Low Voltage Outdoor String Lights Suppliers Describes How To Solve The Problem Of Flickering Lights


Low Voltage Outdoor String Lights Suppliers describes h […]

Low Voltage Outdoor String Lights Suppliers describes how to solve the problem of flickering lights:

1. The led lamp bead does not match the led drive power supply. Normally, a single 1w lamp bead withstands current: 280-300ma, voltage: 3.0-3.4v. If the lamp bead chip is not of sufficient power, it will cause the light source to flicker. The phenomenon, the lamp bead will turn on and off if the current is too high, and the gold wire or copper wire built in the lamp bead will be burnt, causing the lamp bead to not light up.

2. It may be that the driving power supply is broken, so long as it is replaced with another good driving power supply, it will not flash.

3. If the driver has an over-temperature protection function, and the material heat dissipation performance of the lamp cannot meet the requirements, the over-temperature protection of the driver will flash and disappear when it starts working, for example, 20w floodlight housing is used to assemble 30w For lamps, this will happen if the heat dissipation work is not done well.

4. If the outdoor lamp also has the appearance of flashing on and off, then the lamp has entered the water. The consequence is that it will not light up when it flashes. The lamp beads and driver are broken. If the driver is waterproof, just break the lamp beads and replace the light source.

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