Long term test (life) of a bulb LED Sirius

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Long term test (life) of a bulb LED Sirius




by Christophe » 22/11/06, 14:45

To test the actual reliability of the LED bulbs, we launched a real test long life on a Sirius bulb

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This test has been underway since Sunday 22 October 18h.
It is carried out on an outdoor lantern
The bulb is therefore subject to changes in temperature and humidity, in short, not very ideal conditions for https://www.econologie.com/shop/eclaira ... ique-c-100 electronics ...

It will remain on 24h / 24 for (at least) the 6 months of winter (so rough Ardennes) a period of roughly 4000h ...

Periodic "results" will be reported periodically in this thread.

EDIT: the test ended in APRIL 2016, almost 9 and a half years (80 hours) after the launch of the test.
See details and disassembly of the bulb here: econological-laboratory / testing-long-term-of-life-of-a-bulb-a-sirius-led-t2657-20.html # p301399
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by Christophe » 22/11/06, 14:49

A 18h tonight it will 31 day trial.

Either continuously operating 744h and subject to climate changes (rain, fog, sun beating ... so if there was a little early in the month)

Side bulb: RAS. :D

Appointment in a month :)
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by kuty » 25/11/06, 12:40

Electronics do not like start / stop repetitive.

would it be possible to include in this random test based updates of this LED lamp :?:
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by Christophe » 25/11/06, 12:42

When the "lab" will be operational yes :)

Before I can not see myself doing 500 on / off day ...:|

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by saveplanet » 25/11/06, 12:49

A little thin luck!
Kids love to night / day right ?!
Would not it the seeds of éconologues near you to enjoy them? and thus have a very complete result.
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by Christophe » 25/11/06, 12:52

Pfff day / night! Go begins and I am you! : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

If I found a way to quickly put this test in place: https://www.econologie.com/forums/un-laborat ... t2661.html
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by bolt » 25/11/06, 23:47

Christophe wrote:Pfff day / night! Go begins and I am you! : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

If I found a way to quickly put this test in place: https://www.econologie.com/forums/un-laborat ... t2661.html
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there are so-called "flashing" timing relays, there are some that you can even adjust the "on" time and the "off" time from 0,01 seconds to 100 hours

2 to see who would last longer, the lamp or relay : Mrgreen:

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by Christophe » 26/11/06, 12:03

Yes, the tempo relays are a good solution but for the moment I will use a digital programmer (the lab is not yet "assembled").

See here :
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by delnoram » 26/11/06, 12:20

kuty wrote:Electronics do not like start / stop repetitive.

would it be possible to include in this random test based updates of this LED lamp :?:


Yes it is the electronic part can be a problem, the LED portion supporterat less permanent ignition (yield loss due to heating of said LEDs
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by Christophe » 26/11/06, 12:23

Hence the interest of this test: https://www.econologie.com/forums/test-de-cy ... t2672.html

Help! I need your opinion to adjust the tempo ...
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