- Optimal thermal conditions are essential to achieve long life and utilise LED light sources as efficiently as possible
- LED light source and driver have to match in order to obtain the highest light output
- Colour rendering has to be a least Ra>=80 to obtain the best reproduction of natural light
- The degree of colour variance (MacAdam’s factor) between each LED has to be as low as possible (SDCM<=3) for the most uniform colour experience
- A high lm/W gives a more energy efficient lighting solution and is a better efficiency indicator than light output ratio (LOR)
- The optical solution must be adapted to the LED light source for the highest possible efficiency and glare control
tForce Lighting can do all of the above.