By positioning Khatod lenses onto the micro LEDs in Red, Green, Blue and White (RGBW) colors, a real perfect optical system providing an excellent color mixing is settled.
Such optical systems are suitable for lighting items at short distance, because the light beams they produce do not transmit either UV rays or heat. They are particularly fit for close lighting such as shop windows, museum showcases, works of art, architectural and artistic details, etc.
Khatod, your best support in the growing requirements of the Solid State Lighting Market.
Single Color and Color Mix Appearance
The following figure shows the color appearance when all the LED chips are driven with same current, separately and simultaneously.
Viewing angles of single color and full color are almost identical, and the relative variation is smaller than those resulting from optical manufacturing and LED’s parameters dispersion.
Lens material: Optical Grade PMMA
Operating temperature range: -40° C / +90° C
Storage temperature range: -40° C / +90° C
• RGBW Color Mixing Lenses, available in 35mm diameter and 45mm diameter
• From extraordinary 8° ultra narrow beam up to 40° wide beam
• Available with Moving Lenslet Array (MLA), enabling zoom from 11° to 45° beam angle range
• Innovative design
• High optical efficiency over 90%
• Perfect uniform flux
• Shadows or glare totally eliminated
• Easy fixing onto the PCB
Full range of Color Mixing Optics Equipped with Moving Lenslet Array (MLA) 45mm diameter; beam angles from 11° to 45°. Can be equipped with a special MLA to be mounted on top of the lens allowing ZOOM and AUTOFOCUS applications. By sliding it on top of the lens you can vary the beam angles in a range from 11° to 45° by preserving a perfect color mixing and a high optical efficiency over 90% in the full range of the beam angles. The MLA and the lens fit perfectly as they have the same diameter. The beam angles vary from the narrow confi guration when the device is in contact with the lens, to the wider configurations when the MLA is made sliding over the lens.