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TECHNOLOGY / LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL, LAS VEGAS, USA


LED Filters LEE Filters


Roadway RM LED


Hubbell The Roadway RM LED retrofit series features a complete 3G rated retrofit luminaire suitable for replacing most 150W traditional ‘cobraheads’, producing 7378 lumens at an industry- leading efficiency of 114.6 LPW. A retrofit kit is available that allows the use of the existing luminaire to further reduce upgrade costs on most 100-150 watt HPS sized fixtures. Additionally, a high lumen version of the fixture now produces up to 11,073 lumens at over 100LPW efficiency to replace traditional 250W HPS cobraheads. These LED systems utilise 48 Nichia 219B LEDs in an IP67 sealed light engine with a choice of Type II and Type III IES distributions. A nominal 4800K and 66+ CRI are produced in this unit with expected L70 life of over 100,000 hours. www.hubbelloutdoor.com


Have you ever tried using a coloured lighting filter in front of a Cool White LED fitting? It ends up looking so completely different that if you did not know better you would think it was a totally different colour. To help fix this problem LEE Filters has launched a new range of LED Filters that, when used on Cool White LED fittings (>6000K), have been specifically designed to give a visual colour match to existing LEE colours on Tungsten (3200K). Try to think of them as a range of colour- corrected colours as opposed to colours that are colour temperature corrected. www.leefilters.com


RLC22 OSRAM SYLVANIA


The OSRAM RLC22 architectural recessed 2x2 LED luminaires feature high performance of over 85 lumens per watt and a unique styling in the form of a round aperture, offering a pleasing aesthetic alternative to the “checkerboard” ceiling pattern created by standard recessed square fluorescent troffers. The luminaire’s diffuser is slightly recessed, producing a comfortable, non-glaring light, while delivering the right amount of illumination on work surfaces and walls. The innovative light engine is based on the OSRAM SYLVANIA Distributed Array LED platform, delivering excellent color consistency with a life rating @ 50,000 hours (L85). A 0-10V dimmable power supply comes standard with the RLC22 luminaire allowing for a continuous dimming range from 100-10%. www.sylvania.com


C52 COB LED series Everlight


ArcSource 24MC & 48MC Anolis


Cove Light AC HE Traxon


Cove Light AC HE is a cost efficient, energy smart solution, with a high output of 56 – 65 lumens per watt at 3.4 watts per foot for warm white and neutral white applications, making it a versatile tool for ambient lighting scenarios. Powered with direct line voltage and equipped with Traxon’s Plug’n’Play system and a 180° rotation axis, it is highly flexible and easy to install. Daisy chain topology enables extended run lengths of up to 300 fixtures per power run. www.traxontechnologies.com


Mounted within an IP66 High-grade aluminium housing ArcSource Outdoor 24 and 48MC are ideal for outdoor light- ing applications, offering solutions to many landscape lighting scenarios. With its stirrup mounting the product has a complete range of movement that can easily be fixed to stop any movement once it is in the ideal position. Power and control are supplied by a new range of Anolis ArcPower drivers complete with thermal feedback control. www.anolis.com


Adding to the performance and popular- ity of Everlight’s 6.4W and 8W Chip-on- Board (COB) LED series, Everlight has launched the smaller C52 COB LED series suitable for directional and decorative applications such as MR and P35 lamps. For these types of applica- tions, an LED light source must exhibit compact size, high efficiency, sufficient lumen output, high CRI, high colour uniformity, and proper light distribution to maintain a comfortable and uniform lighting environment. www.everlight.com


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