In fact, power LEDs are considered to be the first generation of LEDs that have been widely used in the lighting industry and, like the original LEDs, have one color, three colors red, green and blue, as well as seven colors and white.
These types of LEDs have a plastic protrusion (shield) that, like a simple lens, does the job of concentrating light, and we usually know them in two conventional formats, 1 and 3 watts. This generation of LEDs has brought the optical efficiency to the limits of more than 100 lumens per watt.
The LED power projector has the most uniform light distribution among the projectors. For this reason, it is used for lighting all kinds of facades, walls, large areas and green spaces, passages of very large buildings, football stadiums, factories, warehouses, theaters, concert stages, as well as billboards.
Power LEDs have more advantages than other LEDs, which has led to their greater use in the lighting industry. Among its important features and benefits, we can mention low and optimal consumption, lower heat than others, and consequently these two features have a longer life and smaller size. Other important features of LED power supplies are that they do not need to be preheated to reach maximum power.
The output light of this LED projector is created from a combination of several LED power supplies and is available in ice white color in the market.