Resources | Intellectual Properties | Optics | Sep 30, 2016

Fraen Color-Mixing Zoom System Patent for LED Lighting Issued by USPTO

Fraen is pleased to announce that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently issued a patent on the cornerstone product of Fraen’s entertainment lighting optics portfolio. Patent number 9,411,083 was granted on August 9, 2016, and covers Fraen’s system for colormixing zoom LED lighting optics.

Target Markets:
●  Architectural lighting         
●  Entertainment lighting
●  Museum lighting               
●  Wall-wash lighting
●  Any applications requiring excellent color-mixing and continues zoom-range

Fraen has been at the forefront of developing LED color-mixing optics for over a decade, and released its latest color-mixing zoom system to the market in 2012. Since that time, Fraen has continuously worked to improve upon its early successes, and now boasts the most efficient and effective color-mixing zoom optical systems for LED entertainment lighting available today.

Standard and full custom solutions are available. Please email optics@fraen.com for information about pricing and sample availability.
For additional information, please visit www.fraen.com

About Fraen Corporation:

Fraen Corporation specializes in the design, development and manufacture of optics for high-powered LEDs. Fraen offers a wide range of standard products for all major LED makers as well as specializing in designing and manufacturing custom optics. Fraen’s other businesses include its Custom Manufacturing Division, which specializes in lighted plastic automotive interior components and complex metal fabrication; and Fraen Machining Corporation, which manufactures precision-turned metal components.

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