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220 TECHNOLOGY / PRODUCT


4.1 D50


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LuxiGen LED Engin


Prevaled Core Z2 OSRAM


OSRAM will be presenting their first Zhaga-certified light engine at Light+Building 2012: the round LED- module Prevaled Core Z2 for spot- and downlights, which is approximately ten times more efficient than an incandes- cent lamp and provides performance levels of up to 108 lm/W. The rod-like LED-modules Prevaled Linear and Prev- aled Linear Slim will also be introduced for use in offices, in addition to ap- plications in industrial buildings. Their LED-points of light are positioned so close together that the source of light radiated is particularly uniform and evenly distributed. www.osram.com


LED Engin’s award-winning LuxiGen series of compact white LED solutions provide designers and engineers the building blocks to create seamless lighting experiences with high power density designs. The company’s LuxiGen Platform, available as an emitter and lens or integrated module, with its small size, yet remarkably powerful output, offers industry-leading lux/ watt brightness with undistinguishable variation of colour emitter to emitter and over time allowing for a previously unobtainable freedom of design wher- ever directional light is required. www.ledengin.com


4.2 J20


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Grafias OMS


4.2 F10


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The new LED Low Bay luminaire Grafias with IP65 protection is designed for pendant and surface installation. It pro- vides a high luminous flux of 9650lm, allowing for desired lighting character- istics even at higher mounting positions where discharge lamps were previously more commonly used. The uniquely designed luminaire, powered by Cree Technology, delivers energy savings of up to 50% and, at 92W, is a one-to-one replacement for 150W HID lamps. A high CRI (70 - 80) provides excellent quality colour reproduction for in- and outdoor applications, such as petrol stations, warehouses, production areas, airport, station halls, etc. www.omslighting.com


4.2 B80


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HLG Dimmable LED Driver Mean Well


Y Series downlight Lucifer Lighting


Lucifer Lighting has released its Y Series downlight family for use with Xi- cato LED, halogen AR111 and HID R111 lamps. 150mm in diameter the series comes with 115mm apertures for fixed, dual-axis 45° adjustable and wallwash configurations. It is available in Xicato packages from 1000lm-3000lm XSM in 80+ CRI, and up to 1300lm in 95+ CRI. The Lucifer Lighting Y Series provides designers more choices where higher luminance levels are needed from en- ergy efficient lighting, and for ceilings up to and greater than 9m. www.luciferlighting.com


Mean Well’s HLG series, winner of the Taiwan Excellence award, has been designed to meet the strictest speci- fication requirements. Available with output power from 40W to 320W, ef- ficiencies up to 95%, and the peace of mind of a 5-year-warranty, each alumi- num cased unit is fully potted IP67 and capable of operating between -40°C to 70°C to withstand the harshest outdoor environments. Functionally complete this series is available with PWM, DC 1 – 10V, or resistance dimming on the same unit. www.meanwell.eu


Zelara series Zenaro


4.1 K10


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The Zelara series offers high-quality, efficient modern LED recessed light fixtures with two diameters of 118 and 170mm in various benefit packages and a very low installation depth of 43mm. It achieve light beams of at least 15°, 35° and 50°, and ultimately even 110°. Hereby, in terms of lighting, all areas for accent lighting in shops, hotels and representative rooms with up to 70 l/W can be attained. www.zenarolighting.com


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See our Decorative Gallery on p142 for more L+B products.


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