How to Maximize the Heat Dissipation Performance of LEDs
LEDs do two things really well. They emit light and heat, in roughly equal measures. The light is generally useful, the heat less so. Heat and LEDs do not make good bedfellows so when designing a solidstate light source, as much care needs to be taken in removing the heat as managing the photons.
Keeping LEDs cool is a relatively straight forward endeavour requiring some form of thermally conductive pathway between the semiconductor junction and the heat sink. This pathway needs to have a thermal resistance as far as possible below some maximum, which can be calculated using a finite element or similar thermal model simulator.
The common silicone grease,dries with repeated high heat and easily becomes the powder like wheat flour which would cause the heat radiation effect to be lost and the LED module will be out of working without anti-dry silicone grease. To maximize the heat dissipation of led flood light, Razorlux use high quality phase change thermal conductive materials to ensure the heat radiation effective, the LED modules work well with this special materials.Also Razorlux has its own technologyfor SMD (surface-mount device light-emitting diode module)procedure.
Beside this, for all Razorlux Genius Series lights, the uniqueand patentedlamp housing design also act an important role in releasing the heat with its die cast aluminum finned body, increasing the heat dissipation area accordingly. Below are some pictures for your reference: