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Zhejiang Rishine
LED lighting Co., Ltd.

Zhejiang Rishine LED Lighting Co., Ltd is China LED Anti-glare (UGR<19) Panel Lights Manufacturers and OEM LED Anti-glare (UGR<19) panel lights factory. It is a company that specializes in R&D and production of LED panel lights with a combination of industry and trade. With the concept of serving the market with quality, Ruixin quickly occupied the main markets in Europe and America through continuous efforts and improvement, and passed the ISO9001 certification and BSCI certification successively. Our products have passed the European CE, RoHS, TUV, Australia SAA certification, and the United States UL, DLC certification.


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Introduce of LED Anti-glare (UGR<19) Panel Lights :
LED anti-glare (UGR < 19) panel lights are a type of LED panel lights that have been designed to minimize glare and reduce visual discomfort for people. UGR (Unified Glare Rating) is a metric used to measure the amount of glare produced by a light source. A UGR of 19 or less is considered to be low glare and less likely to cause visual discomfort.
Some features that you might find on LED anti-glare (UGR < 19) panel lights include:
Anti-glare design: These lights have been designed to minimize glare and reduce visual discomfort for people, with a UGR < 19 rating.
High brightness: These lights are designed to produce bright and consistent lighting, making it easy to see and navigate the space.
Energy efficiency: LED panel lights are known for their energy efficiency, using less energy than traditional lighting sources.
Long lifespan: LED panel lights have a long lifespan, with many models lasting for up to 50,000 hours or more.
Wide color rendering index: They have a wide color rendering index (CRI) which helps to show the true color of the products in the store.
IP rating: Often these panel lights are built with protection rating to handle the dust and moisture which are commonly found in retail settings.
Low profile: LED slim panel lights are designed with a low profile, which makes them ideal for spaces where space is at a premium, such as in tight ceilings or small rooms.
Overall, LED anti-glare (UGR < 19) panel lights are a convenient and energy-efficient lighting option that can be used in commercial and residential spaces to provide bright, consistent lighting while minimizing glare and reducing visual discomfort for people. They are energy-efficient, have a long lifespan, are very bright, versatile, and durable, and can provide a unique lighting solution for specific applications or aesthetics. They are commonly used in spaces where visual comfort is important, such as offices, schools, and hospitals.

Production of  LED Anti-glare (UGR<19) Panel Lights:
The production of LED anti-glare (UGR < 19) panel lights involves several steps, similar to that of the standard LED panel lights but with additional considerations to minimize glare and ensure a low UGR rating.
Design: The first step in the production process is the design of the lights. This typically involves creating a detailed blueprint or schematic that outlines the size, shape, and functionality of the lights. In this case, the anti-glare design and a low UGR rating are considered in this phase.
Sourcing materials: Once the design has been finalized, the next step is to source the materials that will be used in the production of the lights. This typically includes LED chips, circuit boards, lenses, and other electronic components. However, in this case, the components will be considered with the anti-glare design and low UGR rating in mind. This might involve sourcing LED chips that emit less glare, lenses or coatings that minimize glare, and other components that can aid in achieving a low UGR rating.
Assembly: Once the materials have been sourced, the lights are assembled in the factory. This typically involves attaching the LED chips to the circuit board, securing the lenses in place, and testing the lights to ensure that they are functioning properly. However, extra care will be taken in this phase to make sure the lights are assembled to the anti-glare design and UGR rating specifications, this might involve proper positioning of the LED chips and lenses, or applying coatings to the lens.
Testing: After the lights have been assembled, they are thoroughly tested to ensure that they meet the required specifications. This includes testing for brightness, color temperature, color rendering, and other key performance parameters. Additionally, the lights will be tested for UGR rating and measure the amount of glare produced to ensure that it meets the low UGR rating of < 19.
Packaging: Once the lights have been tested and approved, they are packaged for shipping. This typically involves placing the lights in a box or other protective packaging, along with any necessary documentation such as user manuals or warranty information.

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