21 September 2011 Optics designs for an innovative LED lamp family system
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On the general lighting market of LED lamps for professional applications there are still mainly products for single purpose solutions existing. There is a lack of standardised lamp systems like they are common for conventional lighting technologies. Therefore, an LED lamp family system was studied using high power LED with the objective to entirely substitute standard conventional lamp families in general lighting applications in the professional market segment. This comprises the realization of sets of lamp types with compact and linear shapes as well as with light distribution characteristics ranging from diffuse to extreme collimation and exceptionally high candle power. Innovative secondary optics concepts are discussed which allow both, the design of lamps with non-bulky shape and to obtain sufficient colour mixing when using multicolour LED combinations in order to achieve a very high colour rendering quality.
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Herbert Weiss, Herbert Weiss, Julius Muschaweck, Julius Muschaweck, Stefan Hadrath, Stefan Hadrath, Sergey Kudaev, Sergey Kudaev, } "Optics designs for an innovative LED lamp family system", Proc. SPIE 8170, Illumination Optics II, 81700M (21 September 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.903050; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.903050
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