1. What is the difference between an Edgelit LED panel and a Backlit LED panel?

    LED panels have become increasingly popular in lighting applications due to their energy efficiency and versatility. When searching for LED panels, you may come across the terms "Edgelit" and "Backlit". But what exactly do these terms mean, and what distinguishes an Edgelit LED panel from a Backlit LED panel? In this article, we will explore the differences between these two types of LED panels to help you make an informed decision.

    Edgelit LED Panel: An Edgelit LED panel refers to a type of panel where the LEDs are positioned along the edges of the panel. The light emitted from the LEDs is then evenly distributed across the panel through a light guide or diffuser. This design ensures uniform illumination across the entire panel surface.

    Advantages of Edgelit LED Panels:

    1. Slim and Lightweight Design: Edgelit LED panels are known for their slim and lightweight construction. They are sleek and unobtrusive, making them suitable for various indoor lighting

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  2. What are LEDs?

    What are LEDs?
    What are LEDs actually? What are the advantages of LEDs? Why should you buy LED?

    LED is a more recent technical development for generating light with the help of electricity. The main advantage of LEDs is that LEDs save significant amounts of energy compared to older technologies such as incandescent lamps or fluorescent lamps. This makes LEDs environmentally friendly and significantly reduces energy costs.
    The name LED is an abbreviation for “light-emitting diode”, which means light-emitting diode or light-emitting diode. An LED essentially consists of a semiconductor crystal, as it is also used in microchips.
    LEDs have been around since 1962, but due to their low power they were mostly only used for light displays and the light color blue could not yet be manufactured. It was only at the end of the 1990s that the field of application of LEDs expanded enormously. For the first time it was possible to build white LEDs thanks to the development of the blue

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  3. What does CRI (color rendering index) mean for LEDs?

    Many people may have already seen that in a room that is completely illuminated in red, red things can hardly be seen, if at all. Red is therefore not reproduced in red light, it absolutely does not stand out from its surroundings, with blue looking completely black. The whole thing has to do with the color rendering of a light source. This color rendering is described in an index. Often there is also the abbreviation “CRI”, which is simply the English term for it. CRI is simply the abbreviation for "Color Rendering Index". In German, CRI is translated as “color rendering index” (abbreviation “Ra”). However, both are the same.

    All well and good, but what is the CRI value and what does it say?

    What does the CRI value mean?

    As I already indicated in the introduction, color perception depends very much on the light source. For example, sunlight has the best color rendering there is. Each color looks very natural and that is exactly our reference. So if we go back into

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  4. LED Sports field lighting

    LED Sports field lighting:
    This LED lamp is specially made for illuminating Sports fields such as Padel courts, Tennis courts, Football fields, Sports halls, Riding schools etc.
    Because this LED sports field lighting is equipped with glare-free glass, the athlete can look into the light during his game without dazzling it. The housing is made of aluminum and the lamps can be adjusted independently.
    This LED Stadium Lighting can be easily attached by means of the mounted iron suspension bracket.
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    These LED lamps are available in 300, 600, 900 and 1200 watts.
    If desired, we can supply customized wattages and models.

    Light output:
    We have this LED sports field lighting as standard in light color K6000 because this is the most common light color for

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  5. What does Lumen per Watt mean?

    When choosing the right lighting for an office, room or other interior/exterior, it’s important to understand the way the light will work in the space.

    This includes aesthetic factors — like the color, strength and feel of the light — but also efficiency factors, such as the power supply available, energy efficiency and, in enclosed spaces, thermal management.

    In this guide we’ll be focusing on the brightness of the light, to dispel some myths around luminosity — what makes one bulb brighter than another, after all?

    If you’ve purchased incandescent light bulbs in the past, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the higher the wattage, the brighter the light will appear.

    Whilst this was true in the past, there are now options available which provide a brighter bulb with less energy consumption. Not only is this approach better value for money in terms of energy used, it also extends the lifespan of your light bulbs.

    So next time you’re choosing a light

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