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Something you should know About Led Linear
LEDs are becoming increasingly popular and more high-quality LED
linear lighting products
A single high power LED can produce about 80 lumens of light. In order to
produce adequate lighting, therefore, an LED fixture must contain groups of
LED Color Temperature
LED Color Temperature is a measure of the color appearance of a light
source which helps describe the apparent warmth, coolness of light.
LED Color Rendering
LED Color Rendering Color rendering index (CRI) is the ability for any
light source to render colors accurately.
LED Efficacy As With All Light Sources
The efficacy of LEDs is measured in lumens/watt, the amount of light
produced by one unit of power. Warm white LEDs produce between
LED Drivers Fluorescent Light
LED Drivers Fluorescent light bulbs require ballast in order to function.
The ballast provides a starting voltage and limits the electrical current
to the light.
LED Heat Generation
It is a myth that LEDs do not generate heat. In fact, all light source
LEDs do not burn out like an incandescent light bulb. Instead they get
progressively dimmer over their lifetime until they no longer emit
enough light to be useful.
Infrared and UV Radiation
White LEDs do not emit infrared, or heat, radiation like an
incandescent light. In addition, white LEDs do not create ultraviolet
radiation (UV rays) like a fluorescent light.