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Around half of domestic and office LEDs have been found to have higher flicker rates than alternative sources, a report by the Society of Light and Lighting has revealed.
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When driving at night behind a car with LED tail lights it is possible to experience a trail
of lights with each rapid movement of the eyes (saccade).
Read More: Flicker can be perceived during saccades at frequencies in excess of 1kHz →
The paper represents on-going work in IEEE PAR1789 that is vital to designing safe LED lamp drivers.
Read More: LED Lighting Flicker and Potential Health Concerns: IEEE Standard PAR1789 Update →