When the light source is turned on and the inspection light is turned off, the built-in fan in the light source will cool the bulb holder.
There is a rubber band on the screw.Please keep all rubber bands carefully and use them when installing new inspection lights.
When replacing the inspection lamp, please use a clean flannel-free cloth to wipe off the remaining thermal conductive glue on the heat sink.If it is not wiped thoroughly, it may affect the heat dissipation and significantly shorten the life of the bulb.
Do not contaminate the glass surface and ceramic parts of the inspection lamp with thermal conductive glue.If the glass surface is contaminated, wipe it with a clean flannel-free cloth.Otherwise, it may cause damage to the inspection lamp and abnormal function of the light source.
Use sufficient thermal conductive glue. If the thermal conductive glue is insufficient, it may cause the lights to fail.
When inserting the inspection lamp into the heat sink, align its pins, and then tighten the screws.If not tightened, poor heat dissipation will cause damage to the equipment, the inspection light will not be on, and the life of the inspection light will be greatly shortened.
Confirm the direction of the rubber ring when tightening the screws.If the rubber band is not placed correctly, the inspection light will not turn on normally.
Be sure to fasten the heat sink clip.Poor heat dissipation may cause equipment damage, the inspection light is not on, and the life of the inspection light is greatly shortened.
If the heat sink overheats due to improper installation, it may cause damage to the equipment or reduce the brightness of the inspection light.
If the inspection light is not replaced, do not reset the inspection light life indicator.Otherwise, an incorrect check light working time will be displayed.
The counter reset button is not available when the check light is on.If you want to reset the inspection lamp life indicator, press the reset button while the inspection lamp is in standby state.