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Products, Materials + Tools | Sep 18, 2012

LEDiL Extends its Unique FLARE Series with Two Specialty TIR Lenses

LEDiL’s standard FLARE optic is now joined by the smaller, FLARE-MINI and the larger FLARE-MAXI lenses. These lenses produce a very wide horizontal beam pattern with tight vertical cutoff, for outstanding performance in emergency lighting and warning beacon applications. While many emergency and beacon applications call for the use of saturated color LEDs such as red or blue, FLARE products can also be used with white LEDs in cove lighting, corridor lighting, wall sconces or in other architectural applications.

Features:
• Beam typically 10˚–20˚ x 90˚–140˚ (subject to the LED chosen)
• Other beam spread can be achieved by forming the surfaces
according to applications specific need (Freeform)
• Designed for use with LEDs from Cree, Nichia,
Seoul, Osram and Philips Lumileds
• Molded from PMMA – no degradation due to UV radiation
• RoHS compliant and halogen free

Applications:
• Emergency vehicle warning lights
• Hazardous location lighting
• Warning beacons
• Cove lighting
• Corridor lighting
• Wall sconces and architectural applications

Latest LED qualifications or distributor inventory can be viewed on-line at www.ledil.com.

About LEDiL:
The only true specialist in the field of secondary optics for high-power and lighting-class LEDs, LEDiL has been producing precision-engineered optics and reflectors since 2002 and now boasts nearly 1000 standard products optimized for use with LEDs produced by the world’s prominent LED manufacturers. Custom solutions are also commonly developed with minimal end-user tooling investment required. With production in Finland and China and a global network of authorized distributors, LEDiL’s products are market-competitive and readily available.

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