What is flicker mean in LED drivers? Nov 01, 2021

Flicker refers to the constant fluctuation of light during the switching cycle. Flicker is a light source that flashes quickly and repeatedly over time. To put it bluntly, it feels like the light is bouncing and unstable, a phenomenon known as flicker. led driver flicker free is more popular in the market.

Almost all types of light are prone to flicker, including incandescent, halogen, and even LED bulbs. But each light has a different effect. In incandescent and halogen lamps, for example, the filament temperature responds slowly to changes in current, so you won't notice the flickering effect. Leds are almost immediately responsive to the current change, so the flicker is more noticeable.

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Compared with LED lighting products, dimming is a necessary function, and dimming is just a cause of stroboscope. When the product is loaded with dimming function, the stroboscope is often further intensified. Especially when dimming is dark, its fluctuation depth is relatively large. For lighting products with dimming function or that claim to be connected to a dimming controller, the strobe performance should be measured when the dimming is brightest and when the dimming is low.

Currently Hideapower offer a series of pwm dimmable led power supply with flicker free, such as 5 in 1 (triac+0-10v) dimmable drivers, other smart led drivers like DMX LED driver, WIFI dimmable LED drivers. If you want to know more details, don’t hesitate to contact us.

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