A shield of metal, wood or plastic used to screen a light source from normal angles of viewing. Aluminum baffles are commonly used in parabolic fixtures such as Lithonia Paramax® and Optimax® fixtures.
Part of the fixture that blocks light to prevent glare and control brightness. Baffles may be integral blades, plates or grooves or an accessory. Baffles are often painted black to absorb light.
A device used to prevent stray light.
A single opaque or translucent element used to control light distribution at certain angles.
Waffle device used to reduce glare
A single opaque or translucent element that shields the direct view at certain angles of a light source, absorbs or block unwanted light, or reflects or redirects light.
An opaque or translucent element to shield a source from direct view at certain angles, to absorb or block unwanted light, or to reflect and redirect light. Note: Helps with reducing impact of flag lighting and flood lighting of large areas.
Something that shields a light or directs it.
A device fixed to a light fitting to prevent light from glaring into the eyes.
A type of shield that prohibits light from entering an optical system.
An accessory that prevents light from producing glare at certain angles.
A sheet of material used to prevent light spill from a luminaire.
A part of a fixture used to prevent glare by absorbing or blocking any excess light.
An opaque or translucent element that serves to shield a light source from direct view at certain angles, or serves to absorb unwanted light