5.6 Low-Temperature Operation

Low temperatures present a challenge for fluorescent lamps. At low temperatures, higher voltage is required to start fluorescent lamp, and luminous flux is decreased. In contrast, LED performance is inherently increased at low operating temperatures. This feature predestines LEDs for grocery stores, cold storage facilities, and outdoor application.

Grocery store Cold storage Polar base

Figure 5.6.1: Typical examples of low-temperature areas.

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