Question 1: What is a mobile flame LED candle light? How is it different from a "non-mobile flame" flameless LED wax candle?

A: The basic difference between "moving flame" and "non-moving flame" flameless LED candle lights is that "moving flame" candles have flame-like elements that actually go from candle to candle and move from one side to the other. "No moving flame" flameless LED candles do not have anything that can be physically moved, but instead have one or more LEDs with different brightness to simulate the behavior of a real candle flame. Since a real candle flame will physically move and change its brightness, a "moving flame" flameless LED candle will produce the most realistic effect. For more details on how the "Move Flame" flameless LED candle works, see the "Candle Education" section.

Question 2: What are the advantages and disadvantages of flameless LED candle lights compared to real candles?

A: Compared with traditional candles, flameless LED candle lights have many advantages and few disadvantages. Here is a long list of advantages and a short list of disadvantages.


Advantages of flameless LED candle lights

Don't worry about catching fire.
They do not generate heat.
They will not melt the candle wax, so the candle will last a lifetime.
No molten wax drips across the place.
They are not exhausted.
They can tolerate windy weather.
You can turn them on and off using the handheld remote control (if there is a remote control feature) or timer.
They can be used around pets.
They can be used for elderly and children.
They can be decorated (cuffs, sleeves, wraps, decorations, coatings, decals, embossing, etc.).
You can place them almost anywhere without worrying about the risks posed by real candles.
They are perfect for dramas, musicals, stage sets, parties, weddings, etc. without having to worry or worry about the risks associated with real candles.
They do not emit smoke or fumes.
They can be used repeatedly.
A one-time investment that will last for many years.
They are great conversations.
They are great gifts.

Question 3: Why does the color of LED candle light vary from candle to candle?

A: Flameless LED candle lights from different manufacturers may use different types of LEDs. The color temperature of a light source is evaluated by something called "color temperature." The figure below illustrates the different color temperatures of the light source. The color temperature of most LEDs used in flameless LED applications is on the "warm" side (left side) of the graph, such as 2500K or lower. In addition to LED differences between manufacturers, there may also be slight differences in color temperature between different production batches of the same LED. For example, an LED manufacturer provided to a flameless candle manufacturer can produce a production batch of 1,000,000 LEDs, and due to slight differences in the production process, their color temperatures are almost the same; however, the next batch of 1,000,000 LEDs will run in approximately A month or so, the color temperature difference of the previous batch of LEDs may be more obvious, which may cause the difference of visual color temperature. Flameless candle makers and LED makers try to keep these color temperature changes to a minimum, but there is no perfect way.

Question 4: How long can the LED in the flameless LED candle light last?

Answer: Compared to the LEDs used in light bulbs for general lighting, the LEDs used in flameless LED candles consume very little power. LEDs differ from traditional filament bulbs in that they have a semiconductor die instead of a filament filament. Heat is usually the mechanism behind filament bulb failures and LED failures. Because the LEDs used in flameless candles do not become very hot, they usually do not suddenly fail due to heating, but their brightness gradually decreases over time. The lifetime of an LED is usually defined as the time it takes for the brightness to fall by 70% from its initial brightness. The service life of the LEDs used in flameless candles can exceed 100,000 hours, if not used 24 hours a day, it is equivalent to more than 11 years. Even so, the brightness will only drop by about 70%. Therefore, for all practical purposes, the LEDs used in flameless candles are specified to have a "life".


Question 5: What kind of wax does a wax-free LED candle light use? Is it the wax used to make traditional flame candles?

Answer: Most of our indoor flameless LED candles are made from real paraffin wax, and yes, it is the same wax used in true traditional flame candles. Paraffin is a white or colorless soft solid that can be derived from petroleum, coal or oil shale. It is solid at room temperature, begins to melt at temperatures above 115 degrees Fahrenheit (boiling point), and shrinks a lot as the temperature decreases (below room temperature). For these reasons, indoor flameless LED candles made from paraffin should not be exposed to high temperatures, direct sunlight or freezing temperatures. If they are frozen, candles may actually show tiny hairline cracks due to the shrinkage of paraffin. Common applications of paraffin include lubrication, electrical insulation and candles. In addition to our outdoor candles, some smaller round candles and votive candles are made of ABS plastic material instead of paraffin. We offer a wide range of indoor paraffin indoor candles that can be used for various aromas such as vanilla, cinnamon, pine, etc. Some of our indoor paraffin candles are not suitable for those who are allergic, scent sensitive, or just like them. Do not have scented candles.


Question 6: What is the best battery type to use in a flameless LED candle light?

A: All our flameless LED candles are recommended to use alkaline or lithium batteries. We sell two types of batteries. Lithium batteries have a longer service life than alkaline batteries, but the price is slightly higher. Other types of batteries can be used, such as older carbon zinc (Zn / MnO 2), rechargeable nickel cadmium (NiCd), and rechargeable nickel metal hydride (NiMH), but the burning time may be greatly reduced because of the use of Alkaline batteries are at the time specified on our website. If other types of batteries are used, the flameless LED candle may not be so bright and may begin to flash after a short period of use. Also, do not mix alkaline, carbon-zinc, and nickel-cadmium batteries with different chemical components. For example, mixing alkaline batteries with carbon-zinc batteries will cause carbon-zinc batteries to heat more during operation, which will cause chemicals to leak faster, and will also pull alkaline batteries down, causing them to die faster.

Question 7: What is the difference between "indoor" and "outdoor" flameless LED candle lights?

A: Most of our indoor flameless LED candles are made of pure paraffin or solid paraffin (except for smaller tea wax and shiitake made of ABS plastic) and are exposed to overheating or There is a risk of melting the wax in direct sunlight. The temperature of the paraffin is between 115 and 154 degrees Fahrenheit. They can also crack if exposed to freezing temperatures, because paraffin shrinks much as the temperature decreases. Outdoor flameless LED candles are made of ABS plastic to prevent them from melting or cracking at extreme temperatures. Outdoor candles are also waterproof and have drainage holes / slot holes at the bottom to prevent the candles from being filled with water during the rain.

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