Introduction to LEDs
Light-emitting diodes are referred to as LEDs for short. Made of compounds containing gallium (Ga), arsenic (As), phosphorus (P), nitrogen (N), and the like.
When electrons and holes recombine, they can emit visible light, so they can be used to make light-emitting diodes. Used as indicator lights in circuits and instruments, or composed of text or digital displays. Gallium arsenide diodes emit red light, gallium phosphide diodes emit green light, silicon carbide diodes emit yellow light, and gallium nitride diodes emit blue light. Due to chemical properties, it can be divided into organic light emitting diode OLED and inorganic light emitting diode LED.