May 03 2014

SPF For LED?

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Expert seminar ‘Eye injury LED rays’ in the Haus der Technik LEDs are everywhere in lighting technology on the rise. The brightness and intensity will be constantly increased. LED bulbs are already widely used as running lights in cars, for flashlights, for domestic and street lighting, and even for photography and stage equipment. But rarely the hazard potential is discussed specifically by LED radiation for the human eye. Until recently, the LED radiation was classified even after the laser standard.

But also for optical emitters, which are no lasers and include LED, there are General and largely mandatory requirements for the product and occupational safety. The seminar eye hazard LED rays”on March 16, 2010 in Munich under the direction of Dipl.-Phys. Werner Horak (Siemens AG) and Dipl.-Phys. Werner Hadani (OSRAM GmbH) shows the effect of optical radiation and the photobiological Gefahrungspotenzial of LED as compared to conventional light sources and lasers. On the basis of Valuation bases conveyed the EU directive for safety at work and the lamp safety standard for the classification, as well as an introduction in the limits and methods of measurement. Registration and the detailed event programme of technology e.V., Tel. 0201/1803-344 (Mrs. Gebauer), 0201/1803-346 fax or on the Internet at and htd/veranstaltungen/W-H010-03-383-0.html Dipl.-ing get interested in the House. Kai banks man

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