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144 LIGHT + BUILDING / NEW PRODUCTS


STICK-KE1 Nicolaudie


Helvar/Tridium Helvar


This Helvar/Tridium driver brings the whole range of Helvar controls within the compass of Tridium’s renowned Ni- agara AX framework, allowing systems integrators to directly access Helvar networks to configure and initiate con- trol and query commands through both the Digidim and Imagine Routers. www.helvar.com


This wall mounted DMX controller uses the same design as the STICK-KU1 with 200 scenes across five zones, 1024 DMX output channels, RS232, clock trigger- ing and compatibility with the Easy Stand Alone Pro computer programming software. The unit offers some new features including: built in ethernet for network control, a new touch sensi- tive technology for better control, and microSD card storage. www.nicolaudie.com


Crestron Faceplates Crestron


Grafik Eye QS Wireless Lutron


Lutron’s Grafik Eye QS Wireless system is a powerful, flexible and expandable preset light control system that enables users to adjust the lighting to suit a task or activity - ensuring meeting and conference rooms have the right ambi- ance for the right occasion. www.lutron.com


Crestron Faceplates are designed for screwless fitting for ease of installa- tion and a clean look. Available in a wide variety of textured finishes, from plain white through to brushed chrome and many in-between, lighting design- ers can now match both design and function with the installation. Control of lighting scenes and pre-sets, AV/IT source switching, and all other envi- ronmental controls are easily program- mable making scene-settings available for end users at the touch of a button. www.crestron.eu


DMX G4S BlackBox MK2 Wireless Solution


L+B 2012 was the start of something new - LED as a matter of fact. Innovation was generally poor however, hopefully we don’t have to wait another two years to see new ideas - solid state lighting demands quick-to- market innovation.


- Keith Bradshaw, Speirs + Major.


The W-DMX G4S BlackBox MK2 is one of the most flexible wireless DMX product on the market. First, it provides the easiest use for clients with the support of Quicklock Clamp, DIN Rail installa- tion or rack mount - all from one unit. Pure plug-and-play. The new MK2 is delivered with both 5-Pin and 3-Pin DMX as standard to accomodate the global differences in DMX cables. It also comes with Neutric Powercon and Ethercon, all in a sleek die-cast aluminum mould. www.wirelessdmx.com


vitaLED Brumberg


Developed in cooperation with the Fachhochschule Südwestfalen, the vitaLED system offers continuously variable control within the RGB colour space as well as control of the com- plete white light range. Without the need for any software or app instal- lation, a client is able to log on via any browser. Newly developed special features allow the user to achieve a more targeted alignment of the lighting with the requirements of the rooms so, for example, unique time-dependent colour-gradients can be created. www.brumberg.com


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