In LED light strip applications, which range from retail displays to vehicle interior lighting to safe lighting elements, each requirement is different and requires a key element of a specific design to provide an optimized solution.
The process of making an LED light strip starts with selecting the right chip, adding it to the optimization element of the LED package, and then configuring a printed circuit board (PCB). If you want to know more about the best automotive led light strips, then search the browser.
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Careful attention to the issue of thermal management is a prerequisite to the successful integration of LED lighting strip technology and emphasis is placed on ensuring the PCB both operate within the required temperature to ensure minimum LED degradation and power consumption as well as providing the required optical performance.
Sometimes the efficiency of the PCB in regard to thermal performance can require a manufacturer to work with the customer as heat can be transferred into the structure of the equipment using the metal structure around the LED light source to be a highly effective heat sink.
In all cases, a custom-engineered solution is the best route to a successful product utilizing LED lighting technology.
With the ability to “daisy chain” the product, increased flexibility can be integrated into the individual LED lighting strip from the outset. This can allow a one solution PCB to be used across a range of end products and allow the flexibility that could never be achieved with fluorescent and neon type tubes.