LED Cooling technology

by / Wednesday, 28 March 2018 / Published in Company Blog

mingfatech-cooling-technologyLast year, Jack Dyson, the son of British inventor James Dyson, just announced one of his research and development achievements: The use of heat pipe technology to cool LED lighting fixtures, allowing them to achieve more sustained and stable lighting effects. This technology is said to have consumed Jack Dyson and the team behind him for ten years. Previously, heat pipe cool technology was mainly used in the cool of satellites and processors. No one had ever thought of using it in civilian lighting.

CSYS lamp using this technology has built 8 high-powers LED lamp beads with an interval of 8mm, and can achieve 8mm dense arrangement, so the lighting of output 648LUX is achieved in a space of 1 square meter (a common white knit lamp Several times ) parameters and have a sustained high brightness output lifetime of 144,000 hours.

Although LEDs theoretically have long lifetimes, their effectiveness may decrease over time if there is no effective cool, resulting in inefficient lighting and loss of brightness. The light is dim. It may bring about a bad lighting experience, not to mention the cost of replacing the light bulb or even the light source itself.

Jake Dyson and his team of engineers began to solve this issue. By using to heat pipe technology to cool leading, Jack developed a powerful LED lighting product that meets the needs of users. Heat pipe technology cools the LEDs to maintain brightness. The Dyson CSYS lamp has a vacuum-tight copper tube that is laid along a horizontal lighthouse. There is a drop of water in each sealed copper tube. After turning on the lights, the heat produced by the LED turns the water into steam in the tube. Under the pressure difference , the steam starts to move along the tube. Once the steam reaches the cool zone of the copper tube, it will condense and return to the water, causing the heat energy to dissipate. Then, the water is sucked back into the LED direction and the cool cycle of the LED starts again.

Share Button
TOP