OPS-S Series

[Not available in Japan]
Innovative sensing spot lighting


High-brightness type with unique lens design for best-in-class brightness

With conventional spot lighting, constant current driving is the most common, and no strobe controllers were capable of overdrive. With the OPS-S Series, the controller is any general-purpose 12 V power, allowing for overdrive functionality with strobe controllers.
With the highly uniform type, uniformity is improved thanks to a low-magnification lens with a short working distance.
In addition, the low brightness requirements of mirror-like workpieces with high reflectance can be met and high intensity resolutions are ensured. Highly uniform types offer about 1/10 the brightness of high-brightness types.

*Applicable controller: OPPF Series

High-brightness, high-uniform types for optimization with telecentric lenses

Optimized for the optical system of telecentric lenses, the OPS-S Series offers both high brightness and high uniformity. High-brightness types are available for high-magnification, long-distance lenses, and highly uniform types are available for low-magnification, short-range lenses. With no bright points in the center of illumination (hot spots) even with the high-brightness type, no light axis deviation occurs due to the use of original lenses.
Refer to the chart below when specifying a type.

*Brightness and uniformity were evaluated using an actual telecentric lens.

Also usable as oblique lighting for direct illumination

Because of the strong directivity of the high-brightness type, this type can be used as oblique lighting for direct illumination even without a condensing lens.

Space-saving L-shaped body

This model uses an L-shaped housing with the control board placed in parallel to the lens.
This construction reduces dead space when mounting.

 Brightness monitoring and feedback with “FALUX sensing”

OPS-S Series lighting also includes “FALUX sensing” technology, which features photodiodes that not only monitor brightness but also provide feedback on long-term brightness deterioration, allowing for constant maximum brightness to be maintained for up to around 50,000 hours. This helps reduce maintenance costs during operation.

 New “FALUX-it” technology for 12 VDC drivability eliminating the need for a dedicated controller and resistance box

Thanks to the newly developed voltage conversion constant current circuit with a built-in transformer, constant current control according to the voltage is possible for converting to the different forward voltages for each LED color is possible with reduced heat generated by the excess voltage.

Illumination Area According to Illumination Distance