Single LED: The LED chip, which determines the raw brightness and activity factor, the phosphorus layer that determines the color and color balance of the light, are semiconductor diodes consisting of the package part, which protects both the LED chip and the phosphorus plug, as well as the package part, which helps to oscillate light and heat. They are placed on a printed circuit board (PCB) in singular or multiple quantities according to the shape of the drawn electronic circuit. The resulting LED module is used as a light source.
COB LED: Specially designed for lighting, module LEDs are easier to assemble and replace. COB LEDs have a large number of chips within a certain diameter. These chips are covered with phosphorus layer. Although it contains a large number of light sources, these modules are used like lamps.
Linear LED: It is created by lining individual (LED) LEDs on a printed circuit board, which can also be flexible in the form of strips. In linear lighting applications, it is used in desired sizes. In addition, since the circuit board is flexible, profile application can be made in desired ways (e.g. round). It is a derivative of single LED.
DC LED: They are LED systems that work with direct current. In these systems, a drive is used that stabilizes the current in which the LED will operate.
AC LED: THEY are LED systems that work by connecting to the electrical grid through a drive that works with alternating current.
RGB LED: LeDs that can change color thanks to their special structure and drive. An RGB-enabled LED can get 16.7 million different colors.