How to Choose the Correct LED Strip?
With the rapid development of LED technology, it is now available in a very bright version so that the user can use it as a task or, in rare cases, even as the main light source. Its use is popular in the private and commercial sectors. You can now also look for the best colour changing downlights online.
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So, we've put together the main light bar features that consumers need to consider in order to make the right choice:-
Of all the determinants above, perhaps the most important is the type and size of the LEDs, both of which determine their brightness or performance. How the performance of various LED technologies and diode sizes change. The newer the LED technology is and the bigger it is, the brighter it will be.
Another determining factor for performance is of course the number of LEDs in the strip per meter. The higher the number, the lighter the blade, although very high numbers in one meter often require special technology.
For strips with a large number of LEDs, always check their position, as too close together LEDs give off too much heat and radically shorten the service life of the strips. The LED color range is now unlimited as any color can be created using RGB technology.
There are usually two or three shades of white: light or cool white – a very light bluish-white version, warm white – which is a little yellowish like the sun, and natural white – a combination of both to varying degrees. White color temperature is measured in Kelvin, and higher color temperatures (about 5000 K) are cool colors or bluish-white, and lower ones (2700-3000 K) are warmer whites.