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recommends that only when all the parameters are considered can a truly low glare environment be guaranteed. The specifications of Integral’s ‘Advance Panel’ aim to maximise the possibility of a desirable outcome. *Based on the Unified Glare Rating table produced in Integral’s UK light laboratory.


The ‘Advance’ LED Panel: a practical step toward a low glare future In designing an ideal LED Panel for a low glare scheme, Integral has taken an innovative approach to ensure a highly focussed beam of light. The fresh approach includes positioning a separate guide plate alongside a TPa rated polycarbonate diffuser as the primary surface. The layered arrangement of materials complies with building regulations and allows the panel unit to be positioned anywhere across an office ceiling. Effectively, this allows for the deployment of


two new optical elements; a long life PMMA light guide plate and a micro-prism plate to direct illumination from the light source downward and thereby avoiding light spill. The lighting distribution is therefore focussed from the customary 110° beam angle to a tighter 92° distribution. “Today’s workplace demands a stress free


environment. Our simple aim is to give our customers the know-how and the tools to exclude glare and promote productivity through good quality lighting. The design of the new Advance Panel has been optimised to achieve a low glare result, as part of a well- planned UGR lighting scheme,” comments Alex Duggan, Senior Product Manager for Integral LED. Integral has introduced its Advance UGR<19


edge-lit panel at a non-premium price. It has even bundled four in a pack to deliver even greater savings at scale. The luminaire is available at 3000K (warm) and 4000K (Cool) and delivers strong energy performance at 100lm/W.


Understanding UGR:


Tips ●Only a room or interior space can have a UGR.


●Glare is caused by the contrast between all visible light-sources.


●Daylight, reflectance as well as artificial light is measured.


●UGR is calculated using a complex equation.


●Data includes the luminance value of the luminaire, background, angle of the luminaire as seen by the viewer.


Today’s workplace demands a stress free environment. Our simple aim is to give our


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customers the know-how and the tools to exclude glare and promote productivity through good quality lighting.


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