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Light-Emitting Surface (LES) Concept Enables Comparison of Photometric Properties

Posted on Monday October 19 2015, by Tim Whitaker

This article was published in LED Professional Review, Issue 51, September/October 2015

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The concept of the light-emitting surface (LES) has been developed by the Zhaga Consortium to enable comparisons of the photometric properties of different LED light engines. Stefan Lorenz, a Systems Architect with OSRAM GmbH, describes the theory behind the LES and how it applies to the different Zhaga Books.


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