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146 LIGHT + BUILDING / NEW PRODUCTS


ETC130-GB-LED We-ef


Marathon 2 LED Downlight EMFA


EMFA’s Marathon 2 LED Downlight is specially designed to deliver high out- put LED light to indoors and outdoors using Cree LEDs. This downlight is the choice for lighting applications where high luminous-flux output is required from a single, small point source. A combination of high colour rendition of over 85, several different colour tem- peratures and several degree reflec- tors and lenses allow for use in a wide range of applications such as museums, hospitals, hotel rooms, dormitories, corridors, shops, and balconies. www.emfa.com.tr


The ETC130-GB-LED luminaire is avail- able in five different colour tem- peratures: 4000K, 3000K, blue, red and green; as well as four beam distribu- tions: symmetric wide and medium beam or symmetric very narrow beam and very narrow beam (sharp cut-off). It can be combined with flood and lin- ear spread lenses and is also available with a reduced installation depth for applications in tight spaces. www.weef.de


Eyen Intra Lighting


Eyen is a modular lighting system that utilises the latest technology: a feather-light carbon-fibre body links highly efficient power LED spots. The adaptable design and different number of LED spot options ensure the optimum illumination of each surface, free from IR and UV radiation and with excellent colour reproduction. www.intra-lighting.com


During my guided tour with world-architects I asked five manufacturers the same question: “Apart from energy efficiency, what is the most important feature or quality in your new product?” I liked this comment: “The precision. We are now able to use light like a painter uses his brush.”


- Gerd Pfarré IALD, pfarré lighting design.


Dichroic Polycarbonate Filters Lee Filters


These new slim filters have been de- signed to help colour correct LED light sources. They have a dichroic coating on one side providing an optimal colour correction solution for permanent light- ing installations. With a thickness of just 0.76mm, they will easily fit within a small fixture accessory slot and are available in a stock size of 49.9mm di- ameter (MR16) and come in a range of five different warm up colours. Custom sizes and colours are also available upon request. www.leefilters .com


Sill Gobo Sill


The Sill Gobo combines 400W HID capa- bility with stainless steel gobos, glass gobos, filters and framing shutters – all packaged in an IP65 body.


The heart of the projector is the use of either a 250W HCI-T G22 lamp, in which case the control gear is integral, or a 400W HCI-T G22 lamp with integral ig- nitor and remote gear. Both lamps give high lumen packages, long life, stable colour and, via adjustment screws, can be easily focused. www.sill-uk.com


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