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164 TECHNOLOGY / LED PRODUCTS EXTERIOR


LL LED Vision 07 Leader Light


Rx Aldabra


The Rx can be installed directly on the ground (or on the wall) without the use of a recessed housing box, the high drive over rating and the resist- ance of the material used in the 316L stainless steel version, even in salty environments, make it a hardy option for outdoor applications. It is equipped with a special anti-vandal lock and the aqastop system: a connector that guar- antees a water tight cable entrance point. www.aldabra.it


LL Vision 07 is a sophisticated LED modular concept dedicated for large area lighting like sport arenas, public areas and industry, with extra high light output. Two basic models with lengthw of 200 and 300mm enables optional configuration (panel, star, line, double line, hexagon). There are two basic driving systems. SW Driver - 100-260V AC with 3 jump dimming (100%, 66% and 33%) and LL Vision DMX Driver - with 0-100% dimming off 6 modules. www.leaderlight.eu


LD151 LightGraphix


This IP67 rated LD151 buried uplighter – powerful for its size and depth - has been designed specifically to produce low glare illumination to walls and columns, with a glare shield and deep recessed lamp. The light engine is a Cree MCE 4 die LED chip producing high output while maintaining good effi- ciency. Its small size and use of a single lens, produces a very consistent, even beam. Lens options include a 10° spot for lighting columns and arches or a 15°x30° spreader lens which is ideal for wall washing. www.lightgraphix.co.uk


Plaza 20 & 30 ACDC


Exterior 100 IP68 / 50 IP68 Martin


The Exterior 100 IP68 and Exterior 50 IP68 are compact, fully weatherproofed luminaires built to withstand extreme outdoor and underwater environments. These super-rugged LED lights are de- signed for applications requiring superb color mixing or high quality white light (cold, neutral, warm) for flood and spot lighting applications. Pre-mixed LEDs give a higher quality projection and a color calibration system ensures maximum color consistency. Featuring a discreet design and thin, low-voltage cabling, they can be used outdoors, un- derwater, semi-submerged, or exposed. www.martin.com


Plaza 20 & 30 are the new ACDC IP66 dimmable surface-mount architectural uplighters. The form of the luminaire is clean and simple, yet the lighting performance offers lumen packages equivalent to 20 and 35W metal halide. Plaza is designed to provide a suit- able alternative to the metal halide traditional floodlights currently on the market, both in terms of performance and flexibility but offering the ben- efits of LED technology, and the range of accessories offers the designer the ultimate in project flexibility. www.acdclighting.co.uk


Nexxus custom luminaire Illumination Physics


For the Nexxus project Illumination Physics had a request from the archi- tect for a custom designed 3-way light fixture. The centre group of lights illuminates a diffused solid lens, akin to the illumination Physics Dot and Speck. The two other groups are equipped with a variety of lens angles and project a narrow beam of light through a clear lens on the top and the bottom of the fixture. www.illuminationphysics.com


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