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LEDs control light

High-performance LED lighting solutions are rewriting the history of functional and decorative lighting.


HUMANERGY BALANCE Lighting solutions for the balance between environment, energy and the individual.

LED lighting quality Precisely directed light Saturated colours and colour-changing lighting IR- and UV-free light Unaffected by vibration and impact Compact design

07:30 The day dawns: staff prepare for the day ahead in a pleasant room ambience.

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10:00 A friendly welcome: bright lighting is inviting for people seeking advice.


LED energy efficiency Efficient technology Long service life of 50,000 hours or more Longer maintenance intervals Optimal operation at low temperatures Efficient integration into lighting concepts

13:00 Just like daylight: LED cove lighting delivers concentrated light in the vicinity of ATMs quickly and simply.

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Ergonomic Lighting Indicator

Lighting Energy Numeric Indicator

Lighting quality assessed on the basis of five criteria: A Visual performance B Vista C Visual comfort D Vitality E Empowerment

Energy consumption in kWh per annum per square metre, based on EN 15193

17:00 Safety: ambient brightness ensures customers feel safe when taking out cash, even outside normal opening hours. Coloured circular LED lighting provides a pleasant evening lighting scene.

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Luminaire index LED luminaires for illumination 2LIGHT MINI LED downlight PANOS BioMotion downlight MICROS LED downlight PANOS PureWhite downlight SUPERSYSTEM lighting system ORILED orientation luminaire SCONFINE SFERA pendant luminaire VIVO LED spotlight TEMPURA spotlight

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LED luminaires for decoration PASO II LED recessed floor luminaire LEDOS recessed luminaire PHAOS LINE light line SYSTEMLED light line SLOTLIGHT II LED light line CIELOS Move media luminaire SCONFINE CUBO wall-mounted luminaire KAVA LED recessed wall luminaire

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Hybrid luminaires AERO II Hybrid waveguide luminaire SOLINA hybrid luminaire with accent lighting

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Emergency lighting RESCLITE emergency luminaire ARTSIGN escape sign luminaire PURESIGN escape sign luminaire COMSIGN II escape sign luminaire FREESIGN 300 escape sign luminaire PROOFSIGN escape sign luminaire

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CONTENTS

Introduction

Application areas

Lighting solutions

Outdoor areas Presentation and Retail Art and Culture Hospitality and Wellness Offices and Communication Orientation and Safety

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The light source of the future LED conquers new application areas Reference projects worldwide

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LED on and around buildings LEDs for centre-stage settings and emotion LEDs for conservational lighting LEDs for a sense of well-being and enjoyment LEDs working and showcasing LED for emergency lighting

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LED and Humanergy Balance

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LED lighting solutions – an overview LED encyclopaedia


LED The light source of the future

Interview Lighting designer Torsten Braun talks about the future of LED lighting

Everyone is talking about lighting solutions that use LEDs. What, in your opinion, are the advantages of this latest-generation light source? These light sources have a very long service life and are efficient. Because they give off relatively little heat, they can be placed close to an object or even in an object.

of LEDs will be exploited effectively by tapping into the creative, artistic possibilities offered by LEDs during the luminaire development process. Like the car industry, which, in the early 20 th century, was still fitting engines in carriages, we stand at the start of a development path which will be long and no doubt exciting.

What are the main application areas where you use LED luminaires? To set facades centre stage in outdoor areas. For illuminated surfaces and decorative light lines in indoor locations and, nowadays, more and more for indirect illumination in lighting coves, e.g. in shopping malls.

In your opinion, which application areas will benefit most from LED development? I think retail area lighting and outdoor lighting applications are bound to benefit most from LEDs but museum lighting will also reap the benefits of gentle LED light. LED luminaires can replace conventional low-voltage halogen luminaires for retail area lighting in an energy-efficient manner without any loss of quality. There is already appreciable demand for LED-based wide-area backlighting and cove lighting. It is possible to envisage LEDs replacing certain HIT lamps in the near future. Where LEDs replace conventional lamps, the “cold” light produced by LEDs also makes it possible to reduce heat input.

