Sales of low-power LED power supply increase in 2013
Fang Jibang, secretary of maoshuo power supply, said that in 2013, the market for low-power LED power supply will be expanded. The sales volume of low-power LED power supply will reach 10 million last year and more than 20 million this year, that is to say, sales of low-power LED power supply will double.
It is understood that low-power LED power supply is generally used together with indoor LED lamps.
Fang Jibin further said that the company has planned to release some low-power LED power supply capacity this year, but there is no clear target yet. This year, it will focus on the production of low-power LED power supply.
In the company's total business, high-power LED power supply accounts for a large proportion, while low-power LED power supply is relatively small, Fang Jibin revealed that because indoor LED lights are cheaper, the gross profit margin of low-power LED power supply is lower than that of high-power LED power supply. At present, the gross profit margin of low-power LED power supply is estimated to be about 20.
It is expected that the indoor home LED lamp market will be very large next year, and the company will gradually expand the production of low-power LED power supply according to the market situation. Fang Jibin added.
It is reported that the U. S. Congress has passed a ban on incandescent lamps. The U. S. will stop selling the best-selling 40-watt and 60-watt incandescent lamps from New Year's Day in 2014. It is worth noting, china will also expand the regulation scope of incandescent lamps from the existing industrial application field to the indoor lighting field.
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