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DOE Issues Research On LED Downlights And On OLED Lighting

OLED lighting still holds potential, according to a US Department of Energy report on available products and promised improvements, while a Snapshot Caliper report on LED downlights reports lower levels of performance improvement relative to other SSL luminaire types. The US Department of Energy (DOE) has released two different solid-state lighting (SSL) reports of late — one focused on OLED usage in...

What’s The Difference Of PC, PMA, Toughened Glass?

Choosing what lenses of your LED light bar is what you may ignore. Len is the most possible neglect one when you buy OLED work light or LED light bar. Usually, there are 3 types of lenses, PMMA, PC and toughen glass. Below is detailed.   PMMA(polymethyl methacrylate), also known as Plexiglas, acrylic, Advantage: Good light transmission, Excellent resistance to many chemicals, At the same strength and durability, it is only...

How Do You Know Whether Your LED Lights Have Cree LED Chips

Ever wonder if your LED is a Real Cree LED?  We have found that with LED’s becoming more and more popular, the market is being flooded with FAKE kind.  Here is some information on how to tell if your LED is a Cree LED or not. It’s a well-known fact that Cree LED Chips have the best performances in output, lifespan, stability, etc. It’s simple to recognize if your LED lights are using Cree LED chips or not. Cree’s...

What Is The Salt Spray Test?

It provides a controlled corrosive environment and has been used to produce relative corrosion resistance information for specimens of metals and coated metals exposed in a  test chamber.   The classical salt spray ( fog ) test ASTM B117 consists of atomizing at salt solution into uniform droplets on specimens supported or suspended between 15-30 ℃ from the v vertical.   The salt solution is a solution of 5% ( in...

Getting To Know Inductors

Introduction. Inductors are components that are simple in their construction, consisting of coils of insulated copper wire wound around a former that will have some type of core at its center. This core might be a metal such as iron that can be easily magnetized; or in high-frequency inductors, it will more likely to be just air.  Inductors depend for their action on the magnetic field that is present around any...