Naturally Comfortable Illumination
Lumenique utilizes OLEDWorks light sources and is a certified channel partner, which includes technical support to allow me to focus on my art.
OLEDs are a form of solid state light that is slim, efficient, long lived, low heat, low glare, and of a high quality character that works with human circadian function.
If you are interested in a greater understanding of this technology visit the OLEDWorks web site by clicking their logo below. Also, visit the LumeniqueSSL blog to read more about why I chose the technology to include in our latest works.
For an insight on why I chose OLED as my primary light source for many of my objects, see the blog article below:
Why Would an Artist Choose OLED?
OLED Specifications used in Artistic Works Here
The main OLED panels in use are of 3000KCCT, with a CRI>90 and an R9>50. This is equivalent to halogen lighting, without the dangerous heat from lamps. Further, OLEDs do not produce the same blue light content of other LED sources, so the light is more comfortable, and less disruptive to sleep.
The OLEDs are operated at their recommended lowest drive current to deliver the longest possible service life. At 6 hours of operation per day, the light sources can be expected to last for at least 22 years, at which time, they will not simply fail, but will continue to light, at a depreciated illumination level. Objects operated at dimmed levels can be expected to operate for 40 years or more, as the combination of lower operating output, combined with the availability of using the dimmer to increase light to compensate, makes the lighted objects essentially lifetime light sources.
As an Artist that relies on light sources that can be trusted to deliver for many years while delivering quality light that does not detract from the work itself, OLED technology was a natural fit.