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160 TECHNOLOGY / LED PRODUCTS


Lumiance Giotto 305 Havells-Sylvania


ìo 3d Occhio


Perfectly designed, innovative, char- ismatic: The new ìo 3d series from Occhio is captivating with its wide range of individual styling options, its fascinating three-dimensional movabil- ity, the very latest LED technology and unique details that create an unprec- edented ease of experiencing light. The distinctive head seems invisibly joined to the gently angled, flat-profile arm which serves as the basis for the remarkable flexibility of the ìo 3d.The characteristic, easy-change grip pads are insulated against heat so that the head can be safely turned in any direc- tion. www.occhio.de


The Lumiance Giotto 305 is now avail- able in LED format. A contractor-friend- ly luminaire for public spaces, the new model features the same classic design and ease of installation as its CFL coun- terpart. With the addition of integrated Cree LED technology, luminaire delivers increased efficiency, reduced mainte- nance and lower running costs. IK10 impact resistant and IP44 rated, Giotto 305 LED is ideally suited for lighting in stairwells, hallways, schools or local community buildings. www.havells-sylvania.com


Ventana Insight


The Ventana family of decorative SSL luminaries is designed to accommodate the complex needs of modern architec- tural lighting design. Ventana can add a decorative splash of colour to a corridor or hospital wing, become a branding el- ement or announce a company logo. Its simple design and distinct profiles can accommodate a variety of architectural resins, or artwork, allowing the fixture to illuminate and decorate a building interior or exterior space. www.insightlighting.com


Lumenbeam Lumenpulse


Light Board range ERCO


This new and comprehensive range of track-mounted spotlights is suited especially for exhibition and presenta- tion lighting. They feature interchange- able Spherolit lenses for different light distribution patterns including narrow spot, oval flood and wallwash, and they cover low to high lumen categories with luminous flux up to 4320lm. Their hinge technology is adapted from laptop design for smooth, precise adjustment. Further features are aluminium hous- ings, integrated control gear, hidden cables and a potentiometer for direct dimming. www.erco.com


Designed for large interior spaces such as lobbies, atriums, convention centres and other high ceiling applications, the Lumenbeam LBX Pendant delivers the perfect balance of pure lines, durabil- ity, and flexibility. Available in white and RGB, with a vari- ous optics and stem lengths, Lumen- beam LBX Pendant fixtures are designed to ensure sustainability by enabling simple maintenance and component replacement without having to replace the luminaire. The fixtures have an L70 lifetime of 120,000 hours, and a 5 year warranty is included. www.lumenpulse.com


Zest Nualight


Zest is an LED alternative to HID spot lighting for fresh food displays. Watt for watt, Zest delivers the same lux levels but with 40% less energy and zero maintenance. Improved accentuation is achieved through Zest’s unique linear form and a rotating core that enables beam adjustment without moving the luminaire. The modular construction system halves installation time and creates a seamless beam of light. Its curved parabolic ‘wave’ form minimises glare, minimising visual bulk. Remote colour-tuning can be used to adjust the ambience and bring out the best colours in the products on display. www.nualight.com


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