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Over 45 Years of Lighting Technology Expertise.

Reliability, Longevity and Durability Pulsar’s roots began in 1966 when our founder built his first Sound to Light machine using valves and relays. In 1970 Pulsar Ltd was born in the heart of Cambridge, UK and today our team has over 638 years of experience. We’ve manufactured over 900,000 products since 1970. You can still find many of them continuing to deliver day in, day out. We recently came across a Rainbow Strobe, in perfect working order 35 years after leaving our factory in June 1981. The new Luxeos Range is the latest introduction to this family of outstanding products, building on Pulsar’s reputation of legendary reliability. Specialising in LED lighting for large-scale international architectural projects and with a proven 115,000-hour LED installation, we at Pulsar are confident in our Reliability, Longevity and

LED Colour Mixing Explained

LED Colour Mixing Explained  LEDs have had a long association with colour, from the advent of visible spectrum red LEDs in the early 1960’s to the ground breaking development of the blue LED by Shuji Nakamura. As soon as blue LEDs became commercially available, lighting manufacturers like Pulsar started to experiment with colour mixing, creating a vast palette of colours from a few carefully chosen light sources. Fast forward to the present day, and LED colour mixing has become the standard for architectural and stage lighting. So why are LEDs so effective at colour mixing? Most light sources produce a broad spectrum of light which has to be filtered out to make specific colours, whereas LEDs are very efficient at making precise specific colours directly from the source. Adding these colours together rather than having to remove large portions of the light spectrum is far more energy efficient, controllable and convenient. Simply by changing the levels of each LED, a massive