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Light Fields LED Zumtobel


Jep Spectral


Jep is a contemporary luminaire that combines adventurous design details with technical innovation. It is de- signed as a suspended direct/indirect luminaire with complementary wall mounted and ceiling mounted ver- sions available. The fitting has a stylish curved lens and frame that breaks the mould of corporate luminaire design. Furthermore, Jep uses the latest in LED technology and is suitable for work- space environments. www.spectral-lighting.co.uk


Following adaptation to LED technology, Zumtobel’s Light Fields luminaire range is now fit for the future. Available as recessed, surface-mounted and pendant luminaires with direct light distribu- tion, Light Fields LED luminaires boast a uniform appearance and sophisticated design. Thanks to the tried-and-tested MPO+ technology, perfect glare control and luminaire efficiency levels up to 81 lm/W are guaranteed. www.zumtobel.com


Nexus Serenity Lighting


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The first OEM non-imaging LED lighting tile lights covering 300mm x 300mm, 600mm x 600mm and 1200 x 600mm tile lights that utilise a patented scattering cold illuminated light source (SCILS) to deliver between 70lm/W and 100lm/W efficacy in a range of colour tempera- tures from 3000K to 5500K without the need for diffusers or reflectors. The Nexus system is available with 1-10V, mains dimmable and DALI dimming be- low 1% to enable a high quality lighting experience that offers unprecedented homogeneous light distribution. www.istl.com


Liventy LED Trilux


Multilume Flat Fagerhult


The Multilume Flat is a recessed LED luminaire for general lighting - the first LED luminaire to be more efficient than a T5 luminaire, producing more than 80 lumens per watt without sacrificing lighting ergonomics. Closely positioned diodes interact to produce an even light pattern that can be varied by choosing the appropriate louvre. A micoprismatic Delta louvre results in a very controlled light pattern that meets the standard’s requirements for 3000 cd/m2. An opal louvre gives a crisp light and a some- what whiter luminaire surface. www.fagerhult.com


The new, square Trilux Liventy LED is equipped with four LED modules giving perfect illumination and a harmonious impression of light. The lateral light emission softly brightens the ceiling, but Liventy LED’s light output is also setting new heights: at 78 lm/W, this can significantly reduce energy costs. Liventy LED is available in two different diffuser shapes which can be adjusted to different depths. In this way, the character of the luminaire can be indi- vidually and flexibly adapted. www.trilux.com


Highlighter GVA


Highlighter is modular LED lighting system specifically designed for long runs of lighting such as cove lighting in shopping malls, airports or office buildings and the exterior delineation of tall buildings where power connec- tions/penetrations are not desirable or are prohibited. Continuous runs of 101m are possible from a single power and data source, or 202m from a single location with two sources. 1ft. Modules consume only 5W and are available in RGB or seven monochromatic colours. www.gvalighting.com


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