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luminaire

A complete lighting unit consisting of a light source, a housing, enclosure, etc.
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Lana Rice, President of Luminaire Marketing states, "We spent the last 3 years testing version 1 of The Luminaire Selector with a small group of manufacturer's representatives.
s FGP Path Light bollard and Cree's RSW Series LED Street Luminaire.
Internet connectivity allows the interconnection of controllers to allow advanced monitoring and automatic testing of up to 25,000 luminaires from a single control point.
Access Fixtures, a United States based company in commercial, industrial, and sports lighting, has launched a new canopy luminaire that can also be used as a wall pack.
Available in four models, the luminaire comes in a range of colours and finishes to fit with most interior or exterior decor.
The company says the luminaire will deliver years of stand-by life, while the built-in battery status indicator allows monitoring and testing without the need to touch the luminaire.
The luminance on the wall directly in front of the luminaire is very high, and diminishes with increasing distance.
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.
The company installed a different type of luminaire at its nearby 280,000-sq.
Ledalite's new Meso X1 luminaire features MesoOptics optical control technology.