much like the invention of indium-gallium-nitride (InGaN) blue LED to enable an LED lighting revolution, PCOLED 's blue light greatly enhances the performances of OLED as a display or illumination source.
Each burner on the induction stovetop is lined with a ring of blue LED lights.
Blue Led Battery Powered Hurri-cane Lamp: If you are desperate to get out in the cold January air, you'll need one of these.
Notably, however, Arkansas consumers and consumers worldwide are literally seeing the benefits from the winners of the Nobel Prize in physics for "an invention of greatest benefit to mankind." The invention of benefit is the blue light-emitting diode or blue LED. It was invented in 1994 and further perfected by three Japanese physicists--Shuji Nakamura, Isamu Akasaki and Hiroshi Amano--all recipients of the 2014 prize.
Table 1: Blue LED lamps with each peak wavelength at a 5 nm bandwidth interval in the spectrum of 430 to 470 nm (B1 B8 treatment respectively) were used to investigate the effect of each 5 nm bandwidth on green perilla seedling growth
But Tuesday's Nobel Prize in physics to the men who created the first blue LED prompted the retired University of Illinois professor to question why that LED is worthy while his - the very first - is not.
Devising blue LED Red and green diodes had been around for a long time, but devising a blue LED was the Holy Grail -- and achieving it took three long decades.
"Despite considerable efforts, both in the scientific community and in industry, the blue LED had remained a challenge for three decades.