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168 TECHNOLOGY / ANNUAL PRODUCT GUIDE


LIT axen Luxintec


LIT axen is a new LED high performance projector by LIT lighting. It is available with one or two light sources, power consumption from 9W to 54W and other options (different finishes and light colours). It includes a patented optical system: XQUARE OPTICS, which pro- vides great light and colour uniformity, maximum light utilisation factor, low glare and great visual comfort thanks to an unique range of optical patterns (spot, square and rectangular). With efficiency up to 85lm/W, it also offers a useful life up to 80,000 hours. www.litlighting.com


HB 886 LUG


Beacon Wallwash Concord


Based on efficient Sylvania Metal Halide CMI-T technology, the ultra-compact Beacon Wallwash luminaire measures just 170mm in length, yet can bathe an entire wall with floor to ceiling white light when mounted at a height of just two meters. Available in 20W, 35W, 50W and 70W versions, every Concord Beacon Wallwash comes with a quick- start Sylvania Superia CMI-T 3000K (warm white) lamp as standard. Within the range L1, L3 track and surface mount variants are available and the 360˚ rotating head allows for precise adjustment and angling. www.havells-sylvania.com


The HB 886 was named as a Good De- sign 2012 in the Good Design Compe- tition. Its efficacy is noteworthy up to 100 lm/W. This creative decorative lu- minaire is perfect for modern interiors that need a special arrangement and will be especially appreciated by design specialists. www.luglightfactory.com


INTERIOR


Archi High Bay series Endo


Offering a hard industrial body at a sensible cost. Archi High Bay series is available in a choice of nine different body types from traditional High bay to a more modern compact design. Using either COB or Cluster LED’s the light distribution is soft and evenly spread.


This range features lumen packages from 4000lm (=35w CDMT) to 38000lm (=400w Metal Halide), up to 140lm/W, up to IP65 rating, 5 years warranty and CRI80+. www.endo-lighting.com


LED36P Times Square Lighting


The LED36P delivers the lighting equivalent of a 75-watt pattern pro- jector utilising a 28.8-watt Xicato LED module. The rewards are 10 times the lamp life as well as 70% energy savings. The LED36P projects stock or custom patterns (gobos) and is equipped with four framing shutters for precise beam shaping. www.tslight.com


Movi Microlights


An adjustable LED luminaire available in recessed, surface, or track mount- ed options, that is perfect for retail lighting environments. Featuring LED technology, leading to reduced energy and maintenance costs, Movi has been designed to include the signature ‘Retail Hot Spot’ beam distribution essential for effective accent lighting. With a LED COB from Citizen and Philips Xitanium driver, the range is available in either 2,000 lumen, 25W or 3,000 lumen at just 37W. ww.microlights.com


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