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136 TECHNOLOGY / NEW PRODUCT NEW PRODUCTS A selection of new products hitting the market.


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Starspot Lamp 83


ChromaAR111 Pulsar


The ChromaAR111 is a low voltage LED luminaire with 5 high-power sources built to fit the AR111 standard. Perfect for architectural or OEM applications, a choice of 6 beam angles, 3 LED families (from single colour including white, UV, and TriColour RGB) and multiple body colours is offered. The product can fit a selection of underwater and interior flush- and angleflush-mount fittings. Powered by a ChromaZone driver, the fitting has a smooth dimming curve and all the options for exceptional flexibili- ty in any environment. www.pulsarlight.com


Developed in order to give the best results with minimum energy consump- tion, this product is marked out by its energy efficiency and 50,000 hour life time due to its superior cooling per- formance. Starspot has four different colour varieties, 2700, 3000, 4000 and 6500K and an 8.5 cm bodyheight. The product maximises visual comfort and features a light refractor body. The Starspot has power options of 22W, 32W, 44W power and a total value of 5.000 lumen output. The fitting is suit- able for use in stores, offices, shopping malls and all display points. www.lamp83.com


This wall-recessed LED spotlight is designed for pedestrian walkways and cycle paths. It offers a specific lens for uniform lighting and has a steerable beam which provides the desired light- ing effect. The adjustment is performed without opening the device, therefore without affecting its watertightness. The installation of the product is dura- ble, ensuring the sustainability of the LEDs. www.lec.fr


Desire Luminaire ETC


Desire luminaires produce a high quality light that is suitable for indoor and out- door applications, for theatre, architec- ture, touring and broadcast operations. The Desire family includes three sizes of LED luminaires: the ultra bright D60, the versatile D40 and the compact D22. The 20cm, three kilogram D22 brings efficient wash lighting and is excellent for settings where low profile fixtures are needed. The D22 features excellent colour ren- dering, is reliable and durable and offers solutions for temporary and permanent applications. www.etcconnect.com


TALEXXengine STARK CLE Tridonic


This LED light engine works well with wall-mounted and ceiling-mounted lu- minaires. Its octagonal design is faintly reminiscent of DD or toroidal compact fluorescent lamps, while the module’s high efficiency (up to 135 Im/W) is another noteworthy feature. Luminous flux at a practical operating tempera- ture is as high as 1,900 lumens per LED module and tight colour tolerances (MacAdam 3) ensure that there are hardly any perceptible colour differ- ences between individual LED modules and the lighting is always uniform. www.tridonic.com


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