Do LEDs also have weaknesses, and what do you think they are? LEDs had unsatisfactory colour rendition characteristics until relatively recently. There are also huge differences in LED quality, and you get what you pay for. If an installation is expected to operate profitably over a relatively long period, uniform LED grades – or “binnings” – must be selected. Maintenance and replacement of faulty components must be addressed and clarified. High standards, in terms of delivery reliability and vertical range of manufacture, must be applied in order to vet potential suppliers. And how will the application areas for LEDs change in the future? Where do you see the biggest growth potential? LEDs will first replace today’s established light sources in accent lighting, then they will gradually find their way into wide-area lighting, starting with luminous ceilings. Colourful lighting using light emitting diodes will become less important. I don’t think LEDs will replace all current light sources, after all, the incandescent bulb didn’t do away with the candle. The first thing they will do is to create new ways of using light. The full potential

Because of the compact design of LEDs, in outdoor lighting there will be a tendency to dispense with illumination and position light on the actual building. This has positive side effects: less energy is consumed and there is less risk of light pollution and light nuisance. How do you see the future development of LED lighting? LED downlights can definitely replace downlights that use compact fluorescent lamps. Even lighting using LED spotlights is an important trend in LED lighting. Some products offer the ability to adjust colour temperature individually to suit the relevant requirements, thereby influencing the ambience in a targeted manner – this is a major advantage.


Lighting and centre-stage settings LED conquers new application areas

Orientation and Safety ORILED orientation luminaire ■ RESCLITE emergency luminaire ■ ONLITE PURESIGN escape sign luminaire ■

Hospitality and Wellness ■ PANOS BioMotion downlight ■ MICROS LED downlight ■ SLOTLIGHT II LED light line ■ CIELOS Move media luminaire ■ SCONFINE SFERA pendant luminaire ■ SCONFINE CUBO wall-mounted luminaire ■ KAVA LED wall-mounted luminaire

Art and Culture SUPERSYSTEM lighting system ■ CIELOS Move media luminaire ■ TEMPURA spotlight ■

Outdoor areas PASO II LED recessed floor luminaire ■ LEDOS recessed luminaire ■ PHAOS LINE light line ■ SYSTEMLED Deco and Flood IP 65 light line ■ ORILED orientation luminaire ■


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Offices and Communication ■ 2LIGHT MINI LED downlight ■ PANOS BioMotion downlight ■ PANOS PureWhite downlight ■ SLOTLIGHT II LED light line ■ AERO II Hybrid pendant luminaire

Presentation and Retail ■ 2LIGHT MINI LED downlight ■ PANOS BioMotion downlight ■ PANOS PureWhite downlight ■ SYSTEMLED Deco and Flood light line ■ SUPERSYSTEM lighting system ■ CIELOS Move media luminaire ■ TEMPURA spotlight ■ VIVO LED spotlight ■ SOLINA hybrid luminaire with accent lighting


