The anticipated lifespan of the majority of LED lights is rated at 50,000 to 100,000 hours. The main element that shortens LEDs’ service lives is heat. They will not last as long if they run too hot all the time without enough heatsinks.
Depending on how the light was made, there may be other parts that need to be replaced. These parts will almost always break before your light does.
But occasionally, even high-quality LED products can have a one-year lifespan. This can stem from a variety of factors, including:
- Total Hours of Use