Learn how well-engineered optics can decrease material costs, increase overall efficacy and maximize the lifetime of LED luminaires.
Well-designed optics can assure the correct amount of light in the target area and minimize spillage into other areas, saving energy and increasing the visual quality of the lighting.
Often today, a luminaire’s beam pattern is only considered to the extent that it meets the minimum light level requirements of the installation. By focusing light on the application, well-designed optics offer substantial cost savings to lighting OEMs by allowing them to reduce the required luminaire power.
Such optical control requires less luminous flux from the fixture, thus potentially reducing the bill of materials (BOM) costs by reducing LED count, driver wattage, and heatsinking requirements. With the proper optics, a luminaire can significantly increase efficiency by focusing light only on the target area and minimizing lighting in other areas.
In this webcast, LEDiL will share typical lighting setups and case studies that demonstrate how proper optics design can deliver BOM savings, power reduction, and enhanced visual comfort.