|Input Voltage||DC 12 V|
|LED Power||50 Watts|
|Luminous Efffifiicient||140 lm/W|
|Lumen flFlux||7,000 Lm|
|LED Life||>50,000 hrs.|
|Housing Material||Aluminium, Glass|
|Battery||Deep Cycle VRLA 12v 100Ah|
|Solar Panel Type||Polycrystalline 120W|
|Solar Panel Dimension||670 x 1030 x 30 mm.|
|Solar Panel weight||8.23 kg.|
|Solar Panel Support||Ø 68 mm.|
|Controller||PWM Controller 12V 10A|
|Solar Change Time||3-6 Hours|
|Working Time||12 Hours|
|Lamp Dimension||210 x 523 x 60 mm.|
|Lamp weight||4.00 kg.|
|Lamp Warranty||3 Years|
|Battery Warranty||1 Years|
|Solar Panel Warranty||10 Years|
What is an LED bulb? Believe it or not, this question is even for electricians working on lighting in a home or building. May not know what the actual technical details of LED lamps are. We're sure you readers are curious to know what this super bright white LED bulb is. And in order not to waste time, let's understand together.
What is an LED bulb?
An LED is (Light Emitting Diode) or 'Light Emitting Diode' that can be installed in electronic devices to display status. Including to use as a different light source, which we are most familiar with is the LED lamp that has a variety of shapes to choose from.
LED lamps are made of semiconductors. (Semiconductor) 2 types to be placed next to each other. It consists of 1. part that is positive (Positive Type) 2. part that is negative (Negative Type) The part that connects between the semiconductor positive and negative terminal is called P-N Junction when the current flows through the two semiconductors. The free electrons on the negative side (N-Type) travel to the positive side (P-Type) and emits light.