When an electric current is used to the diode, the electrons travel from the N-type semiconductor to the P-type semiconductor. The energy launched from the electron transfer - or from the electrons falling through the openings in the P-type semiconductor - is called a photon, a particle of light. The continuous movement of electrons creates the LED Lenser flashlights and LED Lenser headtorches to emit light bulb for their individuals.
LED could additionally be designed to produce particular wavelengths of light relying on the semiconductor utilized. For example, aluminum gallium arsenide is for red LED, aluminum gallium phosphide is for greed LED, and indium gallium nitride is for blue LED.