LGP - Light-Guiding Prismatic
CDP15 - Colonial De-glaring Prism
The light-guiding prismatic sheet LGP de-couples the light that is fed into the sheet from the small end across the wide surface area using the means of integrated prismatic optics. Light sources may be used as CCFL, linear LED lines or even T5 tubes. The primary light emitting area usually has a plain surface, while the rear surface carries the micro prism structure. The micro prism structure is not acting as a diffusor but uses reflection (direct portion of light ~ 60%) and refraction (indirect portion of light ~ 40%) with the prism structures. The direct portion of light is usually also de-glared.
Without light fed in from the edges the LGP plate appears almost transparent.
Ingemann Lighting and Optics offers a versatile processing of the material in both 3 and 5 axis milling machines and laser cutters. For additional information, please see data sheet.
For any specific requirements to the light distribution, please contact us for a continued dialogue.