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Performance Assessment of a Temperature Control Unit used in a Lifecycle Testing System for LED Headlamps on Locomotives
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Performance Assessment of a Temperature Control Unit used in a Lifecycle Testing System for LED Headlamps on Locomotives
Ohn, Jung-Ghun; Jeong, Ki-Seok; Chung, Jong-Duk;
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 Abstract
LED light sources have been known to have a long life and good energy efficiency compared to traditional light sources. Recently, headlamps using LED light sources have ensured the forward visibility and safe operation of high-speed rolling stock. However, assessing the lifespan of LED headlamps based on real test data is not easy because it depends on the multiple stress factors such as a fixed driving current, junction temperature, vibration and so on. Generally, LED headlamps have failed before their advertised life span mainly due to temperature. Thus, the performance assessment of a temperature control unit should be done before a life cycle test of LED headlamps. This study attempted to develop a prototype temperature control module for a lifecycle test system using a commercial LED headlight and verified the system through experiments.
 Keywords
LED Headlamp;Lifetime Test;Temperature Control Unit;Rolling Stock;
 Language
Korean
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