FAQ

What is junction temperature?

 

Junction temperature is the LED’s active region; the point at which the diode connects to the base. This is where the electrons jump between the two semiconductors to produce photons. A low junction temperature helps LEDs to produce more light and also reduce the lumen depreciation. Junction temperature is affected by the driver current, the thermal path and the ambient temperature.

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Smart Buildings

19.10.2016, Birmingham NEC

Presentation: ‘Connected Lighting for Offices - Beyond Illumination’ by Darren Smith
 

Grand Designs Live

Find us on Stand L190, Technology Zone,
Hall 5

19-23.10.2016, Birmingham NEC

Highway Electrical Association (HEA)
Annual Conference
03.11.2016, Celtic Manor, Newport

WORKTECH 2016

9-10.11.2016, Canary Wharf, London
 

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