The IEC addresses characterisation of the blue light hazard

8 June 2017

Researchers around the world have raised concerns about the safety of LED lighting on a regular basis, with focus ranging from the impact of blue light to issues such as disability glare. In a multipart series of articles that concluded in February 2012, we discussed the photobiological safety of solid state lighting (SSL) and other non-laser sources of optical radiation.

This article builds on the prior work and discusses new work being done in standards bodies and research labs centric to the issue of blue light.

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