LED Fluorescent Powder in High Brightness with CE Approved

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Description of LED Fluorescent:

Many phosphors(Florescent Powder) tend to lose efficiency gradually by several mechanisms. The activators can undergo change of valence (usually oxidation), thecrystal lattice degrades, atoms – often the activators – diffuse through the material, the surface undergoes chemical reactions with the environment with consequent loss of efficiency or buildup of a layer absorbing either the exciting or the radiated energy, etc.

Festures of LED Fluorescent:

Phosphor layers provide most of the light produced by fluorescent lamps, and are also used to improve the balance of light produced by metal halide lamps. Various neon signs use phosphor layers to produce different colors of light. Electroluminescent displays found, for example, in aircraft instrument panels, use a phosphor layer to produce glare-free illumination or as numeric and graphic display devices. White LED lamps consist of a blue or ultra-violet emitter with a phosphor coating that emits at longer wavelengths, giving a full spectrum of visible light.

Specifications of LED Fluorescent:

Appearance: Yellow crystalline powder

Chemical composition: Rare earth aluminate

Physical stability: waterproof and heatproof. No any changes under -50°C to 300°C in the air.

Chemical stability: under 200°C, brightness >90%; within 1000 hours after encapsulation, brightness decay

Safety: Conform to the RoHS {EU (Restriction of Hazardous Substances)} and all security standards. Non-poisonous, non- radioactivity and do no harm to human and environment.

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LED Fluorescent Powder in High Brightness with CE Approved



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Q:Why do plants contain so many pigments?
Typically most plants only contain chlorophyll which is green. Which plants are you referring to?
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Q:Do I need laser treatment for pigment dispersion syndrome?
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Q:Albinism effect on pigment?
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Q:advantages of having accessory pigments?
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Q:Pigmented microorganism?
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