Illumination WALD STUDIO

5Mar/190

WE-EF

Today, We-ef stopped by to present their updated exterior pole lights and bollard light.

They presented the Flood-light, FLC 230 model, the second smallest in this family. It has a powder coated graded aluminum body with 4 standard colors; Black, white, grey, and dark grey.

The flood-light family has a wide range of beam spreads, 5.8, 8.2, 14, 30, and 60 degrees.

The lensing is designed as a tray of individual lenses and is field replaceable and sits right on top of the LED board without having to glue it.

The fixtures can accept up to 2 internal accessories. a snoot and a hex louver which seats on top of the snoot without cutting off too much light.

The Smallest of the family is 7.5”, FLC 220 (7.97" diameter).

They also have a linear spread lens accessory. A great option for pedestrian and pole lighting.

The linear spread lens can be used with Hex louver.

Available in 3000K and 4000K are standard static whites. The 2700K, 3500K are new additions.

This fixture is also available in tunable white (2700K-6000K) as FLC 220-TW family.

The 5.8 degree spread has a different LED board.

30 degree + hex is around $1200 DN

30 degree + linear spread (presented)

larger size fixture has DN price of $1800

One of the great features of this fixture is modularity and control of the beam angle.

Comes in static white, warm dim, and tunable white.

23Oct/180

Number 8

Today N8 Lighting stopped by our office to present their updated products.

The 400 Series:

 

A recessed downlight has the following features:

  • Dim down to 5%
  • Compatible with almost all the Lutron systems.
  • Cree led chip available in single color with lens and Warm dim options.
  • Cost under $300 ND

The 800 Series:

 

They presented the warm dim downlight with Dim 1 driver, dim to black. It is available in 4" Shallow housing, IC rated (804S housing)

* We liked the soft and nicely dimmed 1800K.

  

 

For the Wall-washer in 800 series, they recommended to use the 25° optic and use the linear spread lens to achieve a wider light spread (by 1 sqft).

The new Wall-washer delivers 800lm vs standard 350 delivered lumen.

Installation note for Wall-washer:

The lamp to be on 45° tilt, the perforated screen to be perpendicular to the wall, the axis of the magnets (90° increments) line up with the grid line on the housing (this should be done before mudding).

Monopoint:

The MPT2 has been updated with the following features:

  • 120° light beam with 360° rotation.
  • Hex-louver (15% to 20% lumen output drop).
  • 18 different interchangeable optic.
  • Accept up to 3 media, field interchangeable.
  • The remote driver can be placed up to 120ft away from the fixture when using a remote canopy. (we won't need J-box !)
  • Cost under $300 DN

*This Mono-point is the only title 24 approved remodel fixture.

*The new 10° optic coming next year.

*A new 200 Series coming soon. It has all the optic options, trims, shallow, IC rated housing, and price around $200! It's a commercial/VE product.

 

20Oct/180

Litelab

Today, Litelab stopped by our office to present their updated products.

The new track lighting has 800lm, a zinc cast body which gives better thermal handling and is 20% to 25% heavier than aluminum.

They estimate that they can go up to 2000lm (probably by January 2019)

The zoom option has 1º and 10º indicators in the side for adjustment,

The C70 Series:

The M37 fixture's driver is on board, seating on the track fitter and the M55 version has a recessed driver.

20º, 40º, and 60º optic

(*it has recently been used in MOMA)

  

The M61 family:

  • The max lumen is 1000lm with MR16 housing size.
  • It’s available with a fixed optic in 4º and 7º pin spot.
  • Available in 2700K and 3000K.
  • The 10º and 30º zoom versions are coming out by March 2019.

Wallwasher family:

It currently requires closer than 1:1 spacing but they are working on it to improve it by January 2019.

The M61 family:

    • The max lumen is 1000lm with MR16 housing size.
    • It’s available with a fixed optic in 4º and 7º pin spot.
    • Available in 2700K and 3000K.
  • The 10º and 30º zoom versions are coming out by March 2019.

They are working on a new linear product with micro-optics. the followings are photos of the prototype:

This fixture has a snap-in driver underneath the LED board. It accepts different lenses for different light distribution. (coming on March- April 2019)

*Currently, the lenses are not interchangeable and we have noticed a slight halo.

*it requires more work to develop this fixture (the light is leaking out from some spots

Some of their recent projects are British Gallery, Cultural society in Huson yard, and museum of fine art in Hudson.

   
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