Definition: A filter or a converter of light.
Dichroic filters are made out of tempered optical glass. They are used in professional lighting to modify color temperature, spectrum and color reproduction properties by transmitting certain wavelengths of light.
Dichroic filters are created by coating and mixing borosilicate glass material with substances that modify the qualities of light.
LumiTar’s dichroic filters make the optimal illumination in even the most demanding applications. LumiTar has utilized dichroic filters for example to make luminaires with very high RA index and a color temperature of 5600 K to replicate the sunlight.