The SMD numbers found on LED chips specify the surface mount diode of each LED in a panel light. However, it is not that easy to understand which is why we have compiled all the important information you need to understand which LED chip is better for you.
|LED Chip||Dimensions||Lumen Flux||Chip Surface Area||Power Consumption|
|3528||3.5 mm x 2.8 mm||6-8 lumens||9.8 mm||20-30 mA @ 2.8-3.4 Volts|
|5630||5.6 mm x 3.0 mm||45-50 lumens||16.8mm||150 mA @ 2.8-3.4 Volts|
What Are Lumens?
Lumens are a unit that is equal to the amount of light emitted per seconds. The higher the lumen rate the brighter the light will be. Similarly, the lower the lumen rate, the lower the intensity the LED packs.
Understanding how much you will be charged per month can be a little tricky. However, knowing the power consumption rate can help you make a well-educated assessment. If you are confused you can get in touch with the manufacturer, or ask someone at your local electricity office.
Which is The Brightest?
As the table indicates clearly the SMD5630 is the brightest of these two, but that is due to its large lighting surface alone. Many factors go into the brightness intensity of an LED panel, which is why you must understand the panel itself. The main factors that you should focus on are the design of the chip and the power they consume.
Which Option Covers a Wider Range?
When it comes to area cover the 5630 covers a wider range than the 3528 making it a clear winner amongst them. Moreover, the 5SMD5630 offers a sharp impact that really highlights the areas around its focused group as well. While the 3528 focuses on a small area, while it’s surrounding are completely dark.
When picking an LED chip you should keep in mind that an LED chip that works perfectly for someone else might not be best for you. This is because every individual has a unique space, and the LED chip that would work best depends on their setting. So we suggest you learn about the space, and how an LED chip will impact your space. Making the best possible decision keeping your space in mind.