FYRLYT'S DESIGN ETHOS - WE ARE UNIQUE!
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FYRLYT co-designer, Paul Alisauskas explains why in 2021, FYRLYT chooses halogen as the light source of choice.
This may appear contradictory to current trends that say "because LED is newest it must be best." When assessing a product it must be with applicable factors relevant to the specific purpose.
When halogen is of SUFFICIENT BRIGHTNESS it produces light at a quality level beyond typical LEDs in driving lights and spotlights. FYRLYT is the world pioneer and sole leader in this field.
FYRLYT appeals to 'CRITICAL THINKERS' who make pragmatic fact based choices pursuing high performance, value and durability. After a decade the majority of our customers have switched from LED and HID. Read their FEEDBACK HERE.
FYRLYT welcomes any questions. If any other light would be better suited for your expectations, we will tell you. Zero obligation.
#01 - C.R.I. - Colour Rendering Index
Why is good quality colour rendering (CRI) important in a driving lights & searchlights?
We only see colours that are reflected to our eyes, if a light source is deficient in a colour we don’t see the colours true to life. We rely heavily on colours to detect and differentiate risks at distance.
The size shape and silhouette of an object is defined by its subtle differences in colour. This vital detail is often missing from LED & HID driving light sources. Typical LEDs used in driving lights are 70 CRI. FYRLYT is 100 CRI, 42% more.
AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION REPORT & RECOMMENDATIONS ON ROADWAY LIGHTING:
FYRLYT'S VIDEO RESPONSE TO AMA REPORT
#02 - ACUITY - Detail Sharpness
CLAIM: 5000 to 6000 Kelvin lights are nearest to daylight and therefore best for seeing at night.
FACT: Lights biased towards the longer wave lengths, 3000 Kelvin have less glare and better visual acuity. Blue biased lights actually have higher discomfort glare and result in poorer visual acuity.
Why does FYRLYT have superior visual acuity?
FYRLYT has most of its light output biased in the longer wavelengths of light by comparison to HID or LED's which have a blue bias. Blue light waves are the amongst the shortest, highest energy wavelengths in the visible light spectrum. Because they are shorter, these "Blue" or High Energy Visible (HEV) wavelengths flicker more easily than longer wavelengths. This kind of flickering creates glare that reduces visual contrast and affects sharpness and clarity.
CONCLUSION: Short wavelength light “Blue biased light” is simply bad for Glare… “Long wavelength” (Red/Yellow biased) is superior.
#03 - TYNDALL - Light Scattering
FACT: FYRLYT has a greater ability to penetrate moisture, dust and smoke than typical LED*.
Blue and blue biased light is scattered more strongly than red light by the Tyndall effect.
Why is a light source that penetrates air born particulate matter important?
We rarely drive in in clear air conditions and this is when we need good lighting the most. Short wavelength biased lights can be rendered relatively ineffective and a distraction with modest amounts of dust, moisture or smoke.
FYRLYT is long wavelength biased and will penetrate airborne particulate matter such as dust, moisture or smoke far better than a blue/green biased light like a LED or HID.