EN LED; light-emitting diode
DE LED; LED-Diode
Definīcija: A semiconductor device that converts electrical energy into light, used, for example, for the activity lights on computer disk drives. Light-emitting diodes work on the principle of electroluminescence and are highly efficient, producing little heat for the amount of light output.
Microsoft Terminology 2018. Entry from the Microsoft Language Portal.
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