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Previously, Sörensen held senior sales and marketing positions at various companies. Among others, he succeeded as “Sales Director Government” in building up a government oriented tender business for Holland’s biggest system integrator. In 2000 as the youngest ever recipient, Sörensen was awarded the coveted Top Manager of the year. He is fluent in English, German, Dutch and Norwegian.


The economist and MBA looks forward to introducing the benefits and excellent opportunities of the Optogan group to the international lighting market. “Our first priority in international Sales, is the latest generation of Chip-on-Board and customized LED modules. Apart from the advantage of our outstanding technology and competitively priced products, we are also working with our SSL customers, the leading luminaire manufacturers, to build a partner network for the Russian market.”


“With Ove Sörensen, we have managed to engage an international Top Manager as Director Sales and Business Development for Optogan securing our long-term business success. Our customers appreciate the experienced and highly motivated sales team led by Ove Sörensen”, said Alexey Kovsh, Executive Vice President of the Optogan Group.


Osram unveils feel-good “Brilliant-Mix” LED


The new LED concept from Osram Opto Semiconductors achieves 30 % greater luminous efficacy with a high colour rendering index.


Warm white light with a high luminous efficacy (110 lm/W) and a colour rendering index (CRI) of more than 90 are the result of the new “Brilliant-Mix” concept from Osram Opto Semiconductors. The intelligent colour mix based on powerful Oslon SSL LEDs in EQ-White and Amber covers a broad white spectrum from 2700 to 4000 K. Depending on the required luminous flux, a different number of these LEDs can be combined to produce warm white feel- good light of high quality that will set new standards in general illumination applications.


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The natural warm white light, which provides realistic rendering of colours and skin tones, comes from the new “Brilliant Mix” LED concept from Osram Opto Semiconductors


This new LED concept is backed by in-depth Osram know-how in terms of the high-power Oslon SSL LED, expertise in colour mixing and control and project-specific customer support. The main applications for the new concept include high-quality lighting solutions for residential and commercial premises such as shops and offices.


The high quality of the light is based on the combination of a pleasant warm tone and very high colour rendering properties. The high CRI ensures that colours and skin tones appear in artificial light as natural as they do in normal daylight. Test colours R9 (saturated red) and R13 (skin colours) are crucial for the natural rendering of red and skin tones. With CRIs of 78 and 98 respectively they have much higher values than most conventional light sources.


The typical value for the general colour rendering index Ra (averaged sum of test colours R1 to R8) is 92 at a colour temperature of 2700 K. The luminous


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