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防爆性照明所使用的LED燈:全球市場的預測與分析

LED-Based Lamps Used in Explosion-Proof Lighting Global Market Forecast 2015-2022

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防爆性照明所使用的LED燈:全球市場的預測與分析 LED-Based Lamps Used in Explosion-Proof Lighting Global Market Forecast 2015-2022
出版日期: 2016年01月11日 內容資訊: 英文 356 Pages
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本報告提供防爆性照明設備所使用的全球LED燈相關分析、全球市場的消費額/出貨量/平均零售價格的實際成果與預測、各產品類型/地區的分析及技術分析等相關彙整,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 摘要整理

  • 全球市場概要
  • 裸(散裝)LED晶片:概要
  • 軍事、政府部門成長的障礙

第2章 防爆性照明的LED型燈具市場預測:各產品類型

  • 概要
  • 聚光、泛光及通常領域的LED燈
  • 線性管、串/條LED燈
  • LED型的手電筒及穿戴式頭燈
  • LED型的專門、面板及各種燈具

第3章 防爆性照明的LED型的燈具市場預測:各應用領域

  • 油田、石油煉油廠、海上石油平台、石油儲罐、隧道、碼頭、採礦以及其他的類似發電廠房、抽水站、變電站
  • 軍事基地、機場、其他交通設施
  • 加油站、表面塗佈的噴霧設備、其他商業/工業等

第4章 LED:技術概要

第5章 市場調查手法

第6章 定義、規格

第7章 市場預測資料庫的說明

  • 概要
  • 教程

附錄:Excel工作表:全球市場預測

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目錄

This is the ElectroniCast analysis and forecast of global market consumption of LED-based lamps used in explosion-proof lighting.

This market forecast of the American, European/Middle Eastern and African (EMEA), and Asia Pacific (APAC) regional consumption is presented for selected LED-based lamps in selected applications, which require explosion-proof lighting solutions.

For the purposes of this study, ElectroniCast defines explosion proof lights (also known as hazardous location lighting and intrinsically safe lights) as lighting products, which are certified in accordance with and compliant to International regulative and safety standard bodies for use in areas where flammable petrochemical vapors and/or pulverized dust exist or have the potential to exist.

The information is presented in easy-to-follow illustrations and text. The LED explosion-proof lighting market environment is discussed. LED lighting technology overviews, trends and analysis are presented. Terms, acronyms, and abbreviations used are defined.

Working environments that contain explosive gases or dust are extremely volatile environments. All it takes is a single spark to cause an explosion. A variety of lights are available that are considered explosion proof lighting because they prevent any possible ignition sources from being exposed to the air.

Lights are a common cause of explosion ignition. Low energy light fittings can help to prevent explosions because they do not produce enough energy to ignite source materials. This intrinsically safe equipment, though, can sometimes provide low quality lighting.

In the process of this market research project, in addition to interviewing existing customers and potential customers of LED-based explosion-proof lighting, ElectroniCast Consultants also studied lighting manufactures with various ranges of hazardous area lighting products, which are suited to use in high-risk areas. The lighting fixtures are designed for situations where explosive gases and dusts are found, providing suitable lighting without enabling a risk of explosion.

The light emitting diode (LED) market, despite exciting innovative devices driven by technological advances and ecological/energy-saving concerns, still face challenges in overcoming performance/price limitations and in attracting widespread consumption.

This report, by ElectroniCast Consultants, provides the research findings of our study of the global consumption of Light Emitting Diode Lamps, which are used in luminaires in solid-state lighting (SSL) Explosion-Proof Lighting applications.

The term "solid state" refers to the fact that light in a light emitting diode (LED) is emitted from a solid object, which does not contain moving parts or parts that can break, rupture, shatter, leak or contaminate the environment -a block of semiconductor-rather than from a vacuum or gas tube, as is the case in traditional incandescent light bulbs and fluorescent lamps.

Compared to incandescent lighting, LED-based solid-state lighting (SSL) delivers visible light with reduced heat. In addition, its solid-state nature provides for greater resistance to shock, vibration, and wear, thereby significantly increasing its lifespan.

