I don’t know if you have found that whether it is LED bulbs, LED ceiling lights, LED table lamps, LED flood lights, LED high bay lights, etc., it is easier to break in summer, and the probability of failure is much higher than that in winter. Why?
The answer is one: the heat dissipation of the lamps is not good, the temperature in summer is relatively high, and the LED lamps will also heat up when they emit light, and the lamps are burned out.
So what's causing it?
1. The heat-conducting material of the lamps is not enough. For example, the existing inferior light bulbs are all plastic, and there is no radiator for heat dissipation. The heat of the light source cannot be dissipated.
2. The heat dissipation design of lamps and lanterns is unreasonable. Many lamps have no heat dissipation design at all. They are assembled directly with accessories, and they have not been tested by scientific experiments. How can they not be broken?
3. The installation environment is unreasonable. The installation of LED lamps requires a certain amount of heat dissipation space to dissipate heat. In addition, the installation environment is humid, and LED lamps are easily damaged in a humid environment, because LED lamps are composed of electronic components. Affect performance and lead to easy damage. For this reason, only users themselves pay attention.
To sum up, LED lamps are easy to break in summer, mainly because of the quality and use of lamps, and you need to pay attention in the process of selecting lamps and using lamps.