1. High efficiency
Neon lights rely on the electrode heads at both ends of the light to ignite the inert gas in the lamp tube under a high-voltage electric field. It is different from ordinary light sources that must burn the tungsten wire to a high temperature to emit light, resulting in a large amount of electrical energy being consumed in the form of heat energy. Therefore, with the same amount of electricity, neon lights have higher brightness.
2, the temperature is low, the use is not limited by the climate
Because of its cold cathode characteristics, the temperature of the lamp tube is below 30°C during long-term operation, so it can be placed in the open air in the sun and rain or work in water. Also because of its working characteristics, the neon light spectrum has strong penetrating power and can still maintain a good visual effect in rainy or foggy days.
3. Low energy consumption
In the era of continuous technological innovation, the manufacturing technology of neon lights and the technical level of related parts are constantly improving. The application of new electrodes and new electronic transformers greatly reduces the power consumption of neon lights, from 56 watts per meter of lamps in the past to 10 watts per meter of lamps now.
4. Long life
The neon light has a lifespan of more than 10,000 hours under the condition of continuous operation and an uninterrupted power supply. This advantage is difficult to achieve by any other electric light source.