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LIGHTING WITH CARE HEALTHCARE CATALOGUE


LIGHTING WITH CARE HEALTHCARE CATALOGUE


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CONTENTS P. 04 — Focus on care P. 06 — We can shine a light on your plan P. 09 — Patient rooms: places where people live and work P. 53 — Corridors: fully illuminated at all times P. 69 — Offices: efficient surroundings promote motivation P. 81 — Visitor and relaxation area: feeling at home is the key P. 91 — Outdoor zone: keeping the threshold as low as possible


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COMFORT Adequate lighting and simulated daylight promote well-being. Does your infrastructure help to provide comfort for your residents?

SUSTAINABILITY EFFICIENCY To work effectively, doctors and nursing staff need suitable lighting that can be adjusted to suit the work they do. Does your infrastructure shed enough light on the work your staff are doing?

MAINTENANCE Maintenance of lighting systems means more than a quick wipe to remove the dust. Stocks of different lamp types are also an important factor. How easy to maintain are your lighting systems?

The range of light sources available is virtually endless. Comparisons based on cost, however, are obsolete. Only Total Cost of Ownership - the price of buying, operating, maintaining and recycling your lighting infrastructure - is truly relevant. How sustainable are your lighting systems?

ENERGY EFFICIENT Lighting accounts for 21% of a hospitals' energy bill. With automated systems for day and night, occupancy sensors, dimmers and the correct choice of lighting for every area, you can make significant savings on this important item. Is your lighting energy efficient?


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FOCUS ON CARE LIGHTEN THE BURDEN

BETTER LIGHT, BETTER CARE ABOUT MODULAR

The world of hospitals and care homes is constantly changing. Patients not only demand the best, personalised care. Their temporary environment also needs to be homely, inviting and comfortable. More and more care homes are therefore letting the outdoors in. The sector is becoming warmer, more positive and more colourful.

Perhaps a light comes on when you hear the name Modular Lighting Instruments. If so, it is no coincidence. We have been designing innovative, architectural lighting for major projects for more than three decades. We are perfectly at home in the industrial, service and care sectors.

All our designs embrace our special care for the environment. In every design we find ways of saving energy by using smart, flexible systems. We look for ways of using materials that will last a long time and are reusable. The aim is to make a sustainable contribution towards a green planet.

Our designs are characterised by their forward-looking character, attractive forms and functional design. We are also innovators in the area of technology.

We provide perfect lighting for your working environment. So you can lighten the burden for those in your care.

Managers, doctors, nurses and care staff carry large responsibilities. They need to be able to carry out their work in comfortable, safe conditions. The pressure is rising all the time. Governments are limiting resources and keeping budgets in check. There is growing competition between institutions. The long-term vision of care homes seeks to reconcile profitability, innovation and sustainability.

Sophisticated lighting is more than simply a luxury or a necessity. It offers tangible added value to everyone who spends time in a hospital or care home. Light has a positive influence on both mind and body.


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Offices where efficiency matters

Corridors where there is movement day and night

WE WILL SHINE OUR LIGHT ON YOUR PLAN

Modular Lighting Instruments develops total solutions tailored just for you. Using your plans as a starting-point, we find a lighting solution for every space that: + increases efficiency through functional implementation; + is easy to use; + is energy-efficient and cost-effective; + is aesthetically effective and designed to stand the test of time; + offers an attractive Total Cost of Ownership, from purchase to installation and maintenance costs to recycling.


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Relaxation and public area where friendliness is the key

Outdoor environment where there is a low threshold for coming inside

Patient rooms where patients stay and medical staff work


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PATIENT ROOMS where people live and work

A patient room consists of two areas - a bedroom and a bathroom - and each of them has its own lighting requirements. A patient room also fulfils multiple functions. The focus is on the patient or person receiving care. Suitable lighting is vital to encourage their healing process. A friendly atmosphere that makes them feel at home. Light also has a powerful influence on everything we do; light has a healing effect on the body. Greater comfort for residents is ensured by: + changing lighting during the day so that it does not seem artificial + providing safe, functional light for reading. Nursing staff and doctors also benefit from sophisticated, flexible lighting. Ease of use and adjustability make investigations and interventions easier and improve quality as a result.

