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Dayled Spot Lamp83


3.1 B18


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4.2 J40


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Lamp 83’s Dayled Spot is an electro- static powder-coated fixture in black, white and metallic grey. Its die-cast aluminium cooler body has 90º vertical and 330º horizontal axis adjustability. It comes with a with 3-phase track adaptor and 12º, 18º, 30º and 40º optic lens options. www.lamp83.com


Plus T Arlight


4.2 A61


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Xoolum LED-Linear


Fuse LED Astro Lighting


5.1 C86


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Xoolum is a 24V, dimmable linear fixture with 45° adjustable top, perfect for wall washing, cove, display cases or under cabinet lighting. Available in recessed, wall mounted or pendant ver- sions, it uses Japanese LEDs to deliver from 10 to 42 W/m and up to 2,418 lm/m. It comes with the option of two clip-on optics with more available on request. Xoolum produces homoge- neous illumination with a CRI > 85 and can be installed end-to-end or placed incrementally without visible light scal- loping between fixtures. www.led-linear.com


UK lighting manufacturer, Astro Light- ing, offers the largest range of IP44 rated interior and exterior lighting products with extensive use of LED de- signs throughout the ranges. Among the latest new launches to be presented on the Astro stand at Light+Building is Fuse - a versatile bedside reading light. Illumination is provided by a 3W warm- white LED with discreetly integrated driver and a choice of three colour finishes: bronze, brushed aluminium and polished chrome. www.astrolighting.co.uk


Plus T is a module from the Plus linear lighting system designed by Ece Yalim Design Studio. Plus ‘end’ modules bracket the light beams at both ends, accentuating its linear form. Using the latest LED technology, it provides an elegant, slim beam of soft light, seem- ingly floating in the air. Connector and end modules are available in a range of colour options, and in aluminium or wood texture finish, to suit any interior scheme. www.arlight.net


Ciro XAL


3.0 D10


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LumiStone Philips


HALL FORUM


With LumiStone, Philips explores the possibilities LED technology has to of- fer. Customers within the office, retail and hospitality sectors want to create spaces with a pleasant and inviting atmosphere and appealing luminaries can play a pivotal role in achieving this. Lumistone helps to create a truly in- spiring environment with striking design and indirect lighting. LumiStone is the first suspended LED luminaire that is office norm compliant and can provide more than a 100 lm/W. www.lighting.philips.com


A futuristic yet simple design, XAL’s Ciro has a puristic ring shape. With its seamlessly welded aluminium hous- ing in grey, black or white high quality powder coating, and a satined diffusor, the luminaire radiates an atmosphere of cool understatement. Its interior, however, houses the finest LED technol- ogy, carefully manufactured to suit a variety of user requirements with ex- traordinary high quality efficiency. The largest model features a diameter of 1200mm and a luminous flux of 1600lm. www.xal.com


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