How to tell if a lamp is an electric lamp and not an LED lamp
Posted January 05, 2019 07:18:24 If you’ve ever seen a car with an electric motor, you’ve probably seen the headlights turn red when a battery is running.
But is it an LED light?
This is a question that many of us are asking ourselves.
We’ve also been asked about the LED light bulbs that are used in a lot of modern homes and cars, and whether they are powered by a rechargeable battery.
What is an LED?
An LED is a green, fluorescent light, but with a much longer wavelength than most fluorescent lights.
It is brighter than most of the typical incandescent bulbs in use, but much less efficient.
Its main advantage is that it has a longer wavelength.
Unlike the fluorescent light bulbs, LEDs are rechargeable.
They work by shining a short, bright light.
If you are considering a new light, you may want to look at whether the bulb is a rechargeably-powered LED lamp or an LED flashlight.
The difference in brightness is a little more subtle, but LED lightbulbs have much brighter than fluorescent lights, which can give a very dark effect.
LEDs can be used as a source of light for light-emitting diodes, but it is important to note that they can also be used to power certain kinds of devices.
This article is based on a story from ABC News Australia, titled: “How to tell whether a lamp or LED lamp is a LED lamp and an LED flash”.
It was originally published in March 2019.