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Show Supplement Jake Dyson – Hall 1.2 Stand A25


The CSYS LED task light is a dimmable LED lamp that marries the latest technology with sleek design, whilst addressing environmental concerns. JakeDyson and his team have considered current issues with existing LED lights and CFLs, and are proud to present CSYS as the solution. The CSYS LED task light features a clever application of heat pipe technology that will ensure consistent performance of the LEDs for over 160,000 hours continual use, which equates to 37 years, 12 hours use a day. This technology maintains the quality of the light and good colour rendition, for a vastly increased lifespan." www.jakedyson.com


Hall 1.2, Stand A25


Hall 3.0, Stand C21


Hall 1.1, Stand F31


Ansorg - Hall 3.0, Stand C21 Besides the core themes of LED technology and energy efficiency, visitors can expect a number of interesting product novelties and exciting lighting scenes on the openly designed stand. Ansorg is placing the focus on application- orientated lighting solutions and innovative product novelties as new LED spotlights or the new Silla spotlight for aisle areas. Ansorg also exhibits many inspiring special solutions whose functionality is integrated in the stand. Of course, the complete standard luminaire range is also presented. www.ansorg.com


Axo Light – Hall 1.1 Stand F31 Explo is just one of the products that Axo Light will be presenting in Frankfurt. The model is designed by Manuel Vivian, who managed to team materials and light sources harmoniously in this beguiling product. Explo gives rise to an explosion, a game of light and crystals in white or red. Explo is available in 4 standard models and can also be entirely customized: the number of crystals, the tilt angle and the height can be defined according to the customer's taste. Each lamp is fitted with a linear halogen eco light source that diffuses the light up and down. www.axolight.it


Hall 4.1, Stand A36


Rosco – Hall 4.1, Stand A36 Founded in 1910, Rosco are suppliers to the Film, TV, and Theatre industries but have now extended into Architectural and Interior design with products for backlighting decorative materials such as stained glass and onyx. One of our award winning products is Litepad, which was used for the façade of Dior’s flagship store in New York. Rosco’s LitePads are LED sources that provide a soft, even light. Perhaps more importantly - they can be custom-made into virtually any size or shape and are only 8mm thick. www.rosco.com


LED Engin - Hall 4.2, Stand J20 For directional lighting, LED Engin will show how a combination of total internal reflection (TIR) lenses and compact emitters can double the lux-on-target compared with similarly rated traditional LED sources with reflectors. The emitters are powerful enough to provide the necessary lumens and small enough to be enveloped within a TIR lens that guides virtually all of the radiated light toward the target. The resulting beam features a smooth profile towards its centre. The emitter-lens combination also cuts glare by 80%, compared with conventional modules that utilise array or chip-on-board emitters. LED Engin’s latest multi-colour emitters will also be shown. www.ledengin.com


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Hall 4.2, Stand J20


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