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12:53 PM   [04 May 2019 | Saturday]

Advanced Optics Behind our LED Public Lighting

As Led Public lighting(CLASSIC) gains a stronger foothold in the commercial and industrial lighting industries, these luminaires offer advanced optics and other spectral features that would otherwise not be available in more traditional forms of lighting.

Advanced optics in all LED public lighting include lenses and reflectors that direct light completely where it is needed, with little or no light spilling into the surrounding area. This is critical in urban environments and areas where light pollution problems may be encountered. Uncontrolled or directed incorrect lights can be a nuisance or health hazard to neighbors. Similarly, for drivers and pedestrians on crowded streets, glare or slight clutter can pose a safety hazard.

The development of advanced optical technology and the development of better-LED technology. The light distribution from the LED common illumination is directly at the peak in front of the luminaire. When you move from side to side, the light intensity drops significantly. Most of the light from a typical LED common illumination is concentrated to an area that is approximately 20 degrees from either side of the light. Whether it is a smooth or mottled reflector surface and a gradient on the lens, this light can spread over a wide area with little loss of strength.

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