COB LED Track Light 30W 3 Wires
Product Name: COB LED track light 30W 3 wires /
Product Code: HSL-TR30WB /
IP Rate: IP44 /
Power: 30 Watts /
Base Holder: 2 wires, 3 wires, 4 wires /
Input Voltage: AC 85-265VAC 50/60Hz /
Power Factor(PF): >0.9
LED driver: Isolated with glue protected
LED Source: COB Epistar chip
Lumen Flux: 3000LM +/-3%
Lumen Efficiency: 100lm/W
CRI (Ra): >80Ra or >90Ra
Beam Angle: 30, 60 degrees
Color Temperature: WW, NW,PW,CW
Materials: Aluminium body + reflector + Glass cover
Body Color: White / Black
COB LED track light 30W 3 wires
Features of COB LED track light 30W:
1. Use qualified high power LED，lower power consumption, >100LM/W, no facula, no glare, uniform luminance.
2. Wide range of wattage available (AC85-265V).
3. Long life-span, small light decline rate, high CRI 80 is available for 2700K and 3000K.
4. High class material, excellent heat dissipation.
5. Beautiful appearance, High brightness output.
6. Special different view angles mixing lighting design.
7. No ultraviolet and infrared radiation, No strobe light.
8. Special circuit design.
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Q: How can I tell the difference between a 3-wire, 2-wire and a wide 2-wire fixture?
A: The overall look is exactly the same. We have made an improvement on the design of the transformer box, they are now low profile, small and unobtrusive. They differ in the way they each fit into the track. The adapter of a 3-wire fixture has three silver colored pins, two on one side, and one on the other. A 2-wire fixture has two silver pins. And the wide 2-wire fixture looks similar to the 2-wire fixture, except that the pins are farther apart, and one side is marked ‘P’. The wide 2-wire fixture may be adaptable to the two circuit track by pulling up the pin marked ‘P’, and inserting a ‘J’clip to hold it in place.
Q: What is the difference between an incandescent bulb and LED?
A: Incandescent creates light by the use of a filament. When power is applied, the filament glows and generates heat - which in turn produces light. LEDs are just the opposite. LEDs create light through a 'cold process'. When power is applied to semiconductors (usually gallium, asenic and phosphorous), they're stimulated by the movement of electrons, this creating photons. Photons are the light that is visibly seen by humans.