SMD (SMD) stands for Surface Mounted Device, which is a technology in the production of electronic products, which is based on soldering without using holes on the board.
SMDs are designed so that their boards will be very thin. SMDs are glued directly to the board. They are electrically connected by a soldered piece. These components follow the general requirements of general lighting equipment such as light quality standards and heatsinks (heat exchange components). Using this method will require a larger heatsink.
SMD technology has many applications in LEDs, as a large number of LED components used in lighting and illumination are produced based on this technology.
This type of lights is very popular in the building lighting market due to its flexibility in design and operation.
This advanced technology in LED lights has led to the production of much more efficient lights, with more color variety, higher resolution, much smaller volume and a more suitable viewing angle along with more energy savings called SMD lights.
The first and most important parameters of SMD lights are its low energy consumption.
Also, these lights have a wide view and the life of these lights is much longer than incandescent lights.