2012 figures

So LED is the new big thing, but what’s everyone really getting worked up about its only a few lamps after all. . . .

Well after someone has kindly compiled all the figures and put them out there in a big report, I have taken the key points and dropped them on here.

LED lighting, which includes LED replacement lamps and luminaires (That’s light fittings with LED’s already in them) count for $3.1 billion and is now the biggest sector pushing automotive into 2nd slot. This shows how the market is moving at a rapid pace (not just in development) as that is a jaw dropping increase over 2011.

The top 3 suppliers into the packaged LED market were;

Nichia

Samsung LED

Osram opto semiconductors

(With Philips taking joint 5th and Cree coming in at 7th)

Notable shift in production from Taiwan, slipping 4% to 15% to China growing 2% upto 8% by worldwide sales.

Source credited to Strategies Unlimited (Web Site: www.strategies-u.com) Also see http://ledsmagazine.com/news/10/2/14

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~ by futurelamps on February 18, 2013.

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