A truly excellent lighting concept must: + minimise shadows. + provide subtle night lighting with sufficient visibility, without disturbing the patient's sleep. + while ensuring ease of maintenance. Providing the right lighting at the right time is vital in order to ensure the best medical and personal care. It is important not to forget that this also creates a welcoming environment for visitors. After all, they bring a ray of light into every room‌


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LIGHTING IN PATIENT ROOMS

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BED General lighting — P. 28 The H2A modular system offers you a tailor-made lighting solution. Its modular structure allows this lighting profile to create different atmospheres using different light intensities. 2

Highly efficient LED downlighters combine a high lumen package and incredibly low energy consumption. Together with low maintenance costs, this powerful light source offers major savings on your energy bill.

CORRIDOR / VISITOR AREA Accent lighting — P. 40 These LED fittings are the perfect replacement for traditional 35-50W halogen spots. This dimmable and highly efficient light source creates just the right touch with its warm, powerful beam.

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BATHROOM Accent lighting with higher protection — P. 46 These powerful LED modules surrounded by high-quality reflectors are integrated into an innovative surround with higher protection (IP) ratings. The ideal solution for bathrooms and wellness areas.


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H2A

IN THE PATIENT ROOM The pure, minimalistic design comprises direct, indirect and night lighting. H2A provides a warm, homelike light, reading light, examination light and night light. You can also use various dimming systems: DALI protocol, pushdim and analogue dimmer - to create different levels of lighting in the patient room.. The modular structure of H2A offers you a tailor-made lighting solution: you can combine polycarbonate (matt or gloss), reflectors, wattage and dimming to create the system that meets your requirements best.

+ direct, indirect, emergency and night lighting are all possible in one system + dimmer systems can be integrated + symmetrical / asymmetric light distribution + the lighting level is adjustable + easy installation and maintenance + tailored solutions (length, lamps and colour finish) + efficient diffusers


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H2A - DOWN / UP Combined use of general (up) and direct (down) light creates the correct lux value for medical examinations.


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H2A - DOWN Direct (down) lighting offers good background lighting for patient and nurse.


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H2A - UP Atmospheric lighting for the room as a whole can be achieved using the "up" module, which creates optimum indirect light distribution.


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H2A - HIGH POWER LEDS The high power LED is a compact point source that can be directed to provide the ideal reading area.


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H2A - CONVENTIONAL LEDS Conventional LEDs provide enough light for staff and patient orientation.


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H2A POLY - TRANSPARENT / MATT

Modular has developed single-piece polycarbonate extrusions specifically for H2A (up to 6m long). This development means that the polycarbonate is more robust, is easy to install and guarantees the perfect finish. The extruded polycarbonate has also passed the filament test (960°) and the material is classified as V0 fire resistant. The lighting module for indirect room lighting can be fitted with one or two T5 24W/39W or 54W lamps. The top of the H2A module is finished in transparent or matt polycarbonate. For the bottom there is a choice of clear (PMMA) or matt polycarbonate. These polycarbonates influence light output and create an aesthetic effect.

poly up - matt

poly down – matt efficiency up to 62%

poly up - transparent

poly down PMMA – clear efficiency up to 75%


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H2A LIGHT OUTPUT - SYMMETRICAL / ASYMMETRICAL

The H2A up module is available with symmetrical or asymmetrical reflectors. Both provide excellent indirect light distribution: the asymmetrical version increases the level of lighting at the end of the bed, while the symmetrical version creates a more noticeable wall-wash effect.

symmetrical

asymmetrical


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H2A CONVENTIONAL LED - ORIENTATION AND COLOURS

A conventional LED module in 4 colours (amber, red, blue and white) provides orientation lighting at night for both staff and patients. Due to its relatively low light output, the conventional LED is used in the H2A profile specifically for indirect and direct orientation lighting. The H2A is able to incorporate conventional LEDs that distribute light diffusely because they are built into the profile behind the matt polycarbonate. Direct orientation lighting can also be created because conventional LEDs at the bottom of the H2A profile distribute the light through an opening in the profile. H2A LED conv. front

H2A LED conv. down

H2A LED conventional front

H2A LED conventional down


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H2A MAINTENANCE - EASY CLEANING AND RELAMPING

easy relamping from above

easy relamping from below

easy cleaning


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H2A - LIGHTING CALCULATIONS

ROOM DIMENSIONS Width Depth REFLECTION VALUES Ceiling Wall Floor LIGHTING Light loss factor

