How beamlights workThe beamlight is mainly known for its unique light source. The unique design of the small diameter cup and the precise focal position of the bulb make it an extremely efficient light source. The extremely high lumen count also results in high heat generation, which has led to a high rate of blow-ups in the early 200W beamlights. Therefore, the heat dissipation of this beamlight has been different from that of a traditional computer moving head lamp, which has a relatively thin wick and no peripheral isolation layer, so it is not feasible to dissipate heat like a traditional lamp, i.e., the larger the heat dissipation the better the model, which would lead to constant ionisation of the bulb ionisation arc and affect the life of the bulb. If there is not enough heat dissipation then the bulb will quickly blow up. Therefore, this beamlight requires a constant temperature system.
There are currently two types of heat dissipation solutions available from domestic manufacturers, one is the traditional type of heat dissipation, which relies on a better fan to dissipate heat from the bulb along with a temperature control switch. The other, more high-end, is software-controlled heat dissipation, which relies on software to control the fan's constant temperature and automatically protects the bulb from blowing up if the fan drops in speed or fails. The latter of the two ways is good, even if the former does not blow up the bulb but has a greater impact on the life of the bulb.