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COB LED strips 24 Volt

COB LED strips 24 Volt have a continuous coating of a phosphor layer. This creates a homogeneous light band. COB stands for “Chip on Board”. The phosphor layer is needed to produce “white” light. The LED itself only produces “blue” light.

In the LED strips commonly used today, the phosphor is applied directly to the LED chip. That is always this little yellow dot you see.

What are COB LED strips 24 Volt?

(Parcolux) COB LED strips 24 Volt are LED strips where you can no longer see individual LED dots on the strip. Instead of individual LED chips, you only see a continuous luminous band. This band is coated with a phosphor layer. COB LEDs are a multi-chip arrangement, whereby many LED chips are connected in series and/or in parallel.

What does COB stand for?

Chip on Board means that. With chip-on-board LEDs, a large number of LED chips are mounted on a board. COB LEDs are basically several LED chips (usually at least 9) that are mounted directly on a substrate by the manufacturer via bonding and thus form a single module. Because the individual LEDs used in COB are chips and are traditionally unhoused, these chips can be mounted in a way that takes up less space and allows the LED chips to reach their highest potential. When the COB LED package is powered, it appears more like one luminous surface rather than several individual points of light, as would be the case if several SMD LEDs were mounted close together.

What are the advantages of COB LED strips 24 Volt?

They are mounted directly on the strip and so close together that a single, homogeneous light surface results. As a result, one of these LED strips emits uniform light with a wide beam angle. It is almost impossible to see individual points of light. Due to the joint encapsulation of several chips, the light-emitting area of a COB LED can contain many times more light sources on the same surface area than can be occupied by standard LEDs. This leads to a considerably higher light output per square centimetre.

How is the COB LED strip 24 Volt constructed?

In principle, this strip differs only in one point compared to the well-known normal LED strip. The difference between COB and normal LED strips lies in the application of the phosphor. White light, for example, is produced by the continuously applied phosphor layer.
The basis of every white LED is a blue LED chip. The applied phosphor layer converts the blue LED light to white light. The difference, as mentioned above, lies in the application of the phosphor.