LEDs use the solid state device itself to generate light, with electrodes embedded in dielectric material. LEPs or Light Emitting Plasma (as opposed to Light Emitting Polymer) have a sub-assembly in which the bulb is actually embedded in dielectric material. LEPs use the solid state device to emit radio frequency energy that excites the contents of a bulb to a plasma state, generating an intense light.
Basically, there are more steps to how the LEP creates light than the LED, but LEPs are more efficient because they don’t use degradable electrodes. LEPs are also capable of a higher light intensity than LEDs, which cover only low to mid lighting.
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