Is LED Light Harmful To The Eyes?
I am considering replacing my desktop light which is powered by a 30 watt incandescent bulb, with an LED (Light Emitting Diode) lamp of lower wattage. Please help me decide.
With the recent studies it has been found that 99% of the cells in our retina can be damaged by Light emitting diodes (LEDs), and if you use LEDs a lot you should be carefull...
Yes It is when it directly hits your eye from the source
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