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160 TECHNOLOGY / ANNUAL PRODUCT GUIDE


Bond LEDS C4


This new LEDS-C4 recessed light com- bines the functions of a downlight and spotlight. The optical system is totally or partially extractable. Manufactured in die cast aluminium, with a white fin- ish and some details in black. Available for halogen lamps, discharge lamps, LED lamps and also for the Zhaga LED modules with passive dissipation (2000 lm and 3000 lm versions, and angles of 15°, 24° and 36°). The product also offers a range of cover frames depend- ing on the shape and number of lights. www.leds-c4.com


Architectural lighting ALTO


Lugstar Premium LED LUG


The Lugstar Premium LED is available in two versions, one ideal for retail ap- plications. It offers optimal synergy of lighting durability (lifespan of 50,000h), along with outstanding optical parame- ters. This energy efficient downlight is very suited to many types of applica- tions, since they not only significantly reduce energy consumption, but also ensure great lighting parameters. Addi- tionally its low heat emission provides significant interior maintenance cost reductions (e.g. air conditioning). www.luglightfactory.com


ALTO LED lighting (O,T,E and I series) with Non Glare Reflector technology broadens the possibilities. With wide range selections of various luminaire types and sizes. Downlights, track spots, office lighting and linear LEDs are also available. This convenient modular system allows you to design your own lighting options, while smart device control systems with wireless (wifi) technology provides easy control. www.alto.co.kr


DOWNLIGHTS & GIMBALS Luccini


John Cullen A discreet and extremely versatile LED up, down and step light, the Lucci- ni can create stunning effects when applied to columns, fireplaces and staircases, arches and bookcases. Pro- viding an exceptional quality of warm white light (2700K).The LED has a high CRI of 95 and is colour consistent. With a bezel of just 34mm and a depth of 30mm, it is easy to conceal in joinery. Its 1W efficiency and low heat make it ideal to use in places where heat is an issue. www.johncullenlighting.co.uk


alphabet WILA


Downlights Electron


Electron SA has designed and offers downlights with Bridgelux LED Modules. Made according to customer require- ments in terms of lumen output, colour temperature, colour rendering index, beam angle, colour and model of fitting and dimming option. The products have been installed in retail shops and hotels, together with the Electron LED converters that are also designed and developed by the company and offer smooth dimming of 2040 steps. www.electron.gr


alphabet is an award-winning (iF & Red Dot) modular family of LED downlights and spotlights from WILA. The modu- larity of the system with a variety of styles, dimensions, installation types and versatile photometry allows for maximum design freedom. alphabet fo- cus provides accurate beam projection through precise lens technology (PLT) and the variable focusing unit achieves maximum flexibility. alphabet spectra offers brilliant light and colour quality with a colour rendering index above 95 utilising the best available LED engines. www.wila.com


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