10 September 2011 Optical design for LED dental lighting with imaging optic technique
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Proceedings Volume 8129, Novel Optical Systems Design and Optimization XIV; 81290P (2011); doi: 10.1117/12.894228
Event: SPIE Optical Engineering + Applications, 2011, San Diego, California, United States
Abstract
We did a research as follows. First of all, selected optimum LEDs and mixed it for higher CRI, target CCT and illuminance. The following step is optical module design. Light directional characteristics of dental lighting must be concentrated to illuminate a part. Because This part is oral cavity, The feature of illumination pattern is rectangular. For uniformity of illuminance and clearer pattern boundary at reference distance, we designed it as direct type (no use reflector) by imaging optic technique. First, Image is rectangular feature, so object must be the same feature with magnification in general imaging optics. But the emitting surface feature of LED (1W grade) is square or circular generally. For that reason, made object as rectangular source with rectangular lightguide. This optical component was designed for higher efficiency by illumination optic technique. Next, we designed optical lenses based on imaging optic technique for image object feature using Code V. set to high NA for light efficiency in this design. Fundamentally, Finally, This product is luminaire so illumination simulation and result analysis were executed by LightTools as illumination design software.
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Young-Hoon Kwon, Seung-Chul Bae, Hae-Ryong Lim, Ja-Soon Jang, "Optical design for LED dental lighting with imaging optic technique", Proc. SPIE 8129, Novel Optical Systems Design and Optimization XIV, 81290P (10 September 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.894228; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.894228
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Light sources and illumination

Light emitting diodes

LED lighting

Optical design

Halogens

Light sources

Reflectors

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