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3 Reasons WHY FRONT LIST is superior. How FYRLYT delivers more details and less glare than LED and xenon
Buying extralights can be a very confusing and difficult decision. The majority of "experts" opinions and sellers will insist on LED or xenon is the best choice. FYRLYT recommends differently. Why? Here we present 3 causes from science and based on facts. The function of extra lights is very specific and very misunderstood. Brands that promote "DAY LIKE 5000K" as ideal should be treated with skepticism. It is also obvious that LUX is used incorrectly as all brands present their values in a clean lab environment that rarely exists in reality. Even worse is when some brands present 1/4 lux to "impress" a "beginner". From 2011, FYRLYT has opposed this nonsense and the brands and the media that continue to mislead the market.
No LED or xenon used in extra light can disprove the following 3 claims. FYRLYT challenges the person or brand that denies this through a FACT-based discussion.
We welcome all discussions without obligation. FYRLYT is here to help you maximize what you want to see!
#01 - CRI / Ra - Color Rendering Index
FYRLYT has the most complete color spectrum in the high-performance extralight market!
FYRLYT delivers light with an INDEX of 100, ie "perfect color rendering", which is the maximum possible value for color rendering. Our light source by definition is a black body emitter, which is the yardstick by which color emission "CRI / Ra" is measured. The color rendering of a light source is very important for the quality of light. CRI measures how easily the human eye can differentiate between different colors.
Why is good quality color quality (CRI / Ra) important in an extra light?
We only see the colors that are reflected in our eyes, if a light source is defective in one color we do not see the colors in these true colors ... We rely heavily on colors to detect and distinguish risks at a distance ... As a result accurate color reproduction is crucial for detecting an animal when the animal and the background of, say, the forest are similar in color.
#02 - Visual acuity
FYRLYT´s superior visual acuity
MYT: 5000 to 6000 Kelvin lamps are closest to daylight and are therefore best used as extra lights and for driving in the dark.
FACTS: Light for longer wavelengths, 3000 Kelvin has less glare and better visual acuity. Blue light actually has higher discomfort light and results in poorer visual acuity.
The American Medical Association (AMA) “Encourages the use of 3000K or lower lighting for outdoor installations such as roadways.” The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2150 U.S.A. “Ratings of Discomfort Glare” In this study, we investigated whether an observer’s subjective judgment of discomfort glare is different for each type of light source at comparable levels of photopic illuminance. In previous research examining the influence of wavelength on glare ratings, middle wavelengths (yellow, 577 nm) produced the least discomfort, while short wavelengths (blue, 480 nm) produced the greatest discomfort (Flannagan et al., 1994).
Why does FYRLYT have superior visual acuity?
FYRLYT has most of its light production in the longer wavelengths of light compared to LED or xenon which has blue-based light ... Blue-based light is among the shortest in the visible light spectrum. Short wavelength light "blue-based light" is simply bad for glare ... "Long wavelength" (red / yellow based light) is superior.
FYRLYT has greater ability to penetrate moisture, fog, dust and smoke.
Blue-based light (LED and xenon) diffuses more in the atmosphere than red light (FYRLYT) due to its short and long wavelengths on the light. Blue-based light therefore "hits" particles much more frequently than red-based light. This is the reason why the sky is blue and sunsets are red.
The tyndall effect is a phenomenon that consists of light scattering away from the beam direction of colloidal particles and that light scattering at an angle of 90 ° is linearly polarized. The phenomenon was observed in the 1800 by John Tyndall in the laboratory, and he saw it as an explanation for the sky being blue and sunsets red.
The amount of scattering depends on the light frequency and the density and size of the particles. As with the Rayleigh spread, blue light diffuses more strongly than red light with this effect. That is why the sky is blue ... On a clear day, the sky is blue because molecules in the air spread blue light from the sun more than they spread red light. When we see the sunset we see red and orange colors because the blue light is already scattered and away from the field of view, the blue-based light simply cannot penetrate as strong / far.
Why is it important for a light source to penetrate these particles such as moisture, fog, dust and smoke? It rarely exists in reality that we have clear air conditions when driving in darkness.
FYRLYT is red / yellow based light and will penetrate airborne particles such as moisture, fog, dust, or smoke significantly better than blue / green based light such as LED or xenon.