We are a using unique chip structure that offers high light-extraction efficiency, high power, low thermal resistance, and excellent reliability from the most famous brand in the market.
This chip structure along with many years of refining the manufacturing processes, enables us to produce high-performance light.
We always source the LED which belongs to specific color Bin to achieve uniformity of the light.
Since no two humans perceive color in exactly the same way and an individual’s perception of color varies over time, to come up with an acceptable uniformity of perception, David Macadam devised a set of viewing experiments that documented the variability of color perception in single Viewers. The results of his work showed that individual viewers tended to cluster their perceptions of similar colors into Ellipses on the CIE color space, consistent light color in the life rated products
As per Macadam standard in step 1 is impossible to recognize the color variance. In step 2 -3 is hardly noticeable and in step 4 the color variances are noticeable. H.S.I always pick the LED with a maximum of 3 Macadam’s steps.
The COB in HSI products has been supplied through the COB manufacturers which are market-leading in terms of a high standard and innovative material. So the Lighting products can deliver the maximum amount of light using as little as the power. This COB efficacy could reach to 130 lumen/w. the luminous
efficacy could be varied for different correlated color temperatures.
The appearance of light color both in terms of Chromacity (CCT) and color rendition (CRI) is important in the overall feeling of space. Therefore designers should consider both Chroma city and CRI as key components of a design.
CRI, Color Rendering Index
Along with the usual efficiency and long life, the Color Rendering Index is a major factor to justify the LED light quality as well. In simple words, CRI is bulb’s ability to make reds, greens, and all other shades look just the way they should.
A bulb's capacity for producing correct-looking colors is measured by its score on the color rendering index. This figure, usually referred to as the CRI number, is a score out of 100. that actually averages several scores together, each one for a different color.
A high CRI number is like a high-grade point average for color quality. These score drops by getting the higher color temperature. For example, the CRI of 6000 k technically will be lower than 3000k for same the LED series.
New research expresses that to improve the quality of the lights along with CRI (Color Rendering Index) value one more factor needs to be considered: R9 value
When CRI is measured, the light source is tested against the first 8 (of the 14 possible) pigment color samples only (R1-R8). The current CRI scale does not cover the strong reds (R9) that are prevalent in skin tones, artwork, clothing, and grocery store produce.
LEDs can produce a spectral distribution that enhances the perception of these saturated colors, so although LEDs are achieving higher general CRI ratings, they have not been tested
in the higher R-value saturated color ranges where they are prevalent. CCT (Correlated Color Temperature)
The available color temperature from warm to cool white beside high CRI in HSI products, enable designers to create the lighting mood and different ambiances that enhance costumer experiences.