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162 TECHNOLOGY / ANNUAL PRODUCT GUIDE Lumenline


Lumenpulse With its slim 65mm profile, Lumenline challenges the performance of T5 HO fluorescent systems, using 25% less en- ergy. It is available in pendant, surface mount and recessed formats, in several sizes, and can be controlled via DMX, DALI, 0-10 volt, Lumentalk or Lutron EcoSystem. Ideal for retail, public spaces, offices and classrooms. www.lumenpulse.com


ArcCove


Anolis Anolis ArcCove cleverly combines both high light output intensity with cost and energy efficient LED technology to achieve a lighting product that offers a genuine alternative to traditional linear incandescent or fluorescent cove light- ing systems. ArcCove has a streamlined profile and various mounting options meaning greater flexibility for a wider variety of applications. The latest LED chip technology combined with a plug and play set up process insures that incredible effects are simple to create. www.anolis.eu


Mini Continuum Concord


GVA Lighting


Highlighter Series For large scale installations, applica- tions include architectural cove lighting with the Highlighter HL-COVE and de- lineation with the Highligter HL-DL for long run lighting applications including architectural delineation of skyscrap- ers, airports and shopping malls. www.gvalighting.com


Offering continuous, highly uniform and yet discrete lines of light across walls and ceilings, the Mini Continuum LED can be vertically and horizontally re- cessed, semi-recessed, surface-mount- ed and suspended dependent on individual lighting requirements. Mini Continuum with an overall lit surface width of only 51mm is an ideal lumi- naire for offices, meeting rooms, corri- dors, education facilities and libraries. www.concord-lighting.com


LINEAR


Colour Temperature Suite KKDC


Xoominaire LED Linear


Featuring three parallel arranged lamps of up to 4500 lumen/m each, a choice of 9 different optics, 5 avail- able colour temperatures as well as RGB, built into one of four different housings. Good for general, industrial, accent or architectural lighting. www.led-linear.com


KKDC’s principal product ranges all now feature their new ‘colour temperature suite’ of white LED packages which are produced to their own design and specification having been developed in collaboration with leading lighting designers. By control of the chromatic- ity and binning in LED production and through the use of Mitsubishi phosphor, all are available in high CRI (>90) as standard, with R9 values. Unified LED source design delivers consistent and stable colour performance on all phases of projects across the range of 2300K to 5000K white LED packages. www.kkdc.co.uk


MONOFLEX MONO


MONO have launched the next gen- eration MONOFLEX High performance flexible LED tape with the introduction of the S30 & S60 models, featuring 30 or 60 mid-powered Samsung (5.6mm x 3.0mm) SMD LED per meter. This is coupled with an on-board constant current Integrated Controller (IC), a 2-Oz flexible copper PCB and Graphite heat spread dissipation layer, provid- ing optimal and reliable performance throughout its life. Available from stock in 2700K, with a 3-step MacAd- am ellipse colour consistency, lumen output of 810 lm/m (S30) or 1620 lm/m (S60) and nominal power consumption of 10w (S30) or 20w (S60) per meter. Other colour temperatures available to order include 3000K, 4000K, 5000K and 6500K. www.monoled.com


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