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Heat from LED lamps
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I have tried almost every new LED lamp out there. Except for one Young Nails brand, they all generate a lot of heat. I thought LED was not supposed to be hot. I am not talking about the heat spike that can happen with the ectothermic reaction, I am talking about heat in general. I have written to Young Nails for an answer as to why their lamp does not generate heat, but have not gotten an answer. Has anyone else encountered this!
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#2
I notice it when I try to do pedis with gel polish. A few clients complain that it's too hot. Fingers are fine, just toes feel the heat. Not sure why?
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#3
I have not had that problem with my led lamps. Only an occasional heat spike. That is rare too though. That would be very frustrating though.
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#4
i think it's b/c product was applied too thick.. i use the opi gel color and applied it to my thumb too thick and i felt the heat....
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#5
i would guess its the ballasts, the bulbs dont get hot but the ballast will and since they are so close to the skin, dont know but i notice it also with my reg uv lamps too
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#6
I've also read that if the nail bed is damaged it may cause a heat spike as well.
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#7
It sounds like you were saying this is not a heat spike problem but that the lamp just gets hot - like when you have had your UV lamp on all day. I have an Akzentz lamp and it doesn't do that. Perhaps its a wiring issue or an insulation issue. Very strange.
Jessica Hoel
Nail Professional
Akzentz Distributor & Educator
http://www.luvnailz.com
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#8
I use a Light Elegance lamp at school and I notice my hand does get a bit warmer in it but it's because it's smaller and the lights are closer to the hands.
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#9
I'm with Jess, that is strange. Does the LED UV lamp have the power supply inside the unit or does it use and external power adaptor (like a home printer)?
Iryna Giblett Nail Products Inc., Sweden
http://www.irynagiblett.com
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