LED Level Quantified in the ElectroniCast Study

Below, are five levels (or “food chain”) pertaining to the LED marketplace. For the purposes of this ElectroniCast study, we quantify and provide a market forecast for “Level 4”

  • Level 1 - The chip or die
  • Level 2 - The LED component (packaged LED)
  • Level 3 - LED array; may include optics, heat sink and/or power supply
  • Level 4 - Lamp and Immediate Explosion-Proof Packaging
  • Level 5 - Luminaire (light fixture/lamp holder/exterior brackets)

The following regions are quantified in this study report:

  • America (North, Central and South America)
  • EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa)
  • APAC (Asia Pacific)

This report provides the 2015-2022 forecast by the following functions:

  • Consumption Value (US$)
  • Quantity (number/units) - Lamps only (not the fixtures)
  • Average Selling Prices ($, each)

The value is determined by multiplying the number of units (lamps) by the average selling price (ASP) in US Dollars. The ASPs are not retail prices; the prices are based on the price of the LED lamp at the initial factory level (prior to FOB - Free On Board). The value is then based on the end-use application in the each region.

During the market research process, ElectroniCast analysts perform interviews with authoritative and representative individuals in the LED and lighting industry, plus - R&D and industrial/factory/manufacturing, from the standpoint of both suppliers and users of explosion-proof LED lighting products.

Market Forecast Product Categories

This market forecast of the worldwide consumption is presented for four (4) major lamp-type categories, as shown below:

  • Spot, Flood and General-Area
  • Linear: Tube and String/Strip
  • Small portable-type: Flash lights, wearable headlamp
  • Specialty, Panel and Miscellaneous

Market Forecast Sub-Application Categories

This market forecast of the worldwide consumption for LED lamps used in explosive-proof lighting is presented for four (4) major end-user group (sub-application) categories, as shown below:

  • Power Plants, Pumping Stations, Substations
  • Military Bases, Airports, Other Transportation Facilities
  • Gas Stations, Paint-Spray Booths, Other Commercial/Industrial, Other/Non-Specific
  • Oil Fields, Oil Refineries, Offshore Oil Platforms, Oil Tanks, Tunnels, Wharf, Mining and Other Similar

Increasingly, the automatic assembly and test manufacturing process for LED solid-state lighting products allow for mass-production capability. In addition, over the next few years, the average selling prices of the LED-based lighting products will be driven lower, as a result of production efficiencies, yield improvements (aided by quality controls), competition (both market competition and technology competition), marketing/sales distribution improvements, and other factors.

Market Opportunity Analysis - Market Dynamics

The study process by ElectroniCast Consultants takes into account the following points:

  • Standards (including general regulations & standards, environmental issues, etc.)
  • Policies and schemes for promoting the penetration of LED lighting
  • Industry trends in LED lighting fixtures
  • Distribution/Sales Channel
  • LED Explosion-Proof Lighting competitive environment is considered

Since the light output of individual light-emitting diodes (LEDs) is small compared to incandescent and compact fluorescent lamps, multiple diodes are often used together. With continuing improvement of diode technology, high power LEDs with higher lumen output is enabling the replacement of other lamp technology with LED lamps.

Luminaries are lighting fixtures complete with the light source or lamp, the reflector for directing the light, an aperture (with or without a lens), the outer shell or housing for lamp alignment and protection, an electrical ballast (if required), and connection to a power source, and usually a socket to hold the lamp and allow for its replacement.

The light emitting diode (LED) market, despite exciting innovative devices driven by technological advances and ecological/energy-saving concerns, still face challenges in overcoming performance/price limitations and in attracting widespread consumption.

Consumption Value Forecast

The global consumption value of LED-based lamps in explosion-proof lighting is projected to reach $172.5 million in 2015. During the 2015-2022 timeline, ElectroniCast forecast that the consumption (use) value is set to increase at an average annual rate of 8.4 percent to $303 million in the year 2022. The Europe, Middle East and African (EMEA) region, driven by its use of explosion-proof lighting in the oil-related industry, is forecast for slightly faster growth than the American region. Market forecast data in this study report refers to consumption (use) for a particular calendar year; therefore, this data is not cumulative data.

In terms of value, the Asia Pacific (APAC) region is forecast to grow at a faster pace versus other regions during the forecast period, driven by use of the LED lamps in the commercial/ industrial (factory) application. The American region (South, Central and North America) region, pushed initially by the mining and oil-relation sub-applications and is forecast later-on to hold strong market positions in commercial/industrial, mining/oil-related, as well as the military and transportation-oriented sectors.

