With all our lightings, including the line lights, the currents are not regulated centrally but by segment. In this way, the currents between the LED strands are distributed more evenly and also loaded uniformly over the entire service life. To produce flashes, the required power is stored in capacitors in the LED strip luminaire. As a result, the current is available quickly.
Another advantage is the improved susceptibility to EMC interference. The input currents are considerably reduced by the internal storage when flashing and distributed to the individual segments in the strip lighting. There are therefore no massive peak currents at any time in the lighting unit and in the supply line. This avoids interference pulses in the assembly of the industrial image processing system.