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152 TECHNOLOGY / GUANGZHOU INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING EXHIBITION, CHINA EASTERN PROMISE Five of the best from China’s biggest lighting exhibition.


C52 COB LED series Everlight


Building Wash BW-18- 3RGBW Visio


The latest member of Visio’s Building Wash family, BW-18-3RGBW, comes with 18 x 3W CREE XP-E RGBW LEDs. It deliv- ers dynamic colour mixing and powerful light output. With die-cast, IP66 rated housing, a specially designed bracket to adjust the projection position and different beam angles, the elegant and compact Building Wash BW-18-3RGBW is perfect for most outdoor applications. www.visio-led.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


3000LM LED Track Light MOD Lighting


The 3000lm LED Track Light is specially designed for illumination of commercial properties such as retail stores, recep- tion, lobbies, lounges, restaurants, healthcare, waiting areas and service desks.


The luminaire features passive cooling, a high lumen output of 3000lm, high colour rendering index up to 90%, high light effect, CE & RoHS approvals. The passive aluminium heatsink provides effective thermal management ensuring high output and long lifespan. www.mod.com.cn


Fortimo SLM Tight Beam Philips


JRA2 LED street light JingRi Lighting


The JRA2 series LED street light comes with a simple, fashioned design and four different colour options. Constructed with die-cast aluminium, the surface is weather-resistant and anticorrosive. The V style heat sink design increases the heat conduction index and prevents dust accumulation. The independent light source and power supply module makes the LED maintenance and installation very easy. www.jingrilight.com


Fortimo LED spotlight module (SLM) Tight Beam is the latest LED lighting in- novation from Philips for retail environ- ments. Its extremely small but powerful light emitting surface produces 1,100 lm, producing high central candela power in combination with a small re- flector design. It is also the first Zhaga certified Philips LED module on the market. Philips’ LUXEON S technology allows the Fortimo LED SLM Tight Beam to provide high light output out of the smallest possible light source. The mod- ule offers significant benefits in fashion retail environments as the small light source enables retailers to create a greater degree of contrast, showcasing fabrics and colours at their best, and making merchandise more attractive to customers. www.philips.com


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