Free Tutorials Educate Consumers About LEDs

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Elemental LED’s LEDucation makes learning new technology easy and fun!

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We realized that many consumers think using LED lights is more complicated than it actually is. That's why we came up with LEDucation.

Curious consumers now have a better way of learning about the most energy efficient and stylish lighting option on the market—LEDs. SF-based LED lighting retailer Elemental LED recently launched LEDucation, an online learning center for all things LED. Comprised of both instructional PDFs and videos, LEDucation ensures that any LED consumer can easily understand how to assemble their LED product, and/or how to modify LED products to fit their individual needs.

“We realized that many consumers think using LED lights is more complicated than it actually is. We want to make sure that everybody can reap the benefits of LED lights, which include saving electricity, reducing your carbon footprint and improving the aesthetics of your home. That’s why we came up with LEDucation,” says Elemental LED CEO Max Darling.
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LEDucation provides clear instruction on LED installation, putting power in the hands of consumers to customize their lighting solutions on an individual and situational basis. Plus, the instructional videos make LED installation easy, even fun! Here are some LEDucation topics, with more being added every day.

How To

  •      Connect a flexible LED strip light
  •      Connect a waterproof strip or bar
  •      Make an under cabinet installation
  •      Connect an RGB LED strip light
  •      Choose a power source for an LED light

What Is

  •      Color Temperature
  •      The right amount of power for my fixture
  •      The correct connector type for my fixture
  •      Lumens
  •      IP Rating

Visit our LEDucation page to see more articles and instructions, and get LEDucated today!


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