Illumination WALD STUDIO

4Dec/190

Prizm

Today Prizm lighting visited the office to show us their new products.

They are a new division of American Lighting. They are mostly focused on RGB with DMX control system.

 

Pixel Cubes

 

This fixture comes in IP67 rated cubes, each with X3 sections which are individually addressable through DMX. 4 channels to control colors.

Available in Gold and Silver finishes as standard. Additional powder coated finishes are available.

Power and data cables

pass through one cube to the other.

Up to 18 cubes on the power cable and 40 cubes on a DMX.

The DN price is $125, just for the cube.

 

Pixel Dots

RGB-W with adjustable 3" to 4" spacing between the dots.

The white CCT used at the center of the diode is exchangeable for different CCTs.

The lensing is an option, available in flat clear, flat white, and dome white.

The LED chip without lensing is IP67.

The cable comes in black and white finishes.

The cable could be replaced with X2 rows of uncrafted cable

 

NEOFLUX RGB:

Flexible Neon:

An IP 67 rated RGB twistable Neon LED with rigid or flexible mounting clips.

Available with end or back-feeding.

4" cutting increment in RGB and 2" cutting increment for the single color.

End caps could be installed at the job site and LED is field-cuttable with fully lit ends.

Max running length of 16'-0" per single unit.

up to 32'-0" run per each power supply.

Priced around $20/ft

 

TAPE LIGHT:

5.5w/ft, IP67, individual optics with permanent lenses.

Available beam spreads are 10°, 30°, 40°, and 30°X70°.

Max run length is 32'-0".

The RGBw coming soon.

This tape doesn't come with a channel but they have a wide low profile which could be used with it.

Lead time for custom products is 6weeks for production (overseas) and 1-2 weeks for delivery.

 

20Sep/190

3G Lighting

Today, we looked at 3G Lighting updated and upcoming products.

LINA Family:

we just recapped on this previously saw fixture. What's unique about their linear line is that they use one housing for all the trimmed, trimless, and grid installation.

Available with flushed and 1" or 2" dropped lens.

Surface, recessed, pendant mountings.

*They have 2 LED strips in the 2" and 3 LED strips in the 3.5" fixture.

Distribiutions are available in Direct and Direct/Indirect.

Wide batwing distribution for 1.5" and 2" fixtures are coming soon.

Average DN price for direct distribution is $50 to $65 per foot.


ZOIE:

Their trim/ trimless Multi-cell downlight, available in single, 2, 4, 8, and 12 multi-cell configurations.

Available in MATT! black and white finishes.

Great for when a quiet ceiling is desired.

Wallwasher is coming soon. We looked at the prototype of the 4 cells and liked its clean cutoff line. It has remodeled housing with butterfly clips for mounting.

 

Available housings for their ZOIE fixtures are: IC rated, NC, and shallow housing.

*All multi-cells come with integral driver and are dimmable, except the single-cell model.

The Single Cell is non-dimmable as an individual but could be dimmed if multiple quantities are put together.

*Quick ship is available for 2, 4, and 8 cells.

Approx. DN pricing is as follows: $160 for 2 cells, $180 for 4 cells, and $250 for 8 cells.


DOWNLIGHTS:

Madison is their well-recognized downlight. In general, downlights come in 30mm (NEW), 50mm (max 2200 delivered lm), and 70mm (4000 up to 5000 delivered lm).

Trims are available in white, black, and custom finishes.

Available configurations are single, X2, X3, X4 and continius run.

The NEW 30mm model delivers 1000lm and available in.3 square and round trimmed and trimless.

The 3.3" fixed 70mm deep cell downlight is their economic model with DN price of $150. It has a remodel housing with quick connect for mounting and accept up to 2 media (Solit lens for wet location).

Available with Shallow, NC, and IC rated housings.

*We noticed a visible halo.

 

The 4.5" model (the largest) has 2 internal screws for 360° rotation and lateral adjustment (twist and lock system).

 

At last, we looked at the NEW 4" wallwasher. the back of the lens is speculated, therefore this not only illuminates the wall but also has lateral distribution.

 

 

 

   
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