LOR, acronym for Light Output Ratio, is the ratio between the luminous flux emitted by the luminaire, measured at operating temperature (To) and the nominal flux of the LED source. It is a fundamental lighting element because it allows the designer to understand the level of performance of the lighting fitting chosen: the higher this percentage, the more performing the fitting is. This value can be easily observed inside our LDT photometric data available on our website and we are going to update all the data sheets in our web catalog reporting the data on nominal flux, the delivered flux and their relationship, that is the LOR.
The quality of LEDs, combined with an innovative and functional design, allows our fittings to waste as little light as possible and to achieve excellent performance concerning the LOR issue: working with LEDs and aiming to high LOR values means less light dispersion, in other words, more light and more energy saving.