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  • Ask: What is electroluminescent lighting?

    Answer: Electroluminescence is the emission of light caused by the interaction of an electric field with a solid. Electroluminescent panels became commercially available in the 1950s and are used for back lighting and graphic displays.

  • Ask: What is electroluminescence in LED?

    Answer: Electroluminescent lighting refers to cool, continuous, low-powered devices that cast a soft light without any glare. Its low-power consumption makes electroluminescent lighting a competitor of other technologies, like neon or fluorescent lighting.

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  • Ask: How do EL panels work?

    Answer: LEDs create light by electroluminescence in a semiconductor material. Electroluminescence is the phenomenon of a material emitting light when electric current or an electric field is passed through it - this happens when electrons are sent through the material and fill electron holes. ... They emit photons (light).

  • Ask: Can you cut electroluminescent tape?

    Answer: To put it simply EL lamps or "high field electroluminescent" lamps use electric current directly through a phosphor to make light. Unlike most lamps, they can be shaped to be extremely flat, or in narrow wire-like shapes. Electroluminescence or "EL" is the non-thermal conversion of electrical energy into light energy.

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