LED Chips don’t like heat, and it can dramatically affect their performance over time. When heat is allowed to build up within or around an LED lamp or luminaire, it dramatically affects the lifespan and light output, and reduces both. The Goodlight way is to use premium aluminium heat sinks in our LED lamps and luminaires as our first defence. The more high-powered the LED, the more complex the cooling system. At Goodlight, our product developers continually research new and innovative ways to tackle heat, keep our LED chips cool and ensure optimum reliability of our LED products.
Our market-leading G360 LED SON replacement lamps uniquely incorporate MagLev (magnetic levitation) fans to keep them cool, allowing them to be installed into IP fittings.
The Goodlight GX1 LED High bay range utilises PCM (Phase Change Material) in a patented Copper Cooling Column, which rapidly and evenly pulls heat away from the LED source, to ensure minimal lumen depreciation, and an ultra reliable LED high bay. Using PCM in this way becomes an active control system, to manage any temperature swings or hotspots. It is the same technology used by NASA for thermal control of satellites and space crafts (and even in garments for astronauts) to keep them cool in space. As the UK’s first company to utilise PCM with LED with excellent results, we love finding new ways to ensure Goodlight LED products are more reliable than any other.