High Power LEDs are a type of LED designed to produce a large amount of light from a small package. They are designed to replace traditional bulbs and fluorescent tubes due to their higher efficiency and long life span. High Power LEDs typically produce between 20 and 120 lumens/watt and have a life of around 100,000 hours, compared to traditional bulbs which typically produce 8-10 lumens/watt and have a life of around 1000-2000 hours. High Power LEDs are used in a variety of applications including automotive lighting, outdoor lighting, signage, and other general lighting. They can be used in a variety of configurations, such as single point sources, lamps, and multi-point arrays. High Power LEDs are available in a variety of colors, such as warm white, cool white, and daylight white. While they normally cost more than traditional bulbs, their increased efficiency and long life mean that they can save money in the long run.