New Panel Mount Lights for Your Products

Mar 31, 17 New Panel Mount Lights for Your Products

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Panel lights are key components of many products. These must be long lasting and durable to ensure customer satisfaction with the overall product. Many companies have made the switch to panel mount LED lights for their panels since LED lights last far longer than traditional incandescent bulbs. If your company has yet to make a move to panel mount LEDs, now is a great time. There are many configurations and light sizes to work with a wide range of panels. This helps ensure you can easily obtain the right panel mount LED lights for your particular control panel. Talk with a custom vendor about the best panel mount LED lights for your product. Their designers can help you to choose the best product, or even design something custom if one of the off the shelf panels doesn’t work for your product. When you implement panel mount LED lights to your product, you’re certain to see a longer life for your panels, increasing customer satisfaction and decreasing repairs and replacements. This means that switching to panel mount LEDs is cost effective, as well as customer friendly. You may completely offset the price of the new panels through reduced repair and replacements. There are several national vendors that are available to help you with all of your LED needs. These experts can provide you with standard LED lights, as well as create custom lights designed to work perfectly with your product. Their knowledge and expertise can help you to improve your product with better and more customized lighting. New lighting for your panels may be just what your product needs to improve durability, last longer and look more modern. Talk to a LED company to check out panel mount LED lights for your product today. This simple upgrade can really take your product to the next level. Resource: DDP LED’s offers panel mount LED lights. Be the first to...

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LED Lampholders: A Growing Market

Sep 07, 16 LED Lampholders: A Growing Market

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The current market for light-emitting diode (LED) lamps is continuing to grow. It has been fueled by several factors including an energy-concerned public. LEDs offer significant energy savings as well as longer life span. The result has almost mean a growing interest in various components, including LED lampholders. LEDs: Usage Continues to Rise The first LED lights were created in the 1960s. Their use was as limited as their wattage options. It was not until in the 1990s that commercially available LEDs could produce significant brightness to impress the public enough to consider switching from conventional and/or fluorescent lighting. At that point, they glowed blue. Today, you can also purchase them in white. The invention of the “white” LED marked an increased interest in using lights that were energy-efficient and lasted longer. Although initially avoided by many as being too expensive, the continued movement towards LEDs has resulted in increased production. In turn, this has resulted in a decrease in cost that is more than enough to make the lights cost-effective purchases. This has become linked to an unofficial phasing out of other lighting formats to further increase the market share and production levels, while decreasing the costs further. LED Lampholders: Making the Right Switch With a further increase in the availability of LEDs, comes the need to provide the right parts. Without such components as LED lampholders, the change from one format is irrelevant and not sustainable. In the case of switching from one format of lighting to another, it is extremely important to know the current type of lamp holder or socket. In particular, it is essential to know whether the socket or lampholder containing the current lightbulb is shunted or non-shunted. Shunted Lamp Holder Shunted lamp holders are connected or joined. They feature continuity across the contacts. The sockets are usually connected to the electrical circuits internally. As a result, the electrical current can freely flow directly from the ballast to the lamp’s pins. These are commonly found for fluorescent lamps. Non-Shunted...

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