The Retrofit of Bubble Tube Light
The production technology for today's bubble tube light was first developed for years. Electricity is used to excite mercury vapor, which in turn causes the phosphor inside the tube and produce light that's visible to the human eye. Bubble tube light bulbs are often found in commercial settings and other areas where bright lighting is needed for long periods of time, because they are more energy efficient and last longer than incandescent bulbs.
Bubble tube light continues to gain in popularity in both commercial and residential settings. There are many different configurations of bubble tube light bulbs on the market. Bubble tube light is shorter than twin tubes, making them better suited for smaller applications. The spiral bubble tube light gets its name from its spiral shape and is one of the more common models homeowners choose when retrofitting incandescent fixtures, because of the similar light quality.
LED bubble tube light is a third type of tube lighting. It produces light when their diode is switched on. This causes the electrons in the diode to release photons and produce electroluminescence. The color of light produced by the bubble tube light depends on the photon's energy. These ultra-efficient, long-lasting lights have been used in a variety of applications, including both rigid and flexible tube lights.
Rigid and flexible LED bubble tube lights were designed to retrofit traditional fluorescent tube lights. Two rows of white LEDs are placed in the tube that looks very similar to a fluorescent light tube. Before retrofitting a fluorescent bracket, the ballast and starter are removed from the unit. Therefore, it is very easy for you to replace the conventional tube lights.