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166 TECHNOLOGY / LED PRODUCTS


Orno Paviom


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The Orno HID range offers horizontal and vertical illumination and provides the perfect wall wash or landscape solution from an in-ground location helping to determine space and struc- ture. Specifiers can select from Orno HID Mini or the larger Orno HID Midi however both provide a superb level of power and performance. Designed with a domed top to shield passers by from any potential glare, Orno HID is robust and durable enough to be driven over. The fixture design allows for discreet mounting positions that achieve vertical illumination particularly suitable for architectural facades. www.paviom.com


Perla Urbis


The original aesthetic design of Urbis’ Perla luminaire is a triumph of creativ- ity and elegance. The luminaire’s curve is perfectly designed to satisfy the LEDs’ very directional luminous beam. Given the Perla’s circular design, the luminous flux can be directed exactly where it is needed and with the inten- sity desired. By day, the luminaire’s curve allows the sky and the architec- tural environment to peek through. By night, the LEDs in a circular form give life to a ring of light that floats in the darkness of the city. www.urbislighting.com


Mustang LED Ligman


A new medium size architecturally designed wall or post top mounted Power LED luminaire, the Mustang LED is suitable for a downward light distribution allowing the minimum of light pollution. It includes an adjust- able bracket as standard. Designed for lighting pathways, car parks, building facades, under canopies and roadways, they come with all of the advantages of high quality leading brand Power LED, including a typical life of 60,000 hours to L70. Manufactured from high corro- sion resistant aluminium with stainless steel screws. www.ligmanlighting.co.uk.


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E-CORE UrbanLight Toshiba


Designed for exterior lighting of public gardens, private car parks and exterior circulation areas and pathways, and boasting 60,000 hours life, E-CORE UrbanLight LED from Toshiba reduces energy and maintenance costs for exte- rior floodlighting applications. Comparable to a 70W SON floodlight, UrbanLight delivers up to 2200 system lumens from only 32W, providing high efficiency and helping cut electricity costs. Whiter LED (5000K) light offers higher colour rendering of 70 compared to 20 of traditional Sodium Floodlights. www.toshiba.eu


LL LED Street Leader Light


LL STREET 07/14 is a new family of modular LED fixtures with especially uniform rectangular light distribution. Four basic power models are available - 20W, 30W, 45W and 60W with high total fixture efficacy (including ballast and optics) more than 90lm/W. The light colour temperature is 3200°K, 3700°K, 4200°K, 4900°K or 5600°K . The fixtures are suitable for side-entry mounting with 5° tilt angle or for top pole mounting. Optional LED dimming allows further energy savings during offpeak periods. www.leaderlight.eu


VFL LED Series We-ef


The VFL LED series from WE-EF offers 28W, 42W and 49W LED packages with 5 asymmetric lens options that precisely meet streetlighting requirements. Com- bined with the OLC (One LED Concept) that guarantees even illumination lev- els, the VFL Series is available in three standard colour temperatures with other colour temperatures available to special order.


The luminaire has a clean, geometric form with a seamlessly integrated heat sink that consists of just two die-cast components and can be easily installed on existing streetlighting columns. www.weef.de


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