Tri-proof light is a type of lighting fixture made of protective material, which has the function of dust-proof, waterproof, and explosion-proof (anti-corrosion). This type of light needs to be treated for dust-proof, waterproof, and explosion-proof (anti-corrosion) for the bulbs and circuits. There are three types of LED tri-proof lights; the tri-proof light is the most widely used among the three, and it can be used interchangeably with ordinary daylight bulbs. The LED tri-proof light is actually a modified T8 tri-proof light, with only slightly different wiring and without a ballast. LED tri-proof light lowers the power frequency converter's operating temperature, provides strong electric isolation protection, and has double-insulated connections to ensure the safety and reliability of the circuit. According to the actual working environment of the LED tri-proof light, the surface of the protective box is treated with nano-spraying to prevent moisture and corrosion, and to prevent dust and water from entering.
The lifespan of LED tri-proof lights is usually much longer than that of traditional incandescent or fluorescent lights. Generally speaking, the rated lifespan of LED tri-proof lights is about 50,000 to 100,000 hours. This means that under normal operating conditions, the lights can be used for many years without replacement.
It should be noted that the actual lifespan of LED tri-proof lights depends on several factors, including the quality of the lights, the environment in which they are used, and the frequency of use. For example, if the lights are used in harsh environments such as damp or wet places or if they are frequently used, their lifespan may be shorter.
In addition, incorrect maintenance or excessive pressure, such as high temperatures or fluctuating voltages, may shorten the lifespan of LED tri-proof lights. To ensure that your LED tri-proof lights have the longest possible lifespan, it is important to use them correctly, maintain them properly, and replace them when necessary.
Regularly clean the lights: Dust, dirt, and other debris will accumulate on the surface of the lights, reducing their efficiency and affecting their appearance. Use a clean, soft cloth to gently wipe the surface of the lights.
Check for damage: Regularly check whether the lights have any physical damage, such as cracks, seal breakage, or other signs of wear and tear. If any damage is found, it is best to replace the lights to avoid the risk of electric shock or fire.
Tighten loose connections: Over time, the connection between the lights and their power source may loosen, causing the lights to flicker or fail completely. Check the connections regularly and tighten them if necessary.
Replace damaged wiring: If damaged wiring is found in the lights, it is best to replace it immediately to prevent the risk of electric shock or fire.
Use the correct power supply: LED tri-proof lights should be powered by the correct voltage and current intensity. Make sure to use the correct power source for the lights to avoid damaging them.
Properly store the lights: When not in use, store the lights in a cool, dry place to prevent damage.
By following these steps, you can help ensure that your LED tri-proof lights are used for as long as possible, providing reliable and efficient lighting.