WaveStream technology is the breakthrough the lighting industry has been waiting for. A new paradigm that will take LEDs mainstream, in a way that hasn’t been possible before, transforming the LED point source into a highly efficient and elegant luminous plane. It’s a groundbreaking technology that can be applied broadly from exquisite specification-grade designs, to wide-ranging residential, commercial and industrial lighting projects. Simply put, whatever you can imagine, WaveStream makes possible.
The RPD design language reflects clean and contemporary design targeting commercial and hospitality applications. The RPD06 24”, 36” or 48” diameter ring chandelier has a satin white powder coat finish on the outer and inner shade walls. A colored strip painted per RAL specification on the channel bottom edge provides a bright accent color. The rings are illuminated by an LED light engine at 8.4 Watts per foot, 3100K located in the channel between the shade walls to provide up and down lighting.
San Francisco architect Mark Horton, FAIA, designed a custom tensegrity fixture Neidhardt Inc fabricated from brass with an artisan aged bronze patina finish. Slots cut into brass are illuminated by Diva2 LED strips at warm color temperature. All cables are coax and measure 1/8" in diameter. Cables are suspension and power at the same time.
By Steve Breidenbach
The LumeLEX 2060 utilizes the latest generation of Xicato technology with high Lumen output packages for maximum performance and is available with 10 - 60 degree beam spread optics. This uniquely styled, fully die-cast fixture is designed as the most integrated, thermally efficient fixture for LED modules up to 2000 lumens. Also available with the XPM module for tighter beam control.
Lighting Associates is happy to announce the addition of Bartco Lighting to our comprehensive product line. Bartco Lighting provides architectural strip lighting proudly made in America by IBEW tradesmen.
Elopak is a manufacturer specializing in food packaging and is owned by the Ferd Group (one of Norway’s largest privately owned industrial groups). Their large manufacturing plant for Western Europe located in Terneuzen (the Netherlands) chose Lighting Science to replace fluorescent tube lighting. Lighting Science replaced the previously installed 590 tubes with just 83 Flat LowBays.
The city of Austin, Texas, state capital and home to the University of Texas, decided to upgrade its outdated street lighting. City officials turned to Cooper Lighting for the major renovation, which involves replacing nearly 35,000 high-pressure sodium fixtures with new energy-efficient Streetworks Navion™ LED roadway luminaires. The upgrade is expected to generate more than $200,000 a year in energy savings for the city.
Lighting Services Inc introduces the LP3 Series, the first in a series of super high power, tight focused LED fixtures, specifically designed for long throw, tight beam applications. The LP3 Series is the first fixture
to accept Lumentalk Technology™. Designed to take the place of aging low voltage sources, such as PAR56 or PAR64, this efficient, super high power LED fixture can produce a 6 degree beam with 100,000 CBCP which rivals the most powerful sealed beam technology.