Since LED garden lights only started to park their tanks for low-voltage outdoor lighting in the yard a few years ago, their popularity has grown tremendously. LED outdoor lighting allows for an amazing after-dark effect and is still very easy to install. You can now look for superior outdoor color changing lights with ease. 

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Most outdoor LED lighting, similar to traditional garden lighting, typically uses a low-voltage 12V DC supply from an indoor power transformer. However, the similarities end as LED garden lights use only 10% more electricity than conventional bulbs or halogen bulbs.

The reason is simple; LED lamps are made by excitation of electrons that emit photons (light), whereas conventional light bulbs burn a filament which, along with all the heat, emits a random amount of light. This is a very different approach to the light generation process. 

LEDs are intentionally designed to emit light and nothing else; A light bulb is basically a small heating device that only emits light as a by-product. For garden lighting, these properties make LED outdoor lights ideal for cold running and using little electricity. It should be noted that most LED garden lights have an effective life of a decade or more, which reduces maintenance.

LED garden lights are available in all versions. The most common colors are white and blue, but other colors are also available, as well as LED lights with varying colors. One of the most striking features of LED garden lights is their fresh and clean appearance.