The gray level of an LED linear light refers to the number of different intensity levels or shades of gray that the LED can produce. It is closely related to the color depth or bit depth of the LED light.
In LED lighting, gray level is typically associated with the ability to control the brightness or intensity of the light emitted by the LEDs. The higher the gray level, the finer the control over brightness levels, resulting in a smoother and more precise dimming capability.
The gray level is often expressed in terms of bits. For example, an 8-bit gray level provides 256 (2^8) different intensity levels, ranging from 0 (off) to 255 (maximum brightness). Similarly, a 16-bit gray level offers 65,536 (2^16) levels of intensity control.
Higher gray levels allow for better color control and smoother gradients in lighting applications. However, it’s important to note that the gray level of an LED linear light can vary depending on the specific LED driver, control system, and dimming method used. It’s recommended to consult the product specifications or technical documentation provided by the manufacturer to determine the gray level capabilities of a particular LED linear light.