ALTLED® T8 Tubes New Option – Linear Fresnel Lens

Using the Fresnel lens for LED T8 tube with smaller chipsets has an advantage over frosted lens due to decreased loss of brightness. Most consumers do not like the visible chips in an LED T8 tube, thus manufacturers would either semi-frost or fully-frost the tube to cause a blurring effect of the chips, hoping to reduce the apparent LED chips within the tube. However, frosting the lens causes a lot of brightness to diminish. Alternatively, a Fresnel lens can capture more oblique light from a light source, thus allowing lesser light to become waste.

The effect of linear Fresnel lens is hardly the equivalent of conventional fluorescent T8 tubes, however its appearance is equally appealing as it creates a nice and clean line of directional light perfect for office or commercial usage. Furthermore, ALTLED’s T8 tubes are non-flickering and together with the Fresnel lens it can also be non-glare. Therefore this new option provides customers the option to buy energy-saving LED T8 tubes without sacrificing aesthetics and safety.

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About Aeon Lighting Technology:
Aeon Lighting Technology (ALT) is a leading high-power LED manufacturer that focuses on precision and quality. ALT has acquired hundreds of patents, including state-of-the-art heat sink technology and has been awarded numerous international awards, including M Technology Award (2009), iF Product Design Award (2010), Red Dot Design Award (2011), and Good Design Award (2012). ALT has also passed international safety certifications such as Energy Star, DLC, UL, ETL, CE, PSE, C-TICK, LVD, FCC, TÜV, etc. ALT’s team of designers, engineers and sales strive for perfection and provide premium quality products and service for customers worldwide.

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