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    As people's demands for life continue to increase, a new class of lamps appears in their lives, that is, fiber optic lamps. The biggest feature of such lamps is the large number and rich colors. So how do you make such a luminaire? Let's explore it with the Fiber Optic Splice Closure supplier.

    The fiber optic illumination system consists of a light source, a mirror, a color filter, and an optical fiber. When the light source passes through the mirror, a beam of approximately parallel light is produced. The light beam is converted into colored light by the action of the color filter. When the beam enters the fiber, the colored light is sent to the intended location along the path of the fiber. The light source is generally strong due to the loss of light on the way. Moreover, in order to obtain an approximately parallel beam, the point of illumination should be as small as possible, similar to a point source. Mirrors are an important factor in the ability to obtain approximately parallel beams. Therefore, aspherical mirrors are generally used.

    A color filter is a part that changes the color of a beam. According to the need, the corresponding color light source is obtained by changing the filters of different colors. Optical fiber is the main body in a fiber optic lamp lighting system. The function of the fiber is to transmit or transmit light to a predetermined place. The optical fiber is divided into two types: end light emission and body light emission. The former is that after the beam is transmitted to the end point, it is illuminated by the tail light, and the latter itself is the illuminator, forming a flexible beam. For fiber optic materials, it must be in the visible range, the loss of light energy should be minimized to ensure the quality of the illumination. However, it is actually impossible to have no loss, so the fiber transmission distance is about 30 m.

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