Beam lights are famous for their unique light source. Its unique small-caliber bubble design and precise focal length positioning make its light efficiency very high. Its extremely high lumens result in high calorific value, which also leads to an extremely high froth rate of the early 200W beam lamp. Therefore, the heat dissipation of this beam lamp is different from the heat dissipation of the traditional computer moving head lamp. The wick is relatively thin and has no peripheral isolation layer. Therefore, if the heat is dissipated like a conventional lamp, that is, the larger the heat dissipation, the better the mode is. This will cause the ionization arc of the bulb to continuously ionize and affect the life of the bulb. If the amount of heat is not enough, the bulb will explode quickly. Therefore, this beam lamp requires a constant temperature system.
At present, domestic manufacturers have two kinds of heat dissipation solutions, one is traditional heat dissipation, relying on a better fan to dissipate heat from the bulb and cooperate with the temperature control switch. Another high-end software is temperature-controlled cooling, which relies on software to control the fan temperature. If the fan slows down or fails, the lamp protection is automatically extinguished without frying. The latter two methods are good, even if the former does not froth, but has a greater impact on the life of the bulb.