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170 TECHNOLOGY / LED PRODUCTS LIGHT SOURCES


Ozone LED driver ROAL


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Ozone programmable LED drivers pro- vide universal lighting control options enabling LED based light management systems. Features include universal in- put voltage, active PFC, field program- mable OC setpoint (via Ozone Program- ming Tool), analog (0-10V or 1-10V) and digital (DALI/PWM) dimming controls, and a 5V auxiliary output for powering active coolers or external logic. Advanced functions include output fade and scheduled dimming sequences that repeat daily and automatically adjust to worldwide time zones. Associated software enables users to schedule up to five dimming levels for custom night time light profiles. www.roallivingenergy.com


Fortimo LED Line 3 row Philips


The Fortimo LED Line 3 row system offers energy-saving, pure white light, ideal for applications where diffuse lighting on the horizontal plane is re- quired. This range can be incorporated into luminaires for use in general office lighting, where energy efficiency and glare control are of utmost importance. It will be available in a 1ft (280mm) length with 650 lm and 1100lm in 3000K and 4000K with Ra 80. Existing Xitanium 75W drivers and new Xitanium 36W and 17W drivers accompany the range. www.lighting.philips.com


350lm ES50 Sylvania


Sylvania’s new 350lm ES50 LED retrofit is the first to have the power to replace a 50W halogen - the hugely popular workhorse of accent and display light- ing - while staying within the limits for maximum lamp dimensions specified by IEC. This ensures it can be fitted into all GU10 and GZ10-type luminaires - without compromise - opening-up the benefits of LED lighting to the whole lighting market. www.havells-sylvania.com.


graceful, versatile, high quality


Don’t let thin, low-fidelity LED lighting be a distraction! The ETC Lustr+ LED luminaire uses ETC’s patented full-spectrum x7 Color System to provide rich, natural white or tinted light, with the ability to call up striking saturated colour when needed.


The elegant look of the fixture – available in black, white and silver – allows the Lustr+ luminaire to integrate seamlessly into any application.


Learn more about the complete line of Desire luminaires at www.layersoflight.com


Outdoor version D40XT London, UK Tel +44 (0)20 8896 1000


D40 Rome, IT Tel +39 (06) 32 111 683 Holzkirchen, DE Tel +49 (80 24) 47 00-0


D60 www.etcconnect.com


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