LED Worklamps

LED Worklamps

 

Light Output - Theoretical vs Measured

With their luminous efficiency continuing to increase, LEDs have rapidly become the ‘MUST HAVE’ light source for work lamps of all sizes and utility.

the newer the technology the greater the frequency of confusing and misleading information in the market. This is especially true with LED technology. The most confused of these is the light output figures quoted by many manufacturers.

The light output claims made by LED worklamp manufacturers and suppliers should be questioned in detail because often they quote a mathematically calculated lumen figure based upon trigger pulse measurements provided by LED component makers, and have no relationship to a completed product’s actual light output, but is a purely theoretical lumen rating that cannot actually be achieved in real world conditions.

The real light output depends upon many factors including how effective the lamp body is at dissipating heat, plus the quality and the efficiency of the electronics and lens.

To ensure our customers can make a fair and informed decision, Nordic Lights are now presenting both Theoretical and a "stabilised" Operating Lumen Output value for the entire LED Worklamp range.

e.g. Theoretical Lumen Output: 4300lm
Operating Lumen Output: 2700lm

Theoretical is mathematically calculated as explained above.

Operating Lumen Output is measured once the work lamp has run for a period of time reaching a stable thermal level and represents a real world lumen output for a lamp used in normal conditions.

LED Technology

Unrivalled lifespans of up to 100,000 hours together with low power consumption and resistance to high levels of shock and vibration make LEDs the ideal light source for emergency lighting.

Their compact size allows them to be used in a wide range of applications from surface mount flashing lamps to rotating beacons.

 

 
 

 

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