Best Uses For LED Light Panels

Cool white or blue white temperatures:

    • Showcasing products

    • Illuminate dark, cramped spaces

    • Create a contrast

Cool temperature lights are excellent for under-cabinet lighting, creating a contemporary environment to display art, and product display.

Warm white or red temperature lights:

    • Create a relaxed environment

    • Increase appetite (such as in a restaurant or kitchen)

    • In-home lighting (such as in a bedroom or other relaxed areas

How to determine the lifetime of an LED?

The lifetime of an LED bulb is determined when the electroluminescence has fallen to 70% of its original luminescence output. It should be noted that an LED bulb will continue to function after this time but at a reduced electroluminescence output. 

Luminaires classification classes I, II and III

All luminaires should be classified according to the protection they provide against electric shock. The labeling is divided into classes I, II and III and indicates the type of insulation protection products have.

IEC 60598 sets the regulations for luminaires. A fixture may only be labeled with one class. This means, for example, that a low-voltage luminaire with built-in transformer and grounded 230V cable will be labeled Class I.

Class I

If a luminaire have Class I, that means it is only protected by basic insulation, and that conductive touchable parts are also connected to ground. Non-wired luminaires shall have a connection ground for protective ground. This is called Basic insulation.

For fixed-mounted LED-light engines in a Class I luminaire, a creepage distance of 2.5mm and an air gap of 1.5mm is required.
(EN 62003-1 refers to standard EN60598-1 (Section 11), Table 11.1. Annex M)

Anders has a crepage distance of 2.5mm and is suitable for Class I fixtures.

For 230VAC luminaires, a voltage rating of 2x230V + 1000V = 1460V, is required.
(EN 62003-1 refers to standard EN61347-1 (Clause 12), Table 1).

Symbol for Class I products with protective ground requirements.

Class II

Class II luminaires have protection against electrical shock based solely on the basic insulation and an additional safety measure, such as double insulation or reinforced insulation. They may be connected to grounded outlet with European connector. This is called Reinforced Insulation.

For fixed-mounted LED modules in a Class II luminaire, a crepage distance of 5mm and aperture of 3mm applies.
(EN 620031 refers to standard EN60598-1 (Section 11), Table 11.1, Annex M).

Gustav has a crepage distance of 5mm and is suitable for Class II fixtures.

AC LED-light engines with only 2.5mm crepage distance on the PCB can be provided with insulating pads underneath which extend beyond 2.5mm outside thus gives the LED engine a 5mm crepage distance. In those cases, the PCB must be fitted with insulated nylon screws.

For 230V luminaires with class II,  a voltage rating of 4x230V + 2750V = 3670V is required.
(EN 62003-1 refers to standard EN61347-1 (Clause 12), Table 1).

Class II luminaires must be designed so that no electrified parts can be touched.

Symbol for Class II products with extra isolation requirements.

Class III

Class III luminaire are fed from an external transformer. The protection against electric shock is based on feeding with Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) from a protection transformer max 50V AC or 120V DC. The luminaire may not generate higher voltage.

Victor ID is a low voltage module for Class III fixtures.

Symbol for low voltage products with Class III.

What color of light can LED emit?

Light color is associated with the light wavelength. LEDs made with different semiconductor materials emit lights in different wavelengths. LED light wavelengths range from 400 nanometers (blue) to 800 nanometers (red). The colors of popularly available LEDs in the market are white (2600K~6500K) and RGB color changing.

What is the LED?

A light emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor device that emits visible light when electrical current passes through it, it is a special kind of diode.

LED downlight application

Hotels,Conference / Meeting rooms/Factories & Offices/Commercial Purposes/Residential / Institution Buildings;/Schools, Colleges & Universities/ Hospitals and Other Lighting;