Commercial LED Lighting technology has reached a safe point of maturity for mass application. However, high component quality and warranty backing are still of the utmost importance.


There are a few main components and design styles of LED lights that make a quality LED shine brighter, for longer, all while consuming less energy.

  • THE DRIVER – this is the power supply controller, similar to a ballast in fluorescent lights. Because LEDs are low-voltage light sources that require a constant DC current, they need a device to convert the AC line power to a supply they require. The driver supplies a constant, consistent DC voltage and current to the LED light. The higher the quality of the driver, the longer your LED light will last. Components within the driver will determine its quality, so using a reputable brand power supply is highly recommended.
  • THE CHIPSET – this series group of LED Chips that are the little electrical circuits that create the light through a light emitting diode. Like any electrical device or circuitry, they can be put together with poor products or quality products, and by man or machines. Again a reputable brand chipset is highly recommended.
  • HEAT SINK – the knock on LEDs is that they are adversely affected by temperature, so their ability to dissipate and remove heat from the chipset is vital. Research and design of the light itself and the incorporation of effective heat sinks and cooling fins will not only extend the life of the light, but ensure its reliability.

These 3 main components and designs of an LED will greatly effect your experience moving to this technology. Future Sustainability has taken the guess work out of choosing an LED of quality through our vast and continuous research into the latest and best quality lights. Whether it be Brisbane commercial LED, Gold Coast commercial LED, or Melbourne commercial LED, we offer reliable and affordable led lighting solutions.



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