[ROVERNET - UK] Fwd: LED Replacements
defender110 at ozemail.com.au
Sat Apr 30 21:55:18 BST 2005
High intensity LED's get their "brightness" by confining their lumen
output into a very narrow cone. This is why you always see them in an
array, not singlarly.
The end of the LED is a lens that does just this. To get a worthwhile
side spread, you will need to mount the LED's of the array on a
spherical or curved surface, so the outer LED's are actually angled off
Oh, as an aside, before anyone gets excited about some of the "blue
bulb" info in the link below, check this out
>>ooops, forgot to add the link...
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