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158 TECHNOLOGY / LED PRODUCTS LEDS & LUX


Azeta ACDC


Azeta is a new family of technical, dim- mable, recessed geared LED downlights offering lumen outputs equivalent to 20 and 35W Metal Halide. The simple, clean design and deep recessed LED po- sition, with the choice of interchange- able optics and accessories make this a flexible luminaire. Azeta is available in two different sizes, small and large, and also in square and round, all of which are available in fixed, adjustable and wallwash formats, with the latter giving an even lit effect across the vertical surface. www.acdclighting.co.uk


Just a few of the LED products that now span every corner of the industry - including some shown at the recent LuxLive event in London.


RXS range Cooper Lighting & Safety


Offering high efficiency, discreet styling and a choice of two low-profile hous- ing sizes, the RXS is suitable as an LED replacement for a diverse range of ex- isting fittings. Incorporating the latest multi-die LED chip technology, the RXS is available with colour temperatures of 3000K, 4000K or 5000K and drive currents ranging from 350mA to 1.2A. It provides good uniformity, distribution and glare control and can be specified with fixed-output, 1-10V or DALI dim- mable control gear. www.cooper-ls.com


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DOWNLIGHTS


WILA’s new LED version of the popular Tentec recessed downlights is available in 2700k, 3000k and 4000k colour tem- peratures, is 1-10V or DALI controllable, and offers a CRI›80 (CRI›90 on request). Multiple point screw mountings for easy installation in ceilings ranging in thickness from 1-25mm. It is IP44 rated in closed ceiling systems. It is avail- able in shallow versions 120–140mm and in 160–180mm open versions, with no attachment required to meet office standards for glare. www.wila.com


Reflex Easy iGuzzini


The Reflex Easy recessed lighting line is a comprehensive and highly adapt- able range offering fine performance and superior visual comfort. Here, latest generation LED odules guaran- tee features such as higher levels of chromatic yield and greater colour temperature regularity in addition to iGuzzini’s well-known qualities of ef- ficiency, long life (up to 50,000 hours) and significant energy savings (30%). Four types of optics are available, two of which are completely new: fixed, adjustable, downlight wall washer and asymmetrical. www.iguzzini.com


ProSpex LED50 Lucent Lighting


Lucent Lighting’s ProSpex LED50 is a modular LED solution for use with all luminaries in the Lucent ProSpex range that would normally use MR16 lamps. Available in three colour temperatures with three different optic angles the LED50 is capable of being driven at 350mA for efficiency or 700mA for impact, and coupled with dimmable drivers offers a versatile and elegant LED solution, without compromise. www.lucent-lighting.com


LL LED Downlight Leader Light


LL Downlight is complete LED downlight concept in five models (1,3,7,14 or 21xLED) in one design and two sizes. The common feature is a high CRI from 80 to 95 and high total fixture efficacy (including ballast and optics) 90lm/W (warm white) and 100lm/W (cold white). There are three basic power systems at choice: external supply 100-260V AC, internal 0- 100% dimming system 24-48V AC or external driver (LL ARC DRIVER) with 0-100% dimming possibility. www.leaderlight.eu


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