Do LED Flood Lights Get Hot?

Do LED Flood Lights Get Hot?

We must consider that many things can be used or serve as fuel in our home, work, store, warehouse, shop or any other place.Hyperlite LED Flood Lights do not emit light from a vacuum as most other bulb types do such as incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes or bulbs. If you are considering to use Hyperlite LED Flood Lights, whether you are looking at a retrofit of full fit solution, you will see whole lists of benefits for changing from incandescent bulbs or fluorescent tubes or bulbs.

These tend to focus on the cost savings and the environmental friendliness of Hyperlite LED Flood Lights, but it is also important to note that they have a much lower chance of causing a fire. Let us see some differences between those lights: Hyperlite LED Flood Lights are more energy efficient because use at least 75% less energy than fluorescent and incandescent lights, this feature will help you saving money. 

Hyperlite LED Flood Lights can withstand rough conditions as they are less breakable and with little maintenance they will be 50 or more times longer than a traditional (incandescent) light and our Hyperlite LED Flood Lights are IP65 rated that means that they are water resistant and dustproof. Overheating is one of the reasons a bulb could start a fire, but that is highly unlikely to happen with Hyperlite LED Flood Lights.

You may feel hot to touch, but they produce light at a significantly lower temperature than incandescent bulbs or fluorescent bulbs. Traditional bulbs use a filament, which loses a lot of energy through heat emissions, and incandescent bulbs generate heat as infrared radiation.

Incandescent bulbs have 1200 hours, the fluorescent bulb has 7000 to 15000 hours (it is a good number comparing it to the incandescent bulb) and our Hyperlite LED Flood Lights have the life span 60000 hours and that is great news for you, you will not to worry about buying lights on a short time but Why are we talking about life span?

Because one of the reasons Hyperlite LED Flood Lights have such a long - life span is because the technology in place uses a heat sink, located at the bulbs base. This draws most of the heat to one area and keeps the electronics relatively cool. Hyperlite LED Lights in its hottest part is approximately half the temperature of a fluorescent or incandescent bulb and emits more light.

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