The Specialty, Panel and Miscellaneous lamp category is forecast to increase at the fastest pace during the forecast period. ElectroniCast market research shows that LED lamps specifically designed and tested for use in (explosion-proof / harsh environment) application-specific fixtures will continue to increase in consumption value at a steady pace.

In the General-Area lighting application, the large range of existing (relatively common) LED-based spotlights and various-types and sizes of standard-appearance bulbs or globes, have already found their way into the explosion-proof lighting fixture marketplace.

Eventually, LED-based linear (tube) lamps, which are ideal candidates to replace fluorescent tubes, are forecast to find a niche in the explosion-proof lighting arena. The prime market target for the LED linear Tube is lighting for Paint Spray Booth/Facilities. The fluorescent tube has long been an acceptable lighting solution explosion-proof lighting fixtures, due to relatively high efficiency and long life. LED efficiencies are set to exceed those of fluorescent tubes, with dimming and controllable color rendering readily achievable.

Another product category that we quantified and are presenting a market forecast for in this ElectroniCast study is the LED lamps used in harsh-environment or more specifically explosion-proof portable flashlights, which also include wearable headlights (such as headlights used in the mining industry).

The Gas Station, Paint Spray Booth and Commercial/Industrial category is projected to lead in relative market share of the global consumption value with 49 percent in 2015. The Oil and Mining related industry category is relatively saturated in the use of lighting requirements, versus the other application categories.

The Military Bases, Airports and Other Transportation category is forecast with gradual and steady growth, based on the large number of end-user facilities, potential expansion and Total Available Market (TAM).

ElectroniCast Consultants also views the Power Plants, Pumping Stations and Sub-stations category as relatively saturated in terms of use of explosion-proof lighting, but not necessarily LED-based explosion-proof lighting; therefore, as replacement for existing lighting fixtures, which use non-LED (incumbent-technology) lamps, is required, LED-based units are forecast to take market share.

According to ElectroniCast, the Gas Stations, Paint-Spray Booths, Other Commercial/ Industrial leads in market share in 2015...

LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting
Global Consumption, By Type ($172.5 Million in 2015)

                     Source: ElectroniCast Consultants

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

  • 1.1. Global Overview
  • 1.2. Bare (Unpackaged) LED Chips - Overview
  • 1.3. Barriers to Growth in the Military/Government Sector

2. LED-based Lamps in Explosion Proof Lighting Market Forecast by Product Type

  • 2.1. Overview
  • 2.2. Spot, Flood and General-Area LED Lamps
  • 2.3. Linear Tube, String/Strip LED Lamps
  • 2.4. LED-based Flashlights and Wearable Headlamps
  • 2.5. LED-based Specialty, Panel and Miscellaneous Lamps

3. LED-based Lamps in Explosion Proof Lighting Market Forecast by Application

  • Oil Fields, Oil Refineries, Offshore Oil Platforms, Oil Tanks, Tunnels, Wharf, Mining and Other Similar Power Plants, Pumping Stations, Substations Military Bases, Airports, Other Transportation Facilities Gas Stations, Paint-Spray Booths, Other Commercial/Industrial, Other/Non-Specific

4. LEDs - Technology Overview

5. ElectroniCast Market Research Methodology

6. Definitions and Standards

  • 6.1. Acronyms, Abbreviations, and General Terms
  • 6.2. Lighting Standards and Protocols

