As a Parylene Powder Supplier, share with you Parylene's application on LED. After several years of development, LED has entered many types of standard lighting applications from some specific applications and high-end applications. Due to its high reliability, energy-saving, and low price, stadiums, train stations, airports, and urban centers around the world LED technology is used everywhere.
Today, people can see magnificent large LED billboards and screens, which make people think of popular tourist attractions such as Piccadilly Circus in London, Tokyo Ginza 4-Chome intersection, and Times Square. In addition to illuminating large display signs, computer-controlled traffic signs, traffic signals, street lights, aircraft and car lighting, LED technology also illuminates stores, manufacturing plants and our own living rooms, kitchens, offices and more. The application of LED technology in the world continues to expand, partly due to its price decline, but also due to its advantages: providing better light sources, longer life, less energy consumption, lower use costs.
Municipalities around the world are turning to LED applications to help them solve their constantly challenging budget issues and reduce their carbon footprint.
With the increasing demand for safer and more efficient cars, the use of LEDs in the automotive industry is also increasing. Manufacturers are seeking LED-based DRLs to reduce the fuel consumption of headlights as a result of EU directives such as 2008/89 / EC. According to this directive, all new cars are required to be equipped with headlight DRLs. Compared with traditional headlights, the use of LED headlights consumes less energy. In terms of automotive design, interior lighting is also moving towards LEDs, because LEDs are thin and flexible designs that can achieve a more modern and stylish look.
In addition to the application of LEDs in these two industries, there are more examples to further prove that LEDs will be increasingly used in outdoor and indoor applications. However, the working environment of LED is a challenge for LED manufacturers. Extreme temperature, humidity, and ultraviolet (UV) radiation are several obstacles encountered by LED components. Without proper protection, these problems will inevitably lead to premature LED failure.
Parylene protects LEDs
To ensure their long life, LEDs often require some form of protective coating. There are many types of protective coatings, such as Parylene F, acrylic resin, polyurethane, and potting compounds. Experience has shown that these coatings are sufficient for less severe application environments. However, when asked about environments such as pressure, extreme temperature cycles, humidity, and ultraviolet radiation, LEDs often succumb to their environmental conditions, failing due to one or more of these challenges. Our company also has Parylene N on sale, welcome to consult.