CASE 1 3m60 4m00

Equipment 1x T5 54W Poly down Height of calculation plane 1.10m

70 50 30

400

300 200 350 250 150

100 50

Av. lux value at reading surface 305 lux

0.85

180

CASE 2

160

80

Equipement 3x T5 54W Poly up Height of calculation plane 0.00m

180

160

140

120

100

Av. lux value at floor level 127 lux 80

180

160


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325

100

CASE 3 Equipment 1x T5 54W Poly down + 3x T5 54W Poly up Level of calculation plane 0.80

600

475

325

175

Av. lux value at examination level 449 lux


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LED - THE ADVANTAGES

ENERGYEFFICIENT

HIGH-QUALITY LIGHT

ECOLOGICAL AND FUTURE-PROOF

+ Wide range of lumen packages

+ Stable colour temperatures - Warm white - Neutral white - Ice white

+ 50,000 hour life

+ Dynamic colour temperature - Tunable white: 2700K-6500K

+ 5 year warranty*

+ Replaces traditional energy-hungry light sources + Low energy consumption + Extremely efficient

+ Dimmable / non-dimmable + No heat or UV radiation + Comfortable, pleasant light with a CRI > 80

* terms and conditions at www.supermodular.com

+ Low maintenance costs (lamp replacement no longer needed)


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LED

IN THE PATIENT ROOM The latest generation of LED lamps offer many benefits: they combine high light intensity with low consumption. Their energy-efficiency is maintained over time. A life of up to 50,000 hours is guaranteed while retaining 70% of light intensity. You therefore benefit from a five-year guarantee on these lamps. LED light means quality with a capital Q. The colour temperature and consistency of white light are stable throughout its lifetime. LED lamps produce no IR or UV radiation and can be combined with dimmer functions.


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LIGHTING IN THE PATIENT ROOM

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BED General lighting These highly efficient LED downlighters combine a high lumen package with incredibly low energy consumption. Together with low maintenance costs, this powerful light source offers significant savings on your energy bills.

Ex-L LED

Lotis LED 1100/2000/3000lm

Cake LED 1100/2000/3000lm

Ex-L LED 1100/2000/3000lm


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LED - GENERAL LIGHTING

ENERGYEFFICIENT

HIGH-QUALITY LIGHT

ECOLOGICAL AND FUTURE-PROOF

+ Wide range of lumen packages 1100lm 2000lm 3000lm

+ Stable colour temperature Warm white: 3000K Neutral white: 4000K

+ 50,000 hour life

+ Dynamic colour temperature Tunable white: 2700K - 6500K

+ Fixed module form factor

+ Replaces traditional downlighters 2x18W 2x26W 2x32W + Low energy consumption 11W 22W 41W + Extremely efficient Efficiency up to 100lm/W + No heat or UV radiation

+ Dimmer system Dali / Pushdim + Comfortable, pleasant light with CRI > 80

+ Low maintenance costs


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CAKE LED

Efficient cooling system Cooling fins release heat rapidly, resulting in higher efficiency and light output

Reliable LED technology Fortimo / Lexel LED module 1100lm warm / neutral white

Excellent reflector technology Matt diffuser IP55

Innovative design Organic form Recessed light source (anti-glare)


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TUNABLE WHITE - BRING THE DAYLIGHT IN

Our biological clocks are sensitive to light. The type of light is also important to both doctors and patients. Light that is adapted to suit the patient's biological clock helps people to feel healthier and fitter.

Colour temperature (CCT) expresses the perceived warmth or coldness of white light. The colour temperature is usually expressed in Kelvin (K). Light with a low colour temperature is usually perceived as 'warmer' than light with a high colour temperature.

The tunable white LED engine from Modular perfectly simulates natural outdoor light within the room. By manipulating the intensity and colour of the white light you can bring a stimulating atmosphere into the room to match the rhythm of human activities. + Cold white light increases alertness and activity and is ideal for examinations. + Warm white light creates a comfortable, relaxed feeling and creates a friendly atmosphere.

To Be Touched control system

Colour temperatures of LED's 2000 - 2700K 2700 - 3500K 3500 - 5000K > 5000K

Super warm white Warm white Neutral white Ice white


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LIGHT TEMPERATURE - FROM WARM TO COLD

Warm light

Glowing coals - 500K

Neutral light

Light bulb - 2680K

Early morning sun - 3500K

Cold light

Fluorescent lamp - 4000K

Midday sun - 5000K

Camera flash - 6000K


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LED EFFICIENCY - LED VS PL

100

Lotis LED 1100 lm

Lotis LED

60

80

2000 lm

Lotis LED 3000 lm

Lotis PL 40

Lotis PL

2x32W

2x26W

20

+ A comparison between PL and LED fittings shows that the LED variants offer similar lumen packages to traditional PL downlighters, but do much better in terms of efficiency!

