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TECHNOLOGY / LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL, LAS VEGAS, USA VIVA LAS VEGAS! Our pick from Amercia’s largest lighting exhibition


Lumendome Lumenpulse


Lumendome pixels can be used as a graphical tool, to accentuate archi- tecture, or be integrated into build- ing facades to create low-resolution screens for displaying branded content and imagery. The unique family of fixtures comprises three different sizes - the Nano, which is 2 inches (50.8 mm) in diameter, the Small, which has a di- ameter of 4 inches (101.6 mm), and the 6-inch (152.4 mm) Medium. Available in white (four colour temperatures - 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, and 4000K) and RGB colour-changing versions, Lumen- dome luminaires feature a domed optic with a 240° viewing angle that enables pixel formations to be perceived from any angle. www.lumenpulse.com


Ilumiline Inground 12 IP WW Iluminarc


This sturdy multipurpose LED linear wash light has twelve warm white 1-watt LEDs that project elegant and simple warm lighting. With an ingress protection of 67, it features 316 ma- rine-grade stainless steel hardware and a 316 steel trim ring. For secure and easy in-ground installation, Ilumiline Inground 12 IP WW has a cement pour kit, while the three-ton drive-over-rated tempered glass lens cover adds to its resistance. For more protection in the harshest of environments, Ilumiline Inground 12 IP WW is covered in a UV- resistant black powder coat. www.iluminarc.com


Tangent VoksLyte


Cathode Lighting Systems introduced a non-traditional, specialty architectural brand - VoksLyte - at LFI. Promising intelligent luminaire design for the discriminating palette, VoksLyte’s mission is to produce the highest quality most thoughtfully designed nontra- ditional fixtures available, utilising the latest solid-state technology or the most ap- propriate traditional light sources. VoksLyte’s initial product debut featured two unique lines: Tangent (pictured) - a unique curved uplight/downlight pendant; and Aerial - an articulating Flat Panel LED ceiling luminaire and a swiveling flat panel LED sconce. www.vokslyte.com


I-BEAM LED Lithonia


Affordable for many high bay applica- tions such as manufacturing, warehous- ing and other large indoor spaces, I- BEAM LED luminaires can be integrated with factory-installed digital controls such as occupancy sensors, daylight photocells or nLight devices, resulting in increased energy savings. I-BEAM LED high bays come fully capable of dimming down to 10 percent. Addition- ally, conduction and natural convection technologies used in the I-BEAM LED luminaires maximise cooling, fixture performance and lumens per watt. www.lithonia.com


Aeroblades Cree


Following its official debut at Light+Building, Cree introduced the Aeroblades se- ries of luminaires to the US market. Designed and engineered with Speirs + Major, the Aeroblades luminaire series takes a bold approach to architectural street, area and security lighting. Aeroblades luminaires redefine exterior lighting by en- abling beautiful LED implementation while optimising thermal management, light control, efficiency, longevity and payback. The unique modular design allows the state-of-the-art light engine to bring unprecedented versatility and precision to outdoor applications. www.cree.com


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