Successful LED lighting products rely on sound luminaire design technologies. At LiteTronix, our continuous, dedicated resources investment in luminaire design has led to solid domain know-how in 3 major areas.
The LiteTronix’s optics system reachs 94% optical efficiency and provides 30% more efficient than traditional HID optical systems. The precise lens design and manufacture render the uniform light distribution without over light and spill light on house side and sky.
LiteTronix’s symmetric and asymmetric light pattern offer user’s options of illumination allocation between roadway and sidewalk areas. The light pattern design meets the roadway lighting classification(type I medium cutoff, type II medium cutoff, type II short cutoff and type V short cutoff) of many international standards, including CIE, IESNA, CNS, etc.
LED lighting is a integral system of lighting, thermal and electronics. LiteTronix’s thermal management use CFD technique to solve the LED heat dissipation and also concerns the power electronics thermal issue. Via the effective thermal management plus the right LED with LM-80 certification, LiteTronix’s products can be 50,000+ hours rated life at 70% lumens maintenance.
LiteTronix provides an optimized design of heat sink of which temperature variation of the heat sink is less that 2℃. In additions, junction temperature of LED is controlled under 90℃ when operated at ambient temperature 25 ℃ under still-air situation. By doing this, the lifetime of LEDs is therefore guaranteed up to 50,000 hours.
Our luminaires design also incorporates over-temperature protection mechanism which will automatically engage in harsh environment to prevent LED junction temperature over 100C.
LiteTronix’s patent-pending multi-channel DC-DC true current source design with the adoption of switching mode power supply provides constant current to each branch of light modules and, therefore, allows LEDs to deliver constant lighting output during operation.
An intelligent circuit is utilized to adjust LED input current to compensate for the temperature variation of the light module. The output current of the circuit is automatically adjusted to avoid LED overheating so that light module temperature can stay beneath 85 degrees Celsius.