An LED module is composed of the individual LEDs, which are soldered to a circuit board. ERCO relates the LEDs from major manufacturers worldwide, specified for luminous flux, luminous efficacy, colour rendering, colour temperature or light colour and uniform properties for series production. Selecting appropriate LEDs, and their arrangement on the circuit board is carried out in dependence on the respective illumination object. To optimize the overall system ERCO develops the specific boards themselves. With appropriate layout for the particular radiation characteristics, precise connection points for the secondary optics, whilst ensuring optimum heat dissipation of the LED chips on the PCB to the housing
Board for projection optics
The yellow surface layer of gleaming white LEDs, the phosphor to luminescence. Optimized distances LED thermal management support on the board.
Board for reflective optics
In optical systems that direct the light through a light mixer, improves a high reflectance of the plate efficiency. Therefore, receive these boards a white paint. Optical system according to an adjustment of the LED array on the PCB.
Neutral white and warm white
ERCO has LED lights with the light colour neutral white or warm white. Designers can thus adjust the light colour the material colours and room atmosphere or working with hot and cold contrasts.
The production process of LEDs leads to a certain variation in colour location of LEDs, which are sorted in so-called binning. Uniform light quality requires the strict selection of components from defined binning.
Warm white LEDs
The relative spectral distribution of the warm white LED with luminescence agrees well with the relative sensitivity of Hellempfind-pin of the human eye. This results in a high luminous efficacy and good colour reproduction.
The RGB LEDs are on for mixing highly saturated coloured light. White light from RGB LEDs does not a satisfactory colour reproduction quality, and is therefore less suitable for colour-critical lighting applications.
The combination of RGB LEDs with warm white LEDs combine the advantages of both systems: RGBW lights generate one-hand variable shades of white along the Planckian locus with excellent colour reproduction, on the other hand, however, until well colour light of pastel colours in the high area.
LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) are semiconductor devices that convert electrical energy directly into by electroluminescence light. Robustness, durability and high light output with further growth potential are among the outstanding characteristics of the LEDs. White LED light is free of ultraviolet and infrared components and therefore advantageous for conservation. Daylight white LEDs provide greater efficiency, warm white LEDs have a better colour reproduction quality.
LEDs are dimmable and switching stability, they are therefore ideal for light control and additive colour mixing. Unlike other light sources, RGB LEDs, no transmission losses through colour filters. To the light output of the LEDs to the full temperature-sensitive, good thermal management is essential.