Khatod Optical Solutions for LED Lighting and Components

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SQUARE Lenses for 3535 LEDs

SQUARE Lenses for 3535 LEDs

SQUARE Lenses are the new Khatod’s family of Multi-Lens Modules for indoor applications. PLL2251xx Lenses come in many models. Square shaped – 74.9mm x 74.9mm – consisting of a 25 lens array. Can be used individually or configured in multiple parts so to create the perfect lighting fixture for your application, as linear lighting rows or in configurations of different shape and width. Square Lenses Product Brief  

09/04/2021

 

SIMPLES Lenses for 5050 LEDs

SIMPLES Lenses for 5050 LEDs

PLL2248xx is the new Khatod’s family of Multi-Lens Modules for outdoor applications, especially for lighting  applications in high bay and streets. PLL2248xx Lenses come in many models. Rectangular shaped - 135 mm x 100mm - and consist of an array made of 24 lenses. They perform a variety of Circular Beam Angle Types, from 30° to 90°, one Elliptical Beam and an oustanding Asymmetrical Beam (IESNA Type II Medium Cutoff). Simple Lenses Product Brief  

11/11/2020

 

Imaging and Sensor Lenses

Imaging and Sensor Lenses

Lenses molded using different materials like PC, PC IR, PMMA and PMMA UV, each one has a specific refractive index, density, deflection temperature and transmission factor. Diameters available from 3 mm to 20 mm. Imaging and Sensor Product Brief  

09/11/2020

 

PIXEL 2x2 Reflectors for 3535 LEDs

PIXEL 2x2 Reflectors for 3535 LEDs

KCLP04xxCRSM is the new Khatod’s family of high-tech Reflectors meant for wide area applications, especially for lighting applications in any type of sport structures and environments, indoor and outdoor. KCLP04xxCRSM Reflectors come in many models. They are square shaped – 50mm x 50mm – and consist of an array made of 4 reflectors, with a 25,40mm pitch between the optical foci. They perform a variety of NEMA Beam Angle Types, from Medium Beam (NEMA 3) to Ultra Wide Beam (NEMA 5) and an outstanding Asymmetrical Beam (NEMA 5x6). PIXEL 2x2 Reflectors Product Brief  

13/10/2020