Heat is the transfer of energy from a hot object to a colder object. The unit in the International System of Units (SI) is Joule.
All known light sources generate heat, so in order to produce light we must master heat transferring. Excess heat reduces efficacy and shortens the lifespan of a light source and electrical components. Therefore, we utilize both passive and active cooling.
Our heat transfer solution includes a heat sink, a fan, and a body of aluminum. Our patented heat sink removes the heat from the light source, and our effective fans keep the heat sink at nearly ambient temperatures. Mechanical design of frame and bodywork are also defined with heat transfer in mind; the body always has sufficient perforations for air flow.