LM/W

The most efficient downlighters

0

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

3000

LUMINOUS FLUX


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Low energy consumption High savings

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Example: 4 identical 6 x 12m offices are each equipped with PL 2x26W, PL 2X32W, LED 2000 lm and LED 3000lm fittings. The number of fittings is determined according to the required lighting intensity at working height (500 lux). 2

PL 2x26W 1

PL 2x32W 2

LED 2000lm LED 3000lm 3

4

Number of downlighters

32

24

27

18

Energy consumption per downlighter

54

72

26

46

Total energy consumption

1730

1726

710

828

Maintenance factor

0.67

0.67

0.8

0.8

Energy cost per year

!"947

!"945

!"388

! 453

Energy cost: 0.125 kWh Hours in use: 12hr/day - 365 days per year Consumption: LED source incl. LED gear

Choosing LED makes a big difference to your energy bill! Additional costs are also saved due to the low cost of maintenance.

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EVOLUTION OF LED - OVER THE YEARS

6000

LED 3000lm

2000

3000

2011

1000

LED technology is constantly evolving. The third generation of LED sources is now available, maintaining lumen packages while dramatically reducing consumption. As a result the number of lumens per watt is rising, making it possible to offer more and more efficient lighting solutions.

LUMINOUS FLUX

LED over the years

0

20

40

LED 2000lm

LED 2000lm

LED 2000lm

2008

2010

2011

LED 1100lm

LED 1100lm

LED 1100lm

2008

2010

2011

60

80

100

120

LM/W


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Cost over the first 10 years LOTIS PL 26W

COSTS

Due to excellent efficiency and the associated low energy costs, extra investments in LED offer faster investment payback.

LOTIS LED 3000lm

LOTIS LED 2000lm

LOTIS LED 1100lm

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Energy cost: 0,125kWh Hours in use: 12h/days – 365 days per year

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TECHNICAL LIGHTING DATA - LOTIS LED 1100LM WHITE STRUCTURE

Legend beam diagram H(m)

= distance in metres between the light source and the reference value

Eav D(m)

= average illumination = diameter of light source at half intensity

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= efficiency

WW NW

= warm white = neutral white

Lotis LED 1100lm white structure WW

Lotis LED 1100lm white structure NW

Lotis LED 1100lm white structure WW

Lotis LED 1100lm white structure NW


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LOTIS LED 2000LM WHITE STRUCTURE

LOTIS LED 3000LM WHITE STRUCTURE

Lotis LED 2000lm white structure WW

Lotis LED 2000lm white structure NW

Lotis LED 3000lm white structure WW

Lotis LED 3000lm white structure NW

Lotis LED 2000lm white structure WW

Lotis LED 2000lm white structure NW

Lotis LED 3000lm white structure WW

Lotis LED 3000lm white structure NW


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LIGHTING IN THE PATIENT ROOM

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Scotty LED < 1400lm

Scotty adj LED < 1200lm

Duell wall 2x LED < 900lm

Duell recessed LED < 900lm

Lotis LED < 900lm

K-1 LED < 900lm

Mini Thub metal LED < 900lm

Spock foot LED < 1200lm

Mini Multiple LED < 900lm

Lotis tubed LED < 900lm

Slide Square LED < 900lm

Slide Twin LED < 900lm

Duell recessed LED < 900lm

CORRIDOR / VISITOR AREA Accent lighting The perfect replacement for the traditional 35-50W halogen spot. This dimmable, highly efficient light source with its warm, robust fitting, adds the perfect touch.


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LED - ACCENT LIGHTING

ENERGYEFFICIENT

HIGH-QUALITY LIGHT

ECOLOGICAL AND FUTURE-PROOF

+ Lumen package < 900lm

+ Stable colour temperature Warm white: 3000K Neutral white: 4100K

+ 50,000 hour life

+ High-quality reflectors ø 50mm ø 70mm

+ IP20 / IP44 / IP55 (depending on product)

+ Replaces traditional halogen spot: 35 - 50W + Low energy consumption 8W + Extremely energy-efficient Efficiency up to 81lm/W + No heat or UV radiation

+ 5 year warranty* Spot: 16° Medium: 24° Flood: 38° or 50° + Dimmer system Trailing Edge Dimmable 1 - 10V Pushdim + Comfortable, pleasant light with CRI > 80

