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130 LIGHT + BUILDING / NEW PRODUCTS IN WITH THE NEW...


The onward march of luminaire development continued, benchmarked by another Light + Building wave of product launches.


Tweeter Delta Light


Amira Griven


Suitable for direct wall and ceiling installations, the spotlight Amira, with its modern and catchy design, is fitted with 6, 9 or 16 warm, natural or cool white LEDs. Vertical and horizontal rotations along with an assorted optics selection and finish choices allow the utmost flexibility. www.griven.com


Available as ceiling recessed and ceil- ing surface mounted versions, Tweeter features Delta Light’s Ex-centric Rota- tion System (ERS). Both versions are characterised by an asymmetrical hinge joint, combining extreme rotation and tilting abilities, all in one swift whirling motion. The recessed Tweeter ver- sions enable a maximum fusing of light and architecture. The spotlight heads are identical to the surface mounted installation and handling is simple and convenient. The double shell design prevents ceiling exposure, while the flexible inner shell tailors for any light- ing need. www.deltalight.com


Solid Pure Flos


Designed by Knud Holscher for Flos, Sol- id Pure is an LED projector made of die- cast aluminium alloy for installation on a three-circuit track or surface ceiling mounting. Available in different colour temperatures and with a CRI >90, the luminaire uses high performance LEDs with two power options and different luminous flux. It comes in non-adjust- able or adjustable DALI versions. www.flos.it


Lunis SL OSRAM


Used as track-mounted spotlights or swivel-mounted fitted downlight, Lunis SL is particularly suited to cre- ate focussed highlights in sales areas. Efficient lighting is ensured either by means of integrated LED modules or high intensity discharge lamps. The LED version uses the Light Engine Prevaled Core Z2, which is characterised by a long lifetime of up to 50,000 hours. The version for high intensity discharge lamps is particularly well-suited for the Osram Powerball Plus lamps. This high intensity discharge lamp is also ap- preciated by customers for its brilliant colours. www.osram.com


AlphaLED 200 Series Mercury Projection Lighting


This fully adjustable, scoop downlight has a high output of up to 3000lm with energy saving, passive two phase heat sink. Three beam angles are available, including a high accent factor, ultra narrow beam making it perfect for retail and display lighting. With a range of colour temperatures and a CRI of up to 98, it is the perfect replacement for metal halide. www.alphaled.co.uk


Situ 20 Arctik


The Situ 20 spotlight for track was developed using advanced LED optic technologies that allow for beam angle adjustment and focusing from 4 to 9 degrees along with hard/soft light fo- cusing. Implementing a patented deep- recessed-LED technology, the fixture is 100% glare free, removing the need for any kind of glare accessories. Available with on-fixture and DALI dimming con- trol, this fixture is the perfect lighting tool for highly-controlled display light- ing, such as museums, boutiques and prestige display spaces. www.yajiang.cn


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