LEDS FOR OUTDOOR AREAS

LEDS FOR PRESENTATION AND RETAIL

LEDS FOR ART AND CULTURE

LEDS FOR HOSPITALITY AND WELLNESS

LEDS FOR OFFICES AND COMMUNICATION

LEDS FOR ORIENTATION AND SAFETY

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ASSEMBLÉE NATIONALE, PARIS (F) CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, SEOUL (ROK) EUROPAPLATZ VILLACH (A) BREGENZ FESTIVAL HOUSE & CONGRESS CENTRE (A) HALLE MÜNSTERLAND (D) HUNGERBURG FUNICULAR, INNSBRUCK (A) SPARMARKT FUSSACH (A) SPORTS ARENA ZAGREB (HR) WELLE AM STADTPARK VIENNA (A) WIESMANN MANUFACTORY FOR SPORTS CARS, DÜLMEN (D) WIFI DORNBIRN (A) WUXI SUNTECH SHANGHAI (RC) BOSCH BSH SHOWROOM, PARIS (F) DM DROGERIEMÄRKTE (H) DOUGLAS HILDESHEIM (D) HUGO BOSS, NEW YORK (USA) MAYBACH CENTER, BERLIN (D) ISSEY MIYAKE PARIS (FR) AND DUBAI (UAE) PORCELLANOSA MADRID (E) POSTE ITALIANE (I) ROBINSON-CLUB CAMPUS FH BAD HONNEF (D) SINN-LEFFERS, LEIPZIG (D) SPARKASSE HOHENHAUSEN, LEMGO (D) STADION CENTER VIENNA (A) SWAROVSKI, LONDON (GB) T-MOBILE YOUNG CONCEPT STORE, BERLIN (D) T-MOBILE CENTER, VIENNA (A) ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF ZURICH (CH) GODGELEERDHEID LIBRARY, LEUVEN (B) BMW MUSEUM MUNICH (D) CHIESA DEI SANTISSIMI QUATTRO CORONATI, ROME (I) COVENTRY UNIVERSITY, COVENTRY (GB) HALLE MÜNSTERLAND, MÜNSTER (D) LIEBIEGHAUS FRANKFURT AM MAIN (D) HYDRO-ELECTRICITY MUSEUM, ST. PETERSBURG (RUS) DORTMUND THEATRE (D) SENTOSA AMPHITHEATRE SEOUL (ROK) VIENNA TECHNICAL MUSEUM (A) ZEUGHAUS MUSEUM MANNHEIM (D) DIALYSIS CENTRE, HERNE (D) FOUR SEASONS HOTEL, MOSCOW (RUS) GAILTALKLINIK HERMAGOR (A) H2O SPORTS AND LEISURE POOL HERFORD (D) HOCKEY CLUB CARTOUCH PE VOORBURG (NL) HÔTEL DU MONT D’ARBOIS, MEGÈVE (F) RED SQUARE HOTEL, MOSCOW (RUS) HOTEL STEIMKER BERG, WOLFSBURG (D) KESSELHAUS KOLBERMOOR, ROSENHEIM (D) RITZ-CARLTON, DUBLIN (IRL) ROBINSON-CLUB CAMPUS FH BAD HONNEF (D) SCHRAMM’S RESTAURANT, AU IN DER HALLERTAU (D) MAX-PLANCK INSTITUTE LIBRARY, FLORENCE (I) DIOCESAN LIBRARY, MÜNSTER (D) HOME OF FIFA, ZURICH (CH) KLUG GMBH, TEUNZ (D) POLISH NATIONAL BANK, KATOWICE (PL) FRANKFURT TRADE FAIR PRESS CENTRE (D) RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL, RHODE ISLAND (USA) SPARKASSE, LEMGO (D) EPISCOPALIAN CENTRE OF GRAZ-SECKAU DIOCESE (A) OFFICE BLOCK ELEMENT, DORNBIRN (A) CARLTON HOTEL ST. MORITZ (CH) SAN FRANCESCO COMPLEX (I) ELIN MOTOREN, WEIZ (A) GALLERY OF RESEARCH, VIENNA (A) HOTEL PARK BOHINJ (SLO) KANTONSSPITAL GRAUBÜNDEN (CH) KASTNER & ÖHLER UNDERGROUND CAR PARK, GRAZ (A) KLAGENFURT MAIN HOSPITAL (A) MELK MAIN HOSPITAL (A) MERCEDES-BENZ ENGINE PLANT ADDITIONS (GB) OLD POLICE STATION, SWANSEA (GB) POLO HOLDING WELLNESS CENTRE (I) RITZ-CARLTON DUBLIN (IRL) STUBENRING 1, VIENNA (A) THE CRIPPS BUILDING, ST JOHNS COLLEGE (GB)


NORDWESTHAUS, FUSSACH (A) | Architects: Baumschlager Eberle, Lochau (A) | Lighting solution: LED spotlights showcase curved concrete walls and model multi-faceted atmospheric images in RGB, indoors and outdoors alike.


