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regulations, whilst also delivering excellent levels of cylindrical illuminance and facial modelling, as recommended by the awaited update to EN 12464-1 (Lighting indoor workplaces). And with a range of optics and mounting options there are solutions to meet all aspects of display screen use. ‘Our research indicated that today’s lighting specifiers face such challenges from new lighting guidelines and energy restrictions that lighting design almost becomes a numbers game. With Menlo3 we aim to make it easy to comply with the latest standards, so our customers can focus on creating attractive, high quality lighting schemes that enhance the office environment. There is no compromise on light quality or style for efficiency,’ explains Laura Rogers, product manager of Menlo3. Guided by extensive research with both specifiers and installers, the ‘Lighting to the Power of 3’ design focuses on better performance and improved aesthetics through three optical choices, three geometric shapes and three mounting options. Lamp types include conventional fluorescent (T16 and TC-L) and LEDs for the recessed circular model. High performance optics include an innovative mini-vane louvre and a modern micro-prism diffuser. Control gear is standard or digital dimmable high frequency with the option of integral LED emergency lighting (three hour self/ addressable test) and /or a sensor head for lighting control purposes. The premises of The Alexander Bürkle


Group in Germany were recently expanded, and include an all-LED office lighting system. Thanks to an innovative lighting concept, energy consumption can be reduced while lighting quality is maintained at a consistently high level.


The LED-only lighting system installed in the new offices, including a special solution


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Far left, above and below: Wrap by Fagerhult. Left: The Zante LED Flat Panel by RELCO Group.


of Zumtobel’s Crayon LED downlight, emphasises the highly innovative approach of the lighting concept, which is also reflected in comparative analyses: ‘With the newly installed LED system, the reduction in CO2 emitted corresponds to the absorption of 73 trees. With a view to our participation in the ECOFIT programme provided by the city of Freiburg, this was a very important economical aspect for us,’ explains Martin Rombach, product manager of Alexander Bürkle GmbH & Co.KG. Efficient, flexible and low-maintenance, without any compromise in terms of quality – these were the requirements set by the Freiburg-based electrical wholesaler for


constructing the new storage and administrative buildings. ‘Our goal was to achieve high-quality, low-cost illumination in the warehouse. For the new offices, we focused above all on a balanced room lighting concept in line with the present spirit of the time. This is why we opted for the LED-only lighting system, whose lighting effect and efficiency seemed to be tailor-made just for us,’ adds Rombach. This installation is a great example of showing that LED solutions are no longer used for purely decorative purposes, but have finally arrived in functional illumination. The Crayon 12W LED downlight is able to achieve the level of a 50W halogen lamp or


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