LED LIGHTING, WHITE RGB IP54
VIKING LED Lighting, WHITE RGB light color, IP54
Fixture, plugs, sockets and switches in Ip54.
Portable and durable lighting fixture. Recommended for military personnel.
Recently, we have developed a new VIKING Lighting which allows to generate white and RGB light.
RBG stands for light colors where R stand for red, B for blue, G for green.
In addition the switches white and RBG light as well as plug and socket are in IP54.
Why different light colors?
The use of different light color is popular among military personnel. Usually, the defense forces use lamps with white light color. In order to secure comfortable work the lamp should produce natural light. The natural light is defined as natural white with light temperature 4000°K.
What does military use red light for?
Basic parameters: Blue light wavelength (470 nm)
Blue light is the only light that can cut through fog. This is why it is widely used for fog headlights. NVG colored LEDs are useful for military pilots. Also for those who have special equipment that is designed to work with NVG lights.
For map reading at night the blue LEDs are often used, now. However, the blue LEDs are useful for pilots and other personnel who need to read maps at night.
Also it is important to underline that blue light is good for night vision goggles. Please bear in mind that red light causes a massive glare when under night vision goggles. Therefore, along with white light military will also use green light for the same reason especially in aviation.
What does military use green light for?
As we mentioned earlier, a red light has been used for decades by defense forces. The military chosen on red as the best choice.
Recently, there has been a move to green and blue-green light. Again caused in large part by the military’s change to green.
The reason behind is that it has been primarily motivated by the increased use of night vision equipment.
As it turns out, green light also offers some advantages over red as a means to retain night vision capability.
Red or green light?
You must know that the total brightness, or illumination level, of the light has the biggest impact on night vision. The less significant effect retention than does the choice of red or green in normal conditions. However, for defense sector it becomes more complex.
Human eyes are more receptive to green light. People gain better visual acuity at lower light levels than when using red light. Green light color also allows for differentiation between colors that red does not.
For example, on aviation charts the magenta color is used. The charts readily readable under green light, which will not always be the case with red.
Both reasons contribute to the fact that pilots and many others generally seem to prefer green over red, it simply makes it easier to see and read in the dark cockpit.
Ideally, you want to use only as bright a light, red or green, as is necessary to perform your chores and no more. However, if you have a brighter light than you actually need, a brighter green light will generally have a more negative effect than an equally bright red light. Green or blue-green has a greater capacity to adversely effect night vision because the eye is about 100 times more sensitive to these colors, so even moderately too bright light can have a serious deleterious effect.
The potential problem is with the actual illumination levels we use, not the color of the light. The brighter the light, the more negative impact on night vision, both in our capacity to see and in how long it takes to gain back optimum night vision. This is true regardless of whether it is red or green.
Light SourceLED Panel
Light Color / Temperaturewhite / 4000K,
Life length for light sources40000h
Weight1.4 without cable
Enclosure classFixture, Plug and Socket, Switches of Unischuko Style IP54
Luminous flow1100 measured
Cabel5m oilproof H05RN-7 3G1,5 or 3G2.2 H07RN-7
Plug/SocketUnischuko Style IP54