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Highly efficient direct reflector systems are the most common type of optical system. In a direct reflector system, the light sources are positioned in a directly visible location in the vertex of the reflector. The system can be placed at any angle (horizontal, vertical or inclined). The structure of a direct reflector is determined by the distribution and positioning of the LEDs. A specific section of the reflector is assigned to each LED. If the PCB is inclined, the positions of the LEDs are staggered, the distances between the LEDs vary or varying reflector geometries are used, the individual sections of the reflector are staggered. The LEDs shine on the rear of the reflector, which deflects their light toward the light exit.