What is LED tri-proof light?

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What is LED tri-proof light? As the name suggests, LED tri-proof light refers to a special light that is anti-corrosion, waterproof, and anti-oxidation. Compared with ordinary lamps, tri-proof lamps provide more complete protection for the circuit control board, making the lamps have a longer life. The electrical sealing boxes of some lamps generally have a defect of weak heat dissipation ability, and LED tri-proof lamps have made improvements in this aspect: using a dedicated working circuit for smart temperature-controlled tri-proof lamps, the operating temperature of the power inverter is reduced, which is more effective for strong heat dissipation. The electrical isolation protection circuit and double insulation treatment of connectors ensure the safety and reliability of the line.

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What are the advantages of LED tri-proof lights?

  1. LED is environmentally friendly: There are no ultraviolet and infrared rays in the LED spectrum, low heat, and no flicker. No flicker can protect eyesight, and the waste can be recycled. It has no pollution and does not contain harmful elements such as mercury. It is safe to touch and is truly green lighting. light source.
  2. LED tri-proof lights have a very long service life. Generally speaking, LED light sources are called longevity lights. There are no loose parts in the lamp body, so there is no phenomenon that the filament will emit heat and burn easily. Therefore, the service life of the LED tri-proof lamp can reach 50,000 to 100,000 hours, which is more than ten times longer than that of traditional light sources and greatly reduces replacement and maintenance costs.
  3. LED tri-proof lights are very energy-saving. They are DC-driven and consume very low power. Under the same lighting effect, LED tri-proof lights save at least 80% more energy than traditional light sources.

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