Seeing quality in a new light

The benefit of LED linear inspection lighting from RJ Hanlon Company is in the industry-leading remote phosphor technology that separates us from the competition.

Remote phosphor offers the power and efficacy of traditional white LEDs, but with the even distribution, customization, and aesthetic comfort of incandescent or fluorescent – it's truly the best of both worlds. Inspections involving colorful, high quality painted surfaces and finishes benefit from higher cri, remote phosphor lighting.

Inspection lighting from RJ Hanlon Company improves more than your end-product: it also strengthens your bottom line and ROI.

Helping your team find errors before your product is even off the line, RJ Hanlon inspection lighting empowers you to identify the issue and implement a solution quickly and efficiently.

Focusing on detecting flaws and deviations in various applications, inspection lighting utilizes tighter tolerance and unequivocal control.

Understanding that special environmental requirements are necessary, and that each application comprises of unique requirements, RJ Hanlon Company specializes in custom inspection lighting solutions.

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    The Remote Phosphor Difference

    Typical phosphor converted LED lighting starts with a blue LED light source where phosphor is added to the LED package converting the blue light into a mixture of light that appears white.

    Instead of placing the phosphor directly on the LED, we use a remote phosphor technology that places the phosphor away from the LED. With numerous advantages (including longer life, higher efficacy, better color consistency and even light distribution), this creates a smooth, singular light source – no pinpoint LEDs.

    Additionally, red light passes through the phosphor material with very little change in wavelength or output, enabling blending of blue and red LEDs behind the phosphor to increase the red content of the light source.

    This not only increases the color rendering index (CRI) of the light, but it also creates a three peak light source that slightly over saturates colors making them appear more pleasing.

    This technology also has a higher efficacy than phosphor-based red enhancement solutions. Inspection processes that require color recognition or inspection of red, purple or brown subjects will further benefit from the red enhanced light output.

    The remote phosphor technology of our LED linear inspection lighting, coupled with red enhancement and high CRI, provides seamless, superior inspection solutions.

    Choose Your Inspection Style

    Ensure your top quality products exceed expectations for your customers with our Linear LED Inspection Lighting units and our RGB LED Inspection Lighting units. Selection an option below to learn more.

    Inspection Lighting Capabilities:

    • Zebra / Contrast lighting for surface defect inspection
    • High color quality light for color / finish inspection
    • Color tuning light for surface inspection
    • General high quality light for inspection / assembly / quality control
    • Dimming provides adjustability for surface color, texture and operator
    • Color and distribution do not shift when dimmed or due to aging
    • Mimic midday effects of natural sunlight
    • Industry leading Remote Phosphor Technology

    Every paint color, finish, and enhancement creates its own unique sets of criteria, and solutions, when it comes to paint inspection.

    Under correct conditions defects in paint finish can be detected when you can adjust the painted product with the right colors and light balance.

    Using a simple control panel you are able to adjust the colors and brightness of your inspection lighting to examine for defects.

    Change the lighting conditions anywhere on your assembly line for your applications.