7. ElectroniCast Market Forecast Data Base Explanation

  • 7.1. Overview
  • 7.2. Tutorial

Addendum. Excel - ElectroniCast Global Market Forecast Worksheets

List of Tables

  • 1.1.1. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Region ($Million)
  • 1.1.2. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Application ($Million)
  • 1.1.3. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Product-Type ($Million)
  • 1.1.4. ANSI/NFPA Areas Description
  • 1.1.5. Typical Luminous Efficacies for Traditional and LED Sources
  • 1.1.6. Members of NGLIA
  • 1.1.7. Selected Competitors: Explosion-Proof Lighting (over 50 companies listed)
  • 1.1.8. Members - CERC Building Energy Efficiency Consortium
  • 1.1.9. Latin American Demographic Trends
  • 1.1.10. European Sub-Regions as identified by the United Nations Geo-scheme
  • 1.1.11. Population in Northern Europe, by Country
  • 1.1.12. Population in Southern Europe, by Country
  • 1.1.13. Population in Western Europe, by Country
  • 1.1.14. Population in Eastern Europe, by Country
  • 1.1.15 List of ELCOMA Members
  • 2.1.1. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Product-Type ($Million)
  • 2.1.2. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Product-Type (Quantity, Million)
  • 2.1.3. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Product-Type (ASP, $, each)
  • 2.2.1. Spot, Flood, General-Area LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Forecast, By Region ($Million)
  • 2.2.2. Spot, Flood, General-Area LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Forecast, By Region (Quantity)
  • 2.2.3. Spot, Flood, General-Area LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Forecast, By Region (ASP $)
  • 2.3.1. Linear Tube LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Region ($Million)
  • 2.3.2. Linear Tube LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Region (Quantity)
  • 2.3.3. Linear Tube LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Region (ASP $)
  • 2.3.4. Calculation of the Cost of Manufacturing Facility Downtime
  • 2.3.5. Comparison of Lighting Technologies
  • 2.4.1. Flashlight LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Region ($Million)
  • 2.4.2. Flashlight LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Region (Quantity)
  • 2.4.3. Flashlight LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Region (ASP $)
  • 2.5.1. Special/Panel LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Region ($Million)
  • 2.5.2. Special/Panel LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Region (Quantity)
  • 2.5.3. Special/Panel LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Region (ASP $)
  • 3.1. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Application ($Million)
  • 3.2. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
  • 3.3. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting Global Consumption Forecast, By Application (ASP $)
  • 3.4. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting America Consumption Forecast, By Application ($Million)
  • 3.5. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting America Consumption Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
  • 3.6. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting America Consumption Forecast, By Application (ASP $)
  • 3.7. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting EMEA Consumption Forecast, By Application ($Million)
  • 3.8. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting EMEA Consumption Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
  • 3.9. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting EMEA Consumption Forecast, By Application (ASP $)
  • 3.10. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting APAC Consumption Forecast, By Application ($Million)
  • 3.11. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting APAC Consumption Forecast, By Application (Quantity)
  • 3.12. LED Lamps Used in Explosion Proof Lighting APAC Consumption Forecast, By Application (ASP $)
  • 3.13. List of Countries in the APAC Region
  • 4.1. LED Color Variety - Selected Examples
  • 4.2. LED Color Chart

