LED-based ring light

  • 14-May-2013 07:24 EDT
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Global Lighting Technologies (GLT) offers an LED-based ring light that can be integrated into automotive interior lighting such as cup holders and clocks. The optical portion of the ring light is a two-piece design. An optical light guide incorporates two LEDs aligned on the input edge of the product and contains custom-designed optical extraction features that evenly distribute the light rays around the ring. An injection-molded diffuser plate, which contains a custom array of optical features, is used to create the uniform visual light distribution and even out the specular nature of the light extraction features within the molded light guide. GLT works with customers to integrate the ring light into their custom products, providing full engineering and prototyping services.

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