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GosoLED Recently launched: Polycrystalline, pure paraboloid ,micro prism,Non-glare LED lamp
LEDLIGHTING2012   11/14/2012 2:33:18 AM
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Lighting design is generally assumed space illumination calculation to determine the configuration of the lighting equipment without any rays going through the window during the night.Excellent luminous environment not only have sufficient illumination sources, the allocation of uniform illumination, but also avoid glare as much as possible.

 

 

Figure 1: The light source of glare effect

The glare is a visual phenomena which people feel uncomfortable to reduce observed detail or target because of the brightness distribution or brightness range of the unfit, or the existence of extreme luminance contrast. At present the glare problem of LED lamps is more serious in the market, the glare can make people feel dazzling to cause eyes sore, make people weep and decrease the eyesight. Even it can make people lose the ability of photopic vision caused by the inadaptation from the light and shade.Working under glare environment,people will get upset and irritable,even fatigued,hence it will have huge effect on people's production and life.Thus non-glare lamp is rolled out to solve the above problem.

There are 2 kinds of glare: the Direct Glare and the Reflected Glare.The glare from LED usually refers to the Reflected Glare.As one of the most professional LED lamps manufactory,this problem can be completely solved ,such as we use the uneven polycrystalline surface reflection optical lens to combine with frosted tempered glass optimization of optical applications design.

 

Figure 2: Traditional lens and reflector light output principle

Above Figure shows the light output of theory which the LED lamps used the lens and reflector in currently market.It is not difficult imagine when the convergence of light is in the range of visual focal, due to the convergence of light make eyes to increase intensity in receiving illumination,the discomfortable feeling of eyes led to glare response.Another situation is when the focus point of light is much less than the visual focal,due to the fragmentation of light,causing the light intensity is very weak,at same time it also can make eyes get tired and uncomfortable.This is also one of the factors that cause glare reflected.

Solving all the glaring problem is how to make the light output uniformly.GosoLED Lighting Co., Ltd own invention (No. ZL201220157321.9) , polycrystalline pure parabolic micro-ribbed non-glare technology. We use the theory to develop pure paraboloid reflector,which the lights can be reflected parallelly by paraboloid reflector.Lighting quality is out of the ordinary,it make a really non-glare lighting and non-pollution with high eveness come true.

 

Figure 3: Polycrystalline pure parabolic micro-ribbed non-glare technology

Polycrystalline pure parabolic micro-ribbed non-glare technology,using LED lights and physical reflective to make the lamps non-glaring and non-ghosting,and also avoid dazzling from light source and engendering disgust and uncomfortable visual reaction.This lamps will be very suitable for upscale office,meeting room,reception and other places of higher lighting visual comfort requirements.

 

Edy/Sales Manager

GosoLED Lighting Co., LTD
Add: Building 6B,Shi ao 2nd Industry park,Langqin Road, Dalang Street

        BaoAn District, Shenzhen,518000 China
Tel:  +86(755)61562850,61562851,61562852

Email:sales01@gosoled.com

Website: www.gosoledlamp.com      www.gosoled.com

 

 



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