An overview of the key parameters in selecting LED lenses including light distribution and lens size and positioning.
A basic overview of chip on board (cob) LEDs including the advantages and disadvantages of use as well as common applications that use cob LEDs.
LED manufacturers Toshiba and Cree are now using silicon in the production of their LEDs to help lower the expenses associated with purchasing LED products.
Gamut Area Index (GAI) complements CRI and CCT in the Class A color concept. Certain manufacturers are incorporating Class A color into their LED products.
A review of the two allied technology trends that are contributing to the expanding use of LEDs in mood lighting for aircraft and light therapy products.
A look at testing standards for remote-phosphor devices due to degradation effects on white LEDs along with products from OSRAM, Intematix, and Bridgelux.
Comparison of today's commercial LEDs and silicon-substrate LEDs including the the recent advanced in manufacturing technology.
More efficient and environmentally-friendly LED designs will allow designers, businesses, and consumers to illuminate locations both indoors and out more economically, will improve recyclability, and will cut waste.
No matter how good your selection of LED lighting sources, your resulting design can only be as good as its optics
The performance, reliability, and design life of LED arrays depend heavily on proper thermal management