ELECTROLUMINESCENT TECHNOLOGY

Electroluminescent (EL) is the electrical stimulation of a phosphorous material to excite the phosphor so that it will generate light.

The process behind electroluminescent is radiative recombination, also known as spontaneous emission. In radiative recombination, phosphorescent substances emit photons (light particles) in response to a small electrical current.

Electroluminescent produces light when phosphor crystals are excited by being exposed to electric current.

EL lamp can be twisted, flexed, coiled, and folded. If it is pierced, it will continue to illuminate. The pierced area should be resealed however to prevent moisture from entering the lamp and damaging it in that area.

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