In the visible spectrum, each of the spectral colours corresponds to certain wavelengths of light. The more spectral colours a lamp contains, the better its colour rendering of objects under artificial light. Depending on the lamp type, the spectral radiation may vary due to the mode of operation or the luminescent material it includes.
However, there are also a lot of technical applications where the invisible spectrum plays a major role. For curing, optical cleaning and disinfection, just to name a few, the radiation in the UV range of the spectrum is the preferred choice. When drying or the contactless rapid heating of materials is required, the IR part of the spectrum is used.
Discover the diverse parts of the spectrum and our corresponding lighting solutions: