How to deal with frequent flashing of LED light strips in life? recolux tells you

How to deal with frequent flashing of LED light strips in life? recolux tells you缩略图

The common reasons and solutions for frequent flickering of LED strip lights are as follows:

How to deal with frequent flashing of LED light strips in life? recolux tells you插图
  1. Unstable voltage: LED strip lights need stable voltage to work. If the home voltage is unstable, it may lead to frequent flickering of LED strip lights. The solution is to use a regulated power supply to ensure that the LED strip gets a stable voltage.
  2. Driving power supply is damaged: If the driving power supply of the LED strip is damaged, it may cause the LED strip to flicker frequently. The solution is to replace the driving power supply.
  3. Wiring Problems: If the wiring of the LED strip has problems, such as short circuit, broken circuit, etc., it may cause the LED strip to flicker frequently. The solution is to check and fix the line problem.
  4. LED lamp bead quality problem: If the LED lamp bead itself has quality problems, such as chip damage, poor heat dissipation, etc., it may lead to frequent flickering of LED light strip. The solution is to replace the LED beads with better quality.
  5. Ambient temperature: the working temperature of the LED strip light will also affect its stability. If the ambient temperature is too high or too low, it may lead to frequent flickering of the LED strip. The solution is to control the ambient temperature within the appropriate range.
  6. Electrostatic damage: If the anti-static work is not done properly during the assembly process, it may lead to the LED's interior being harmed by static electricity, which is highly likely to cause damage to the LED despite the normal voltage and current values applied. This situation may also lead to frequent flickering of the LED strip.

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