* terms and conditions at www.supermodular.com

+ Low maintenance costs


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LOTIS LED

Efficient cooling system Cooling fins quickly remove heat, resulting in higher efficiency and light output

Reliable LED technology LED module ø 50mm LED array with phosphorus layer Lumen package < 900lm warm / neutral white

Excellent reflector technology Medium / flood

Innovative design Conical shape Recessed light source (anti-glare) Finished in white structure, black, aluminium or gold


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TECHNICAL LIGHTING DATA - K-0 LED < 900LM WHITE STRUCTURE

Legend beam diagram H(m)

= distance in metres between light source and reference value

Eav D(m)

= average illumination = diameter of light source at half intensity

!

= efficiency

WW NW

= warm white = neutral white K-0 LED < 900lm white structure WW MEDIUM

K-0 LED < 900lm white structure NW MEDIUM

K-0 LED < 900lm white structure WW FLOOD

K-0 LED < 900lm white structure NW FLOOD


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K-0 LED < 900lm white structure WW MEDIUM

K-0 LED < 900lm white structure NW MEDIUM

K-0 LED < 900lm white structure WW FLOOD

K-0 LED < 900lm white structure NW FLOOD


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LIGHTING IN THE PATIENT ROOM

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Lotis LED 1100/2000/3000lm

Cake LED 1100/2000/3000lm

Slide Square IP LED < 900lm

BATHROOM Accent lighting with a higher protection level These powerful LED modules surrounded by high-quality reflectors are integrated in an innovative fitting with a higher protection level. The ideal solution for bathrooms and wellness areas.

Intro LED < 900lm

Ex-L LED < 900lm

Qliv LED < 900lm

Lotis Tubed Exterior < 300lm

Mini Asy Lotis LED < 250lm

Mini Boxlite LED < 350lm

Lotis Bathroom LED < 900lm


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LED - ACCENT LIGHTING WITH A HIGHER PROTECTION LEVEL

ENERGYEFFICIENT

HIGH-QUALITY LIGHT

ECOLOGICAL AND FUTURE-PROOF

+ Lumen packages < 350lm < 900lm < 1500lm

+ Stable colour temperature Warm white: 3000K Neutral white: 4100K Ice white: 6500K

+ 50,000 hour life

+ Replaces traditional halogen spots: 35W 35 - 50W 50 - 75W

+ High-quality reflectors Spot: 16° Medium: 24° Flood: 36°

+ Low energy consumption 7W 8W 8 - 10W

+ Dimmer system Trailing edge dimmable 1 - 10V Pushdim + Comfortable, pleasant light with CRI > 80

+ Extremely energy-efficient Efficiency up to 115lm/W + No heat or UV radiation

* terms and conditions at www.supermodular.com

+ Low maintenance costs + IP44 / IP55 / IP65 / IP67 (depending on product) + 5 year warranty*


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QLIV LED

Efficient cooling system Cooling fins ensure rapid heat removal, resulting in high efficiency and light output

Reliable LED technology LED Module ø 70mm LED array with phosphorus layer Lumen package < 1500lm warm or ice white

Excellent reflector technology Flood degree beam

Glass cover IP67

Innovative design Subtle protruding edge Inset light source (anti-glare) Finished in white structure or black structure


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TECHNICAL LIGHTING DATA - QLIV LED < 1500LM

Legend beam diagram H(m)

= distance in metres between light source and reference value

Eav D(m)

= average illumination = light source diameter at half intensity

!

= efficiency

WW IW

= warm white = ice white Qliv LED < 1500lm WW

Qliv LED < 1500lm IW

Qliv LED < 1500lm WW

Qliv LED < 1500lm IW


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CORRIDORS

fully illuminated at all times

Many different people use the corridors of hospitals and care homes at all times of the day and night. A well-designed lighting solution provides the necessary visibility while also preventing energy wastage.

Adequate corridor lighting helps to ensure their safety when they move around. Older people in particular benefit from good visibility. Light helps these residents to find their way around the building.

With dimmer systems and occupancy sensors you can ensure that your corridor lighting is a shining example of the rational use of lighting. Central system control allows you to meet differing requirements during the day and at night.

Health care workers and nursing staff have to do demanding work. Suitable lighting helps them to provide an excellent service.

For visitors, first impressions of your health care institution or care home are decisive. Hard neon lighting or inadequate light are not welcoming. Lighting can also play a functional role: continuous lines of lighting will invite visitors to move towards their destination. Patients or residents spend a long time in a hospital or care home.


