LEDs generally have a life expectancy of around 50,000 hours. That would be over 13 years if you used it 10 hours a day. However the real lifetime of LEDs is lower, sometimes as low as one year, due to factors such as heatsink design, the capacitors used, and climate (hot climates mean shorter lifespan).
LED’s last significantly longer than the average lightbulb. Rather than burn out, LEDs fade and decrease their light input. They have been estimated to work at 70% or above for 25,000 – 100,000 hours.
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