Light is more than the opposite of shadow
Since its foundation in the late 1990s, Jungbecker Optics has set new standards in the world of glare and beam control with its world-class high precision optics. The Fresnel lens technique, which was originally developed for the field of application of solar energy, today are leading solutions in the manufacture of lamps, appliances and lighting equipment in general. The recognized creative potential is far from exhausted and is constantly being renewed.
Optical plates and films made of thermoplastic materials, but also optical silicones and that perform very precise functions through their surface structures that have hundreds of micro-prisms. Light can be grouped, guided and shaped finding applications in different areas: glare-free, undisturbed offices, creating environments in which light creates a positive atmosphere in public buildings, hospitals or schools. The production of luminaires opens up spaces of innovation that influence both function and design. Plates, discs, films and even 3D microstructures available in custom sizes and different thicknesses.
State-of-the-art solutions with maximum performance and energy efficiency for back-light or edge-light applications. Jungbecker Optik’s drive is to explore the limits and open up new fields of application with new solutions in a wide variety of optical disciplines. Color, ergonomics and psyche: light influences our actions and our well-being. Jungbecker is therefore an infinitely versatile and state-of-the-art lighting fixture manufacturing component. The LED era widens the fields of application, point light needs orientation, focus and glare reduction. Either as a miniature reading light or as a signaling element on an offshore oil drilling rig.
Glare control delta structure
A standard solution with exceptional glare reduction capabilities and a transmission efficiency greater than 95% in a typical LED luminaire application. An extremely compact yet efficient Component that offers incomparable aesthetics in technical lighting solutions. The concave surface structures and continuous cell connectors provide proven mechanical stability comparable to those from 2mm thick with 3mm prismatic structures. Its reduced height and low weight allow the design and manufacture of even more compact luminaires. Available in smoky tones that increase glare control performance and hide light sources when the unit is off.
Conical glare control structure
When it comes to reducing glare, the CDP microstructure prism surface is unique and offers the most efficient beam management solution on the market. The functional elements are implemented in the form of cones and have been optimized for maximum performance based on numerical algorithms developed specifically for this type of application. High efficiency, uniform glare reduction over the entire diffuser surface and high transparency are the characteristics of this product that offers unsurpassed performance for lighting concepts in accordance with DIN EN 12464. A brilliant solution for critical glare reduction applications with UGR less than 19.
Conical glare control structure -Sharp-
CDPS achieves even more effective glare reduction. A variant with a higher definition of the vertices of the CDP prism structure. The installation of CDPS requires a second flat transparent sheet under the structure of the prisms. In addition to providing even more efficient sustained glare control, CDPS offers a building solution with a flat surface on the outside, impervious to dirt and easy to clean. Its mode of assembly is an advantage for sanitary or food handling installation areas and clean rooms. An outstanding solution for applications with maximum glare limiting or UGR specifications.
Conical glare control structure with 15º prism inclination
It combines the excellent glare reduction properties of Jungbecker conical structures with a lateral deflection of the incident light beam. The 15 degree inclination of the cones allows their application in asymmetric lighting such as wallwashers, floor lamps and pendants. Its structure is suitable for asymmetric lighting applications with a UGR lower than 19. It offers customization and development options for specific products, under customer specifications.
Linear glare control prisms.
The linear structure prisms of this light management and glare reduction diffuser are provided with prisms with and have the property of offering an efficient sweep of luminaires along their main axis. The optimized pyramidal structure with extremely sharp radius vertices is excellent for directing light with high precision. Finds frequent application in geometries of flat luminaires. Available with type of machining and processing according to drawing, on demand.
Concentric glare control prisms
Glare Control Concentric Circular Prisms (RDP) are a modification of the Circular Fresnel Lens (CFL) application. For this, the linear glare control prisms of the “LDP” optical plate have been optimized and fulfill the same function, but their circular arrangement has been specifically designed to adapt circular luminaires with diameters up to 600 mm. With a 1.5 mm high prism it offers a refractive index of 1,491 and transmission (D65) of 92% in the colorless PMMA variant with efficiencies greater than 95% transmission.
Linear prisms 90 ° (Batwing distribution)
Its 90º optical structure acts as a divider of the axis of the light beam in luminaires. Due to its special geometry of the mutually perpendicular flanks, a wide variety of light control tasks can be efficiently solved with this product: beam splitting, beam deflection, total reflection of incident vertical radiation, etc. Available in methacrylate (PMMA) and in Polycarbonate (PC) for both indoor and outdoor applications that require greater resistance to fire, impact, weathering and ultraviolet radiation.
Asymmetric glare reducing prisms
ADP is a special application of the Linear De-glaring Prism (LDP). These prisms are arranged asymmetrically with vertical flanks on one side so that the parallel light beam is guided through the prisms; this allows directed illumination of objects and surfaces. Main characteristics is its surface with transparent prism microstructure with optical quality. Asymmetrical prisms with vertical flanks on one side tilt the light approximately 20 degrees from the vertical. Also available in polycarbonate (PC) as a base material for critical fire protection applications available upon request.
Fields of application : wallwashers and generation of optimal asymmetric light distribution curves in connection with pre-collimated light sources.
Side light guide plate
The surface of the LGP light guide plate has hot and pressure minted dispersion primers on its surface. LGP distributes laterally projected light uniformly on its path through prismatic structures. The active optical structures have been calculated to offer aesthetic uniformity as well as perfect lighting control. Reflection and refraction as basic principles offer high performance coupled with an efficient guidance solution that adds features such as low UGR or batwing with a transmission efficiency of up to 85%.