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LED Lighting Advisors
Using LED chips for lights, technical design, energy efficiency
I like this image from the noun project icon for LEDs (http://thenounproject.com/term/led/2073/) which is a nice clean icon for LEDs (imaged attached). I prefer it in a blue tone since the LEDs that create the light bulbs are blue emitting semiconductor chips (image attached). I also like the image of a light bulb outline with a green leaf inside since a light bulb is the icon for lighting and the green leaf shows the energy efficiency side of LED lighting (image attached). I was wondering if there is a way to merge these two concepts.
I work on LED lighting and the LED chip is the central part of the technology. I help clients design new product designs. I was hoping to incorporate an LED chip as part of the logo but not mandatory. I like the concept of a "green" light bulb (like the one attached) but it does not differentiate the between CFLs and LED lighting (both of which are considered energy efficient). I want to make sure that the LED technology is representative.