More tests were carried out these days with the new product and the existed Blaze series. The left figure shows the light mixing test on a blank paper. The lights were all mounted ~5cm above the table. As one can see from the two figures below, the light mixing condition is much better for the new product (X-60) than that for the Blaze M-60S. It is evident that the various colors were well mixed even in such short distance. For the M-60S unit, the different color lights may reach their best mixing condition in a distance of 15cm.
The two figures below include more information about the two generation products. Again, the photos clear show the difference between the light mixing conditions of the two products. No overlapped shadows were observed with the X-60 unit. It is interesting to know that the X-60 unit was equipped with ±30 degree optical lenses, which should have worse capability on mixing the light homogeneously than the Blaze series unit (75 degree). The keypoint is that all the LEDs for X-60 are arranged very densely in a small circular cluster board. Moreover, the 30 degree optical lens was manufactured with special optical patterns on it, making it not only concentrate but also mix the lights in a very short distance.