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CONTINUOUS LIGHTING LINES - OVERLAPPING FLUORESCENT LAMPS WITHOUT POLY

+ Overlapping TL5 technology ensures an even distribution of light. + High-quality Miro® reflectors are highly efficient (95% reflection rating).


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CONTINUOUS LIGHT LINES - OVERLAPPING FLUORESCENT LAMPS WITH POLY

+ Homogeneous, direct distribution of light + no shadow formation + no dazzling + Choice of 2 diffusers: - matt poly: efficiency up to 62% - clear (PMMA) poly: efficiency up to 75%


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CONTINUOUS LIGHT LINES - POSSIBILITIES

+ Standard or custom-designed light lines: - fixed wattages ensures easy relamping and maintenance - combined wattages (e.g.. 14/24W, 21/39W, 28/54W, 35/49/80W) Wider choice of standard lengths + Choice of HE/HO TL5 modules - 1-lamp modules - 2-lamp modules + Installation 1 Suspended 2 Surface - ceiling 3 Surface - wall 4 Recessed

1

2

3

4

120mm

SL100

100mm


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PROFILES - SPECIFICATIONS

+ anodised aluminium + maximum length (without 180° connection): 6000 mm + standard electrical components compliant with EN60598/CE + mechanical components: CE + protection rating: IP20 + filament test: 960°


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TECHNICAL LIGHTING DATA - SL75 1X28W PMMA

Legend beam diagram H(m)

= distance in metres between light source and reference value

Eav D(m)

= average illumination = light source diameter at half intensity

!

= efficiency

SL75 1x28W PMMA

SL75 1x28W PMMA

SL75 1x28W PMMA


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TECHNICAL LIGHTING DATA - SL75 1X28W POLY

SL75 1x28W POLY

SL75 1x28W POLY

SL75 1x28W POLY


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LED IN THE CORRIDOR General lighting The highly efficient Ex-L downlighter with its powerful LED source provides pleasant, efficient and above all economical lighting for corridors and public areas. The aesthetic appearance of this downlighter can also be improved by means of an extra accessory: the QLIV upgrade ring. This ring is available in white structure or black structure; with or without matt/transparent glass. The high protection rating (IP 55) means that this downlighter is also suitable for use in bathrooms and wellness areas.


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EX-L - AND UPGRADES

Ex-L with Qliv upgrade ring – trimless installation

Qliv upgrade ring

Ex-L with Qliv upgrade ring – installation with trim

Ex-L with Qliv upgrade ring IP55 – trimless installation

Qliv upgrade ring IP55

Ex-L with Qliv upgrade ring IP55 – trimless installation

Ex-L with Qliv upgrade ring IP55 diffuse – trimless installation

Ex-L

Qliv upgrade ring diffuse IP55

Ex-L with Qliv upgrade ring IP55 diffuse – installation with trim


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LED - GENERAL LIGHTING

ENERGYEFFICIENT

HIGH-QUALITY LIGHT

ECOLOGICAL AND FUTURE-PROOF

+ Wide range of lumen packages 1100lm 2000lm 3000lm

+ Stable colour temperature Warm white: 3000K Neutral white: 4000K

+ 50,000 hour life

+ Dynamic colour temperature Tunable white: 2700K-6500K

+ Fixed module form factor

+ Replaces traditional downlighters 2x18W 2x26W 2x32W + Low energy consumption 11W 22W 41W + Extremely efficient Fitting efficiency up to 100lm/W + No heat or UV radiation

+ Dimmer system Dali / Pushdim + Comfortable, pleasant light with CRI > 80

+ Low maintenance costs


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EX-L LED

Efficient cooling system Cooling fins release heat rapidly, resulting in higher efficiency and light output

Reliable LED technology Fortimo / Lexel LED module 2000lm Warm / neutral white

Excellent reflector technology UGR ! 10.4 (compliant with EN 12464 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; dazzle protection)

Qliv upgrade ring IP55 Transparent glass combined with Qliv upgrade ring


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TECHNICAL LIGHTING DATA - EX-L LED 1100LM

Legend beam diagram H(m)

= distance in metres between light source and reference value

Eav D(m) !

