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What is the NF patent for energy-saving lamps?

Update:23 Aug 2018

There are energy-saving lamps that use the patented no […]

There are energy-saving lamps that use the patented no flash technology on the market, which is specially produced for this situation, and definitely does not flash. The name is an energy-saving lamp that does not self-flash.
[1] The phenomenon of self-flashing of energy-saving lamps means that the energy-saving lamps will flash after a period of time after turning off the lights. This period of time is shorter and shorter, generally between 5 and 40 seconds. This phenomenon is common during the day and night, but the brightness of the space environment during the day is high, so it is not easy to detect during the day. In essence, the self-flash phenomenon of energy-saving lamps has little effect on the life and brightness of energy-saving lamps, but it is annoying at night. So everyone is deeply disgusted with this phenomenon. In the end, the self-flashing phenomenon of the energy-saving lamp means that there is a weak current passing through the energy-saving lamp. The full name of the energy-saving lamp should be called self-ballasted fluorescent lamp for general lighting. Because it is self-ballasted, there is an electronic ballast inside the energy-saving lamp. Each ballast has an electrolytic capacitor for filtering, and a weak current. Slowly stored in the capacitor, when a certain voltage is reached, the bidirectional trigger tube will trigger the discharge, that is, the energy-saving lamp flashes. This kind of weak current is not only the energy-saving lamp, but also the bulb, but the bulb is a resistive load, so a little current does not work for him at all. Then when you say it, you have to say why there is a weak current? This is a lot of things on the Internet, the switch is connected to the zero line, the switch has a night light, the house is wet, etc. It is reasonable to say that there is a weak current from the ballast. The phenomenon of self-flashing caused. Speaking of this, some people may ask, why do the energy-saving lamps on the same line flash, and some energy-saving lamps do not flash? The answer is as follows. The weak current just mentioned is stored in the electrolytic capacitor, and the trigger voltage of the bidirectional trigger tube is reached. The electricity in the capacitor is discharged through the lamp, which is flashing. Then slowly re-save, but this weak current his voltage is very low, if the voltage does not reach the trigger voltage of the trigger tube, the light will not light. It is easier to understand from the production process, the manufacturer of the two-way trigger tube, the consistency of their products is not as everyone understands, the voltage is higher and lower is possible, physically called error. Different batches of products from the same manufacturer are not the same, let alone different manufacturers. So there are flashes under the same conditions, and some do not flash.