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E-Core 2000 Toshiba


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The new generation E-Core 2000 is an innovative LED downlight that incorpo- rates Toshiba’s removable LightEngine LED light source.


Domo Lamp


With its timeless, minimalist design, Domo, Lamp’s built-in downlight series is designed solely with high-perform- ance LEDs to provide general, ef- ficient and comfortable lighting for glare-free (UGR <19) applications in offices, hotels, restaurants, commercial spaces etc. Domo has a white lacquered aluminium injection ring with lower re- flector made of high-purity aluminium and upper reflector made of metallised polycarbonate. It has in-built equip- ment, a replaceable LED module and passive cooling with an injected alu- minium dissipator for optimum thermal management. www.lamp.es


The LED light source is no longer inte- grated into the luminaire making the E-Core 2000 future proof and reducing waste. Furthermore it allows the flex- ibility to change the colour tempera- ture and beam angle easily to match the needs of the lit space. The LightEngine delivers highly ef- ficient light with up to 1550 lumens from only 24W giving you an efficacy of 65lm/W which is compliant to Part L and ECA criteria. www.toshiba.eu


TyrelLED The Light Corporation


The TyrelLED series is The Light Cor- poration’s first range of dedicated LED downlights available for private and commercial installations alike. Each TyrelLED is built by hand with unri- valled build quality in the company’s own factory based in England. They use class-leading LEDs to ensure excep- tional light output along with a range of beam angles and wattages. The TyrelLED series is just one of a range of dedicated LED products available from The Light Corporation. www.lightcorporation.com


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DAYLED Lamp 83


You-Turn Deltalight


The You-Turn is a compact lighting system that allows focussed illumina- tion in combination with outstanding comfort of use and installation. As the name of the fixture indicates, the user is free to turn and play with it when- ever and however needed. Starting as a closed ceiling downlighter (semi recessed installation), the body of the You-Turn can be tilted in a 90° angle, and rotated no less than 350°, estab- lishing a customised dialogue with its environment. www.deltalight.co.uk


DAYLED spot, provides a beam of 90º in the vertical axis and 330º in the horizontal. It has an adjustable die-cast aluminium cooler body, with 3-phase track adaptor, 12º / 18º / 30º / 40º lens optics and 50mA/500mA/700mA driver options. www.lamp83.com


AlphaLED Metropole Projection Lighting


The AlphaLED Metropole is a new spot- light from Projection Lighting, designed with a contemporary aesthetic for the architectural market. It is available in up to 2000lm and a range of colour temperatures. AlphaLED’s unique tuned remote phosphor technology offers consistency and uniformity at new and throughout its life. Results from ongoing inde- pendent testing are well within L95 at 50,000hrs, currently 0.3% deprecation at 15,000hrs. www.alphaLED.co.uk


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