luminaire


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luminaire

A complete lighting unit consisting of a light source, a housing, enclosure, etc.
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Open ceiling suspended retail aisle performance luminaire which distributes crisp uniform light toward the "selling zone" shelved merchandise.
Complete report on luminaire market spread across 89 pages, analyzing 5 major companies and supported with 43 data exhibits is now available at http://www.
Outstanding" outdoor products include Selux's Olivio LED Sistema 2 LED pole-mounted pedestrian-scale luminaire; Landscape Forms' MultipliCITY LED Pathlight bollard; and Cree's IG Series parking-garage luminaire.
Available in four models, the luminaire comes in a range of colours and finishes to fit with most interior or exterior decor.
Detailed requirements to test the optical performance of a surgical luminaire under various conditions that mimic real surgery are also given.
For the first time, the company decided to provide contract manufacturing service to brand name luminaire suppliers after introducing its own-brand lighting fixtures last year.
Each luminaire is designed with good thermal insulation to achieve the performance, the Alaska featuring a 'Duo' system with the fully enclosed diffusers made from clear acrylic glass (PMMA) and with the fluorescent tube itself sheathed in clear acrylic.
Consequently, the room constructions and the lighting system are treated as separate entities, meaning that lighting heat gain parameters for a particular luminaire measured in a full-scale test room can be applied to a range of room constructions.
addition at its Horse Creek, SC, plant, the facility installed enclosed luminaires to both improve light and help eliminate lighting-related fire hazards.
For the past half century, the negative effect of light loss due to dirt accumulation on lamps and luminaire surfaces has resulted in reduced light levels," said Norma Frank, past president of NALMCO and chairman of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America's (IESNA) Lighting Maintenance Committee, which has been looking into the problem.
As the video points out, an incandescent luminaire converts 85% of the input power into heat, while an LED luminaire converts only 5% of its input power into heat.
Featuring Eaton s advanced LED technology, the luminaire is offered in multiple lumen packages, lensing and control options, making it an excellent replacement for general-purpose lighting applications of linear fluorescent products including low-bay industrials, wraparounds and striplights.