LED Education

Electrix Task first began producing LED lights in 1997. By converting early, Electrix used fine cutting-edge technology to produce and develop a complete LED product line featuring superior design, engineering and manufacturing.

What are LEDs?

An LED uses light- emitting diodes, a semiconductor device, to produce light with a greater lumen output with dramatically lower energy use.

What are LEDr bulbs?

LEDr are replacement LED bulbs that can substitute traditional incandescent or fluorescent bulbs, in compatible devices. Using a fraction of the wattage required to power an incandescent bulb, they are designed to be adaptable to our task products. They are shaped as a standard A-type bulb and can be used for a wide variety of applications.


LED Advantages in Task

Electrix provides exceptional design for task products. LED technology has become the new standard in task lighting. Brighter and more energy efficient, they last longer, lowering utility expenses and maximizing the benefit of visual aid. Our task lighting offers the highest lumen output at the lowest wattage in class. LED lighting features high light levels at a lower wattage. They offer direct lighting, delivering a more precise, light-on-target illumination. Other advantages include more efficient dimming. LED generates less heat, meaning the luminaires will also last longer.

Life Span

LED lights can sustain a running life of approximately 50,000 hours, equating to 25 years of use. This means their usage longevity exceeds traditional incandescent bulbs by a staggering 50 times.


Using 75% less energy than incandescent bulbs, LED lighting is a more energy efficient alternate for lighting fixtures. Fewer LED lights are required to achieve the same level of brightness given off by fluorescents and incandescent lights. Fewer lights also reduce the amount of energy consumption, therefore offering energy savings with less maintenance and an overall return on investments.



LEDs extended life span means lowered carbon emissions into the atmosphere. The end result is reduction in required bulb replacement, usage of fewer lights, thus, minimalizing environmentally harmful manufacturing processes. In terms of process, the integration of LED in lighting production requires a significantly lessened energy output than that of incandescent bulbs. Additionally, LED products are mercury free and the absence of toxic components means that the disposal does not cause further contamination, helping to protect the environment from supplementary toxic waste.