The Ams Osram Plant Lighting LED Oslon Square Batwing won two awards at LightFair 2022
On July 26, Ams Osram announced that the Ams Osram Plant Lighting LED Oslon Square Batwing was recognized with two major awards at this year's LightFair. This plant lighting LED won the BrightStar Award from LEDs Magazine in the Plant Solid State Lighting (SSL) and Control System category due to its high efficiency, high reliability, high efficiency, ease of integration/use and technical innovation.
In addition, the product won the Innovation Award at the International Lighting Show in the LED/OLED, Chip and Module categories.
New bat-winged optical elements can provide a special mode of light irradiation that looks like a pair of wings. The beam Angle is 140° wide, and the light is distributed in a rectangle, which makes the light distribution more uniform and makes better use of the greenhouse space. The wider Angle range also allows the lamps to be further apart, helping to reduce the number of lighting fixtures.
"Oslon Square Batwing is the world's first Batwing optical LED family for plant lighting applications," said Janick Ihringer, Vice President and General Manager of Emais Osram's lighting business. We are very pleased to have won two important awards this time, and we will continue to focus on more innovation in the future to lead the plant lighting LED market."
The awards were selected by a panel of senior judges from the LED and lighting design and manufacturing fields.
Wanda Lau, Editorial director of LEDs Magazine, said: "On behalf of the LEDs Magazine jury, I congratulate Emais Osram on this award. LEDs Magazine congratulates the winners of the highly competitive awards for the most innovative products that have advanced LED and solid-state lighting technology in a variety of applications over the past year."
The prestigious US International Lighting Show Innovation Award was awarded to the industry's top breakthrough product launched between October 2021 and June 2022. The award jury consists of independent lighting professionals selected from the Lighting Engineering Society of America (IES) and the International Society of Lighting Designers (IALD). The criteria included clarity, versatility, adaptability, sustainability, ease of use, design efficiency, and improved human well-being.