Micro-structured diffusers allow for LED color mixing, image hiding and varying levels of focus while maintaining high optical efficiency. WhiteOptics® offers three types of diffusion in our: Conical (DF), Split or Batwing (DFBW) and Elliptical (DFEP).
The goal for lighting designers is to get light to the area needed as efficiently as possible. WhiteOptics® offers a variety of optical products that can collimate, focus and guide light so designers have ultimate control on how to direct the light.
Designs that maximize effectiveness in controlling light directionality allow for smaller and more efficient fixtures—saving on manufacturing costs, energy savings and enabling overall sustainability.
Conical, Split & Elliptical Diffusion
What Is Conical Diffusion?
Hide lamp images, improve LED color mixing and symmetrically spread light to achieve soft, uniform illumination for improved aesthetics and visual comfort at the highest efficiency. We offer a variety of beamspreads that enables designers to select the appropriate products for their projects.Download DF-Series Datasheet
What Is Elliptical Diffusion?
Spread light primarily along one axis while minimally spreading along the other. Elliptical diffusers are typically used in linear fixtures to connect rows of LEDs into smooth uniformly diffused lines without throwing excess light off-axis. Designers can use WhiteOptics Elliptical Diffusion films to smooth and soften distributions in wall-wash/wall-grazer and signage/display applications.Download DFEP Datasheet
What Is Control Film?
Linear Control Film (DFLCF)
8mm or 30mm prism film from LED for Display and Lighting applications.
Linear Collimating Film (DFCM)
80 degree prism film for Display and Lighting applications where light-collimation or light-splitting in one axis is required.
Asymmetric Light Bending Diffusion Film (DFLB)
20 degree linear asymmetric prism film that applies to display and lighting applications where asymmetric light bending is required. Can be used with collimated and diffused sources to create asymmetric “wall wash” distributions. Works with both linear and spot sources.