Multiple Primary LED Lamp Colour Controller with Inherent Brightness Limitation

@inproceedings{Schmelzer2007MultiplePL,
  title={Multiple Primary LED Lamp Colour Controller with Inherent Brightness Limitation},
  author={Meiling Schmelzer and Ulrich Schiebel},
  year={2007}
}
There is a strong interest in using LEDs for general illumination due to the potential they offer for energy saving, environmental friendliness, new opportunities in lighting design, and control of the intensity, colour, and spatial distribution of light. General illumination requires primarily white light that can be obtained by mixing e.g. the light of red, green, and blue LEDs. This enables also colour adjustability, which is considered to be a most attractive feature of future LED lamps… CONTINUE READING
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