The total reflection patent, registered in 2008 and internationally recognised, is a technological innovation that borrows from astronomy. The system involves the use of a reflector inside the luminaire, whose purpose is collect the rays of LED light and focus them onto the ground uniformly. The LEDs are thus concealed from view, significantly reducing glare. Visual comfort and energy saving are the tangible consequences of the total reflection system.
We’ve taken the principle of total reflection and applied it to systems covered by three patents designed to provide targeted solutions for different lighting needs.
Applied in its standard form above all for street lighting, it delivers visual comfort and uniform lighting, without creating dark spots or glare.
This system is effective in the USA and in China too.
The BACKREFLECTIVE system tailors the optical principle of Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes in order to collimate the rays of light for long-range lighting. With its beam of intense light, it finds application in floodlighting towers.
The LENSFLECTIVE system uses one optical assembly to capture the LED emission and a second assembly that acts like a Fresnel lens, using reflection rather than refraction. It is applied to solutions that require short-range lighting.