Archive for August, 2014

How LED lights work

LED stands for Light Emitting Diode and it’s a component you’ll already be familiar with from all sorts of everyday objects where they’ve been used for many years: they’re the numbers on your digital clock, the light on your remote control which transmits instructions to the TV and the power indicator lights on your appliances […]

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How to conserve energy in your home

With rising utility bills and an increased awareness of our environmental impact, lots of people are looking for possible ways in which to conserve energy in the home, so we thought we’d take a look at some of the reasonably simple steps we can all take to do just that. Most people are aware that […]

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What is an LED Driver or Transformer?

An LED Driver takes AC (Alternating Current) and changes it to DC (Direct Current) which is how most LED bulbs work.  In most of SERA’s LED bulbs, the LED Driver is in the back on the bulb.  This is not the case with every bulb on the market. Some manufactures require you to use a […]

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