Hi guys, So recently one of my aquarist buddy received a recall notice for his Twinstar SA Series 600SA, and sent them back.
The casing was extremely hot (like burning hot) and after contacting the shop who sold them to him, he received the recall letter, which strongly advises the user to stop using the light. "Failure to take do so may result in extreme heat, electrical shock and/or fires which may cause serious injury, death and/or damage to property" etc.
While it sounds very dramatic, I started thinking about all this and the possibility of my own LED lights (I don't have the same brand) to "catch on fire".
Is it even possible for a LED lights ramp to catch on fire? Or to start a fire?
If so, which part would be the one starting the fire? I read this article https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/led-l...risk-david-lee
and am still pretty confused. If there is a risk, is it preventable? Did you experience anything like it with your LED lights (I do hope noone did)?
I know it sounds silly, but I'm curious now.