How to Cool Your LED Light in Burning Hot Summer?

The scorching summer is coming, The maximum outdoor temperature in most parts of the country can reach above 40 °C. The temperature of the LED display without the cooling system can be as high as 70 °C, which is undoubtedly a big challenge for LED lifetime and operational stability.

We know that electronic products have a commonality. Take mobile phones as an example. When the operating temperature becomes high, the feeling is obviously hot, the power consumption will be faster, and there will be problems such as card machine and even automatic shutdown. The LED display is no exception. When the temperature is high, the probability of occurrence of problems will increase, and the stability and service life of the product will also be affected.

It’s well known that electronic products have a general character, taking mobile phones as an example, when the operating temperature becomes high,body is obviously hot then power consumption will be faster, and there will be problems such as jammed machine and even automatic shutdown. The LED display screen is no exception. A rise in temperature will lead to bigger possibility of problems. Moreover,the stability and service life of the product will also be affected.

According to the conservation of energy, if all the energy of the LED display cannot be used for illumination, extra energy only can be consumed by emitting heat, which will increase the temperature of the screen and do harm to LED itself.

Most users lower screen temperature by adopting measures such as adding an exhaust fan and adding air conditioning, but this also further increases the power consumption to some extent. So why don’t we reduce the temperature of the LED light from the source?

Why do we buy LED light with PA thermal conductive plastics, which have excellent thermal diffusivity. Oeegoo LED Lights are all equipped with PA thermal conductive plastics covers, working temperature is below 20-40°C. Good insulation and heat dissipation keep your LED light cool in this hot summer.

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