List of Figures

  • 1.1.1. Product Life Cycle (PLC)
  • 1.1.2 Paint Booth Lighting
  • 1.1.3. Explosion Proof LED Drop-Light/Trouble Light
  • 1.1.4. Explosion Proof LED Signal/Warning Lights
  • 1.1.5. Explosion Proof LED Lighting
  • 1.1.6. LED Lamp/Fixture for Industrial and Hazardous Environments
  • 1.1.7. Single-die LED: 1000 lm at 100 lm/W at 3A
  • 1.1.8. Four-die LED with Primary Optics
  • 1.1.9. LED Packaged Chip/Bulb
  • 1.1.10. LED Packaged Chip/Bulb
  • 1.1.11. LED Packaged Chip/Bulb Surface Mount Variations
  • 1.1.12. LED Packaged Chip/Bulb, as defined by ElectroniCast
  • 1.1.13. High Brightness LED Packaged Chip/Bulb, as defined by ElectroniCast
  • 1.1.14. LED-Based Tunnel Lamps Used in Mexico
  • 1.1.15. LED-Based Tunnel Lighting (China)
  • 1.2.1. Diagram of a typical LED chip
  • 1.2.2. Diagram of a typical LED chip
  • 1.2.3. LED Chip Cross-Sectional Structure
  • 1.2.4. Chip On Glass Cross-Sectional Structure
  • 1.2.5. ESD Protection Diodes
  • 1.2.6. Electrostatic Discharge Example
  • 1.2.7. Chip-on-Board LED Technology
  • 2.1.1. Hazardous Location Lighting (Class 1, Division 2) 300 Watts - 60 LEDS - Tripod Mount
  • 2.2.1. General Service LED-based Lamp (A-Style Bulb Category)
  • 2.2.2. Flame-Proof Explosion- Proof Luminaries
  • 2.2.3. Low Profile General Area Lamp
  • 2.2.4. LED Explosion Proof General-Area Light
  • 2.2.5. LED Explosion Proof Gas Station Lights
  • 2.3.1. LED-Based Linear Tube Lamp DIP Technology with Metal End-Caps (T8 Tube)
  • 2.3.2. LED-Based Linear Tube Lamp SMD Technology with Metal End-Caps (T8 Tube)
  • 2.3.3. LED-Based Linear Lamp Chip-on-Board (COB) Technology (Linear Lamp)
  • 2.3.4. LED Linear Tubes in Explosion-Proof Fixtures
  • 2.3.5. Portable Explosion Proof LED Linear Tube Lighting
  • 2.4.1. Performance Intrinsic Helmet Light
  • 2.4.2. Explosion Proof LED Flashlight
  • 2.4.3. Explosion Proof LED Flashlight
  • 2.4.4. Cordless, Water-Proof, Explosion-Proof Miners Headlamp
  • 2.4.5. Street With No Illumination
  • 2.4.6. Street Illuminated with HID Flashlight
  • 2.4.7. Chromaticity Limits for NVIS Colors, NVIS White and NVIS Blue
  • 2.4.8. NVIS Response Curves
  • 2.4.9. NVIS Colors Allowed in a “Class A” Cockpit
  • 2.4.10. NVIS Colors: Type I Class B
  • 2.4.11 NVIS Green A Flip Filter Hood for Flashlight
  • 2.5.1. Flood Light - Specialty Lighting
  • 2.5.2. Mine Explosion Proof Outdoor Light
  • 2.5.3. LED Luminaire for Hazardous Areas
  • 2.5.4. LED Luminaire for Mining and Heavy Industrial Applications
  • 3.1. Spray-Paint Booths/Facilities
  • 3.2. Number of Nuclear Reactors - Worldwide
  • 3.3. LED Lighting Fixture - Power Plant Installation
  • 3.4. Explosion Proof LED Lighting for Oil Drilling Rigs, Oil, Gas Production Platforms
  • 3.5. Explosion Proof LED Lighting in a Tunnel
  • 3.6. 18W 36W LED Explosion Proof Lamp
  • 3.7. Explosion Proof Enclosure
  • 3.8. Factory-sealed LED Luminaire
  • 3.9. Explosion Proof LED Light for Offshore Structures
  • 3.10. LED-Based Explosion Proof Main Marine Lantern
  • 3.11. Offshore Platform
  • 4.1. Green light emission from RPCVD p-GaN layers grown on MOCVD
  • 4.2. ATEX & IECEx Certified Explosion-proof LED Light
  • 4.3. Highest-Performing Single-Die LED
  • 4.4. LEDs on a Metal Core Linear Flexible Printed Circuit Board
  • 4.5. LED Chromatic Chart
  • 4.6. Evolution of Research Emphasis During Technology Life Cycle
  • 4.7. Wire-Bondable Silicon ESD Diode Chip in Gel-Packs
  • 4.8. LED Chip: Metal Layer (Thin Film Technology)
  • 4.9. AC LED Technology on a Wafer
  • 4.10. UV LED Chip Packages (Sample)
  • 4.11. Fully Printed Halide Perovskite LEDs with Silver Nanowire Electrodes
  • 4.12. Ultra High Bright LED Chip
  • 4.13. LED Chip Design with Copper Alloy Thermal Conductivity
  • 4.14. LED Chip Design - Sapphire vs. Copper Alloy
  • 4.15. Ultra-Thin LED
  • 4.16. Solid-State Lighting LED
  • 4.17. LED Module with High Light Quality
  • 4.18. LED Module with Low-Profile Rectangular Shape
  • 4.19. Phosphor Technology: Thin Film Flip Chip (TFFC) technology
  • 4.20. Next-Generation Light Emitting Diode Module
  • 4.21. 4-Leaded RGB LED
  • 4.22. Basic Structure of a Deep-UV Light-Emitting Diode
  • 4.23. Vertically Conducting Advanced LED Structure
  • 4.24. AlGaInP LED Efficacy
  • 4.25. Red Nitride Phosphors
  • 5.1. ElectroniCast Market Research & Forecasting Methodology
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