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132 LIGHT + BUILDING / NEW PRODUCTS


BR4 TAL


Martin Arlight


Martin is designed for use as a spot light for shop lighting. It is formed from a minimal number of geometric shapes - the ring, the leg, the body and the cable dispenser - but offers maximum moving capacity. It comes in black, white and silver grey though the ring can be given a separate colour. Features include a specially designed socket that allows the use of different sized lamps, useful for instore applica- tions, and a heat safe handle which may come in different colours. www.arlight.net


The BR4 uses a patented technology, Porifera, for optimised heat dissipation. This technology uses aluminium foam to conduct heat away from the LEDs. Its extremely high surface aspect ratio and compact volume make it an incredibly efficient heat sink. TAL has also developed its own PCB for the B4. The luminaire can be inserted into round cutouts, or used trimless in a frame, with the integrated focus rings allowing users to adjust the light to suit their specific needs. www.tal.be


Light Board Erco


ROCA Alta Evado


Ultima CLS


Ultima’s flat design offers endless configuration possibilites, helping designers create harmonious interior schemes. The luminaire uses single bin LEDs to ensure exactly the same white colour reproduction (a choice of four colour temperatures is available). Designed and made in the Nether- lands, Ultima comes in five optical lens systems (8º, 12º, 12x46º, 30º and 54º), is supplied with a 230V driver (mains dimmable, 0-10 Volt dimmable and non dimmable), provides a CRI >85, and is available in 100 different cover colours. www.cls-led.com


The ROCA alta comes in white and black (either satined or polished) or oiled walnut. Surface or recessed mounting is possible, with the surface mounting option featuring a tiltable head that can offer indirect or focused light. Its natural colour rendering, the long lifetime of LED’s and the option to install a wall mounted dimmer. Natu- rally the dimmer comes either with a 1 – 10V or DALI interface. Three refrac- tion angles (45°, 60°, 80°) and two colour temperatures (3000K, 4000K) are available. www.evado.biz


The Light Board range of spotlights, floodlights and lens wallwashers have been created especially for exhibi- tion and presentation lighting. The integrated Spherolit technology with collimators and tertiary Spherolit lenses ensures optimal light distribution, from extremely narrow to very wide beams as well as the offer of asymmetrical characteristics for vertical illuminance. Light Board is available in three sizes for different levels of luminous flux. The spotlights with double-sided light aperture are particularly suited for ac- cent lighting across large distances and in rooms with high ceilings. www.erco.com


Down in-Line 165 Kreon


Down in-Line 165 was developed for light sources ranging from 20W to 100W. High efficiency aluminium reflec- tors for QT12-ax, HIT-TC and LED are easy to install and provide great flex- ibility – allowing the creation of lighting effects to suit a variety of project requirement. The standard range is equipped with softening lens within an antiglare ring. Additional filters can be inserted into the same ring. The different plaster kits offer the choice between a shadow gap or a seamless finish. www.kreon.com


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