= average illumination = light source diameter at half intensity = efficiency

WW NW

= warm white = neutral white

EX-L LED 1100LM WW

EX-L LED 1100LM NW

EX-L LED 1100LM WW

EX-L LED 1100LM NW


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EX-L LED 2000LM

EX-L LED 3000LM

EX-L LED 2000LM WW

EX-L LED 2000LM NW

EX-L LED 3000LM WW

EX-L LED 3000LM NW

EX-L LED 2000LM WW

EX-L LED 2000LM NW

EX-L LED 3000LM WW

EX-L LED 3000LM NW


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SL Mini poly out

SL 75

SL 100 LED < 900lm

Miniflux LED (RGB)

Baseline (RGB)

Walk System

K1 LED < 900lm

Asy Lotis LED < 900lm

Lotis LED < 900lm

Grannos

LED IN THE CORRIDOR Accent lighting These products using LED module or LED strip technologies make an attractive touch in the corridor and create a pleasant welcome for visitors. Colours are available too. Although this functional lighting is required around the clock, these LED products offer significant savings on the energy bill.


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Duell surface LED < 900lm

Lotis tubed wall 2x LED < 350lm

Mini Thub metal LED < 900lm

Slide LED < 900lm

Qliv LED < 1500lm

Duell recessed < 900lm

Mini multiple LED < 900lm

Lotis tubed wall 1x LED < 350lm

Lotis tubed surface XL LED < 900lm


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THE OFFICE

an efficient environment promotes motivation

Administrative areas and offices are places where people have to work at a fast pace, day after day. Efficiency is key: the lighting needs to be suitable for the needs of the staff. Apart from functional aspects, there is also an emotional side. A workplace with the right lighting accents can be more pleasant and promote motivation and dynamism.


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THE RIGHT LIGHT IN THE RIGHT PLACE People need adequate lighting in order to work well. Unnecessary light, however, is a waste of money. Interactive systems such as occupancy detection can help you to save energy by only lighting those areas that are occupied by people.


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SL Mini poly out

Cupid

Cupid BAP

SL75

SL100 Square Down

SL149

Small 2FLAT2C

2FLAT2C

Aero

Halfpipe

Halfpipe recessed

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BAP IN OFFICES Smart lighting BAP profiles offer the perfect lighting for people using computer screens. They are compliant with the EN 12464-1 standard, with a UGR (Unified Glare Rating) ! 19. These products are therefore perfectly suited for offices and administrative areas. The mirrored grids also act as a powerful energy-saving feature. With light efficiency of 95%, hardly any light is lost at all.

1

2

3

4

1 2 3 4

Lamp Back reflector BAP mirrored grid Springs


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BAP - AVANTAGES

LIGHTING QUALITY AND EFFICIENCY

HIGH-QUALITY ALUMINIUM

PERFECT DESIGN

+ Efficiency up to 95%

+ 99.9% pure aluminium

+ Back-reflector in gloss white finish

+ Compliant with EN 12464-1 - UGR ! 19 for use in offices - Average luminance ! 1000 cd/m² at " > 65°

+ 3D strips with top reflector

+ Satin finish perfectly matches the anodised profiles

+ Semi-gloss: high reflectivity + Part of BAP visible underneath the profile is only 8mm + 1 lamp and 2 lamp versions


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BAP - EN 12464-1 COMPLIANT

AVERAGE LUMINANCE ! 1000 cd/m² at " > 65° from the vertical axis

UNIFIED GLARE RATING (UGR) UGR ! 19, when used in offices REFERENCE PARAMETERS X = 4H, " = 8H S = 0.25H Refl. = 70/50/20

LAMP " = 90°

" = 65°

" = 0°

15°


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TECHNICAL LIGHTING DATA - 2FLAT2C BAP 1X28 UP / DOWN

Legend beam diagram H(m)

= distance in metres between light source and reference value

Eav D(m) !

= average illumination = light source diameter at half intensity = efficiency

2FLAT2C BAP 1x28 up / down

2FLAT2C BAP 1x28 up / down

2FLAT2C BAP 1x28 up / down


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TECHNICAL LIGHTING DATA - 2FLAT2C BAP 1X28 DOWN

2FLAT2C BAP 1x28 down

2FLAT2C BAP 1x28 down

2FLAT2C BAP 1x28 down


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TECHNICAL LIGHTING DATA - 2FLAT2C BAP 2X28 UP / DOWN

Legend beam diagram H(m)

= distance in metres between light source and reference value

Eav D(m)

= average illumination = light source diameter at half intensity

!

