A new, high-tech lighting technology called Fluorescent Light Emitting Diode (FLED) will replace bulb-based lighting in most homes and businesses in the coming years.
The new LED bulbs, which are designed to be compact and efficient, will be more efficient than bulb-powered lights, according to researchers from MIT and Harvard University.
The technology, which is already being deployed in the lighting industry, will provide more efficient light output than current bulbs in both daylight and nighttime lighting.
The researchers also say that FLED technology will allow homeowners to better regulate lighting.
LED lighting can be expensive, but they’re much cheaper than traditional bulbs.
The cost of LEDs can be between $50 and $200 per bulb, which can be a significant difference between homeowners who choose LED bulbs for their home or office, and those who opt for traditional bulbs that require expensive installation and maintenance.
FLED is a combination of two technologies, both of which have been developed by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard.
The first is the technology that powers the LED bulbs.
It uses a thin film of semiconductors called LED photodiodes, which consist of two layers of semiconductor and silicon.
The second technology is the light-emitting diode, or LED.
LEDs can emit light, which they can store and convert into electricity.
FLTD LED bulbs are designed so that they can be made smaller, cheaper and more efficient.
The bulbs are now being used in residential lighting, commercial lighting, and other commercial applications.
They can be used for outdoor lighting, as well as lighting the homes and offices of individuals and businesses, such as theaters and movie theaters.
They are currently being tested in homes and commercial applications in California and Florida, with more tests expected in the near future.
“We think that there is a significant potential for LED lighting to be a very efficient alternative to traditional lighting,” said Mark Gavilanes, a professor of materials science and engineering at MIT.
“This is a big step forward in lighting, because we can take this technology and put it into the marketplace with very little engineering and minimal investment.”
The new FLED bulbs will cost $20 to $30 per watt, which could be a big savings for consumers.
The average household will save between $2 and $4 per year from the addition of FLED LEDs to their lighting, according the researchers.
LED light bulbs will be available for purchase by the end of 2018.
FLDD bulbs will have an efficiency rating of between 20 and 60 percent, according TOHS, and they can produce as much light as traditional LEDs for an amount of light output equal to 1,000 times less light than current LED bulbs in sunlight.
FLID light bulbs are also environmentally friendly, since they don’t require any kind of energy to operate.
They emit light with a wavelength of 2.8 nanometers, which makes them ideal for indoor and outdoor lighting.
FLIED light bulbs also have a higher efficiency than conventional LEDs, because they are smaller and can be more compact.
For example, a 1,200 watt FLED bulb produces less energy than a 1.2 million watt bulb.
However, FLED LED bulbs have a lower energy density, which means that they are less energy-efficient than bulbs that are larger and have higher energy densities.
The most important advantage of FLLED bulbs is that they have a greater energy density than conventional bulbs.
This means that more light is produced at one watt, and this is more efficient for energy use.
This is especially important for outdoor applications, which require more energy consumption.
FLLED lighting is also much more energy-friendly than traditional LED lights because they emit fewer heat-trapping particles.
“It’s very important for homeowners that they understand that these LEDs can produce a lot more energy and be more energy efficient than the bulbs that come out of a traditional LED bulb,” said Gavillanes.
“There is an opportunity to lower the energy use of their lights in many cases, which in turn reduces the amount of energy that they consume.”
The research was published in the journal Applied Physics Letters.