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Stand M17


lumenpulse


The Lumenbeam RGB is an IP66 outdoor luminaire perfect for all color changing architectural floodlighting applications both for exterior and large public interior spaces. It is available with five different optics and various mounting options. DMX 512 ready, it is compatible with all Lumenpulse standard controllers and all other industry available DMX 512 controllers. The Lumenbeam RGB is a line voltage luminaire for 120V to 277V using only 40W, producing 1464 delivered lumens at full intensity and distributing 56 323 candelas at nadir with the 6° optic. The Lumenbeam RGB is designed to ensure sustainability throughout its life, allowing ease of maintenance for component replacement without having to replace the luminaire. www.lumenpulse.com


LED Light Sheet


LED Light Sheet is a fusion of high brightness LEDs embedded within an acrylic panel. Characterised by its slender profile, with an ease of installation, LED Light Sheet as a flat light source offers a whole new world of lighting opportunities. LED Light Sheet was used to illuminate the winning images in this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition at the Natural History Museum, London. www.ledlightsheet.co.uk


Stand G34 Earlsmann


Earlsmann will be demonstrating its range of Lynton Wave Lamps. Couple curves and smooth lines with gently changing colours and you create a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere where people feel relaxed. The lamps are ideal for hotels, restaurants and other environments where you want your guests to feel at ease. The leaves can be plain or engraved with patterns or logos. The Lynton Wave range of lamps combines elegant flowing lines with a programmable LED RGB light source allowing them to be tailored to suit any location or mood. www.earlsmann.co.uk


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Kromiss-Bis Kromiss-Bis is a producer and distributor of lighting posts and lamp standards, and a wide selection of lighting exterior arms and tops. The lighting poles in the CS series are made in heights of 3.5m up to 12m for illuminating freeways, public, urban and housing estate roads, sports facilities, railroad gates as well as passageways and malls. CS poles are made from steel metal sheet 3mm or 4mm thick, bent into a cone of the convergence constant of one per cent and circular section. They are accommodated for setting on precast concrete foundations or directly in the soil. www.kromiss-bis.pl


Stand M10


Stand M39B


EncapSulite Visit the EncapSulite stand to see the company’s HFI Stick-Lite, complete with stand and different types of shade that can be printed to the customers requirements. The shades are available in different sizes, colours and cone or cylindrical formats. Encapsulite will also be launching its new LED-50 range including RGB, twin sided and dimmable versions in IP rated enclosures for use indoors and outdoors. www.encapsulite.co.uk


Contact The ARC Show www.thearcshow.com


B.Lux Stand DG6


3G is the name of the latest collaboration between the designer Mario Ruiz and the firm B.Lux. It is a floor lamp designed using a contemporary language, comprising a metal body, unique X-shaped base and a circular aluminium shade. 3G comes in a glossy white lacquered finish. The main identifying feature of this lighting solution is the subtle height-adjustment mechanism for the shade, which allows the user to simply and intuitively adjust the height of the light source. 3G incorporates a double ended halogen lamp which gives out a warm light. The intensity can also be regulated since it incorporates a dimmer switch. www.grupoblux.com


Opening times 12 January 10am – 9pm 13 January 10am – 5pm


Stand V1 www.a1lightingmagazine.com


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