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Three Suggestions for Solving The Deterioration of LED Public Lighting

xiuxiuxiuxiu Posts: 221Registered User Cupcake Princess

The light decay point of Led Public lighting(CLASSIC)

is temperature. LED public lighting has greater luminous efficiency than home, so more attention needs to be paid to the modular design of heat sink fins or similar heat sinks. After completing the installation of this modular base, the paint on the cover is inevitably protected against the weather. However, this process limits heat dissipation and causes LED light to decay.

The long-term input efficiency of LED public lighting causes the modular LED public lighting to generate more heat, which reduces its life and luminous effects. The following are three suggestions for effectively addressing the issue of LED public lighting degradation.

Some basic materials can effectively solve this problem, such as thermal paste. In general, the better the thermal conductivity, the better the heat dissipation. However, thick thermal resistance should be considered. A thick and high thermal resistance film is an obstacle to heat dissipation.

Soft ceramic thermal paste is the first choice for heat dissipation. This is a semi-fluid state. When applied to an aluminum substrate, the thermally conductive particles will penetrate into the gaps of the aluminum substrate. Therefore, it will cut heat resistance at the lowest level to allow heat to be quickly discharged.

The paint can be directly applied to the LED common lighting cover, which is convenient to install and has strong adaptability. This coating can add more thermal particles, resulting in a larger heat sink area for a better heat sink area.

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