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White Paper: Extending the Life-Time of LEDs

Choosing the correct protection media for LED devices to improve lifetime and performance.

White Paper: EXCERPT

LED applications are becoming increasingly more diverse; design requirements, location or the function of the product are all elements that prove the challenges that face LED designers are continually evolving. LEDs, like most electronic devices will perform well until external influences start to deteriorate performance. Such influences can include the electrostatic attraction of dust, humid or corrosive environments, chemical or gaseous contamination, as well as many other possibilities. It is therefore extremely important that the end use environment is considered in detail to ensure the correct products can be chosen.

Graph 5 – Effect of resin thickness on colour temperature shift

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