= efficiency

2FLAT2C BAP 2x28 up / down

2FLAT2C BAP 2x28 up / down

2FLAT2C BAP 2x28 up / down


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TECHNICAL LIGHTING DATA - 2FLAT2C BAP 2X28 DOWN

2FLAT2C BAP 2x28 down

2FLAT2C BAP 2x28 down

2FLAT2C BAP 2x28 down


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VISITOR AND RELAXATION AREA feeling at home is the key

The visitor area or relaxation area consists of the entrance hall, shops, waiting rooms, cafeteria and areas for relaxation. These areas showcase the welcoming atmosphere of the hospital or care home. Lighting has a number of different roles in these areas. The emphasis is on ensuring orientation and safety while also creating a hospitable, welcoming atmosphere. General lighting is combined with innovative, decorative lighting accents on the walls or ceiling.


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Flat Moon

Lotis LED 1100/2000/3000lm

Izar PL

Scotty LED < 1400lm

Cake LED 1100/2000/3000lm

Spock foot LED < 1200lm

Spock wall LED < 1200lm

Qliv LED < 1500lm

Ninety LED < 700lm

Ninety track LED < 700lm

Scotty adjustable LED < 1200lm


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United

SL Mini naked

Lotis tubed surface XL LED

Duell surface LED < 900 lm

Square moon 2x 18W

United uncovered

U shape wall 2x LED < 350lm

United asy

Diablo

Square moon


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Lux 10R LED (RGB)

Lux 20 LED (RGB)

Lux 20 Opal LED (RGB)

Bled (RGB)

Lux 17 LED (RGB)

Lotis LED 1100/2000/3000lm

Cake LED 1100/2000/3000lm

Izar LED Moodswing

Mini Downut (RGB)

Baseline LED (RGB)

Miniflux LED (RGB)

Velis LED (RGB)

To Be Touched control system


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ENTRANCE HALL Anyone entering a hospital or care home except to work there will have a sense of hesitancy on crossing the threshold. Nevertheless it is possible to offer a warm welcome to every visitor and show them that every room in the building is friendly and hospitable. The right lighting touches can do wonders in this area and give you the opportunity to set your institution apart from others.


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WAITING ROOM Both patients and those accompanying them spend a lot of time in the waiting areas. Interior design and lighting work together here to provide a pleasant, calming atmosphere. This allows those waiting there to feel calmer as they wait for investigations.


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CAFETERIA AND RELAXATION AREA These areas give patients and visitors the opportunity to meet together outside the rooms. They can enjoy each other's company, have a drink and soak up the sociable, cheerful atmosphere. Pain or discomfort can be dulled by distractions, seeking friends and family or simply relaxing. Lighting plays an important part in creating a friendly, warm and homely atmosphere in these areas.


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OUTDOOR AREA

keeping the threshold as low as possible

Once night falls, the area around your building needs to be illuminated. It is important to maintain the right balance here. It is possible to use lighting economically while still ensuring the safety of those living near the building. The pathway to the entrance and the building itself must be adequately lit to show visitors the way and minimise the risk of accidents. Night-time also creates an opportunity to draw attention to the architecture of your building in more striking ways.


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Qliv LED < 1500lm

Grannos LED < 1500lm

Fuser

BLED (RGB)

Miniflux LED (RGB)

Grannos LED < 1500lm

A(r)mor LED < 250lm

A(r)mor double LED < 450lm

A(r)mor Mini LED < 150lm


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Gutter

Mini Boxlite LED < 350lm

Kabaz

Boxlite CFL

Fred

Qliv LED < 1500lm

Beamer 2x LED < 250lm

Beamer 1x LED < 250lm

Fall

Hit-me


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References AZ Sint Jan Brugge Jan Yperman Ieper Algemeen Stedelijk Ziekenhuis Aalst Heilig Hart Roeselare AZ Groeninge Kortrijk OCMW Lokeren AZ Lokeren CHM Moeskroen St. Elisabeth Brussel WZC Sint Eligius Zeveneken AZ Oudenaarde WZC Ten Oudenvoorde Ertvelde AZ Sint Augustinus Veurne WZC Hof Ter Schelde Antwerpen UZ Gent Sint Augustinus Wilrijk Broeders van Liefde Gent Sint-Andriesziekenhuis Tielt Europa St-Michielskliniek Brussel Heilig Hart Ieper OCMW Wielsbeke APZ St-Lucia Sint-Niklaas AZ OLV Ter Linden Knokke Heilig Hart Menen Rusthuis Wieltjesgracht, Ieper …


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