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208 TECHNOLOGY / PRODUCT


LIGHT + BUILDING


Light + Buidling returns from 15-20 April. We look ahead to some of the products you can expect to see.


Studio LED & MT Lystra


Lucia Buck


3.1 B21


HALL STAND


The winner of a Good Design award, Lucia is a good choice for general illumination of a modern interior. Its simple design includes a large illumi- nating surface of satin PMMA, which conceals the light source (whether LED or fluorescent). Different combinations of multiplication or distribution of the luminaire make this fixture appropri- ate for a diverse range of interiors. Suspended or track mounted versions are available. www.buck.rs


This new range of track-mounted spotlights is designed for retail and ex- hibition lighting applications. Simplicity and flexibility are key features of the Studio range: a high-quality diecast aluminum body with integral control gear that offers metal halide as well as LED technology in a unified design language.


Proteo Aldabra


3.1 D40


HALL STAND


Designed around the latest generation of LED-modules and HID light sources, the Studio fixtures include efficient reflectors with spherical facets to offer spot, medium or flood beam angles. It is also available as a recessed adjust- able spotlight. www.lystra.eu


Proteo is a family of professional pro- jectors designed for direct or indirect lighting in internal applications such as retail and exhibition spaces. The products are available in two versions, both featuring high efficiency LEDs: Proteo 2, with 26W LEDs, and Proteo 3, with 37W LEDs. Colour temperatures of 3000K, 4000K and 5500K are available. It is equipped with anti-glare hybrid optics for optimal visual comfort with 16°, 25° and 40° optics. Track mount- ed, they provide 190° horizontal and 350° vertical rotation. www.aldabra.it


3.1 E11


HALL STAND


4.2 D60


HALL STAND


COB plus ENDO


Mica 10 Arctik


The MICA 10 spotlight for track series is de- signed around the concept of bringing new forms to LED lighting. This innovative lighting fixture combines minimal glare with accurate beam spread control (7º to 12º) and soft-hard edge focusing, pro- viding great precision and flexibility for spotlighting applications. MICA 10 is supplied with on-board dimming control and DALI track interface. www.yajiang.cn


4.1 A60


HALL STAND


Responding to market needs, ENDO has released the Chip On Board (COB) LED series. COB lighting has a single dot light source, which avoids multi-shadowing. With the addition of ENDO’s replaceable Fresnel lens, LED light is efficiently con- trolled. A new cooling system allows the use of a smaller heat-sink for compact fixture design. A variety of beam angle and light colours are available, with the high-power range delivering more than 4000lm, around 90W/lm. www.endo-lighting.com


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