LED Lighting Mechanical
LED lighting mechanical design is the process of designing lighting fixtures to use light emitting diodes (LEDs) to light an area. This design focuses on creating light fixtures with the right optic, thermal, and dielectric components to not only light an area, but to create the right color of light, brightness, and quality of light while holding up to the rigors of the application.
LED lighting mechanical design involves working with stakeholders, such as architects and engineers, to understand their needs, and designing the light fixture with the right components. This includes integrating the right optics, selecting the right housing material, the right circuit boards, the right LEDs, and designing an efficient thermal system. It also involves designing the mounting hardware to facilitate the installation of the fixture in the specified location.
LED lighting mechanical design requires a good understanding of the details of LED technology and the nuances of the application. It requires a balance of form and function, with consideration for aesthetics as well as cost, maintenance and performance. The goal is to create a lighting system that not only looks good, but also provides efficient, reliable light for the application.