Light for outdoor areas Big effect using compact, powerful LED packages

Facade lighting LEDs open up new architectural design pos sibi l ities. Thanks to their compact size and RGB colour dynamism, LEDs can be used to stage striking lighting effects. Tightly focused LED light is ideal for accentuating detailing or setting building axes and surfaces of materials centre stage. Sweeping LED light lines emphasise straight architectural lines with great precision. LED uplights throw precise cones of light onto facades, columns or building axes.

LEDs use projected light to lay the foundation for energy-efficient lighting solutions. The tightly focused light they deliver can be optimally aligned by using application-specific lenses. Besides low power consumption, LED solutions achieve very high overall efficiency levels which are hard to achieve using conventional light sources. Relamping is a significant cost factor in the case of conventional light sources. LEDs, on the other hand, have longer maintenance intervals because of their good durability.


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SPAR FUSSACH (A) | Architect: Dipl. Ing. Anton Fink, Dornbirn (A) | Lighting solution: indirect LED lighting of facade made of linear aluminium panels

Vibrant beams of light create architectural accents and attract attention | Lighting solution: PASO II recessed  oor luminaires


WIESMANN MANUFACTORY FOR SPORTS CARS, DÜLMEN (D) | LED lighting solution: ORILED bollard luminaires point the way into the showroom


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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, SEOUL (ROK) | Lighting solution: LEDOS recessed floor luminaires provide guidance and act as lighting points that produce decorative accent lighting

Orientation lighting Wallmounted and bollard luminaires mark out the way along steps and stairs in a very subtle but nevertheless effective manner. Their light is directed downwards directly onto the ground in order to avoid distracting stray light. LEDs also work as an architectural design element. LED luminaires arranged in a line and linear LED luminaires brilliantly light the way. They channel visitor flows, delineate different areas and catch people’s eyes. And the biggest economic plus of LED orientation luminaires: thanks to high operational reliability and the minimal

maintenance effort they require, they put the concept of “Install & Forget” into practice perfectly. Accent lighting Varied light brings a lighting solution alive. LEDs offer a wealth of ways to achieve this: small LED luminaires can be positioned as required on the floor, walls and ceilings, and geometrical patterns can be created easily. Coloured light has a special emotional impact. A wide range of light colours, and precise colour definition in the case of RGB models, turn the LED into a popular tool for branding using CI colours.


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ORILED

Ground-level orientation luminaire

People need to be able to find their way intuitively at any time of day. This is especially true when it comes to finding one’s way around public buildings. Light makes an important contribution to this and also improves safety. ORILED is the perfect alternative to conventional fluorescent lamps. A unique lens/reflector combination directs LED light onto the ground over a wide area. The luminaire’s extremely uniform light distribution is ideal for specifically illuminating steps, corridors, passageways and circulation areas. This means that LEDs are an efficient replacement for lamps with relatively higher wattages and luminous flux levels in such locations. With colour temperatures of 3,000 K and 5,400 K, as well as a blue-light version, ORILED can handle both functional and decorative lighting tasks. Its optionally flush-mounted or overlapping special steel frame is fixed by virtually invisible camlock fasteners. These recessed luminaires and bollard luminaires are available with IP 65 protection and are perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. Alternatively, ORILED is also available with separate battery packs for 1 or 3 hours of operation for use in emergency lighting systems. ORILED bollard

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The secret of the luminaire’s high illuminance: two 1 W LEDs teamed with a unique lens/refl ector combination. Used as a ground-level orientation luminaire, ORILED can replace conventional lamps with comparatively higher wattages and luminous flux levels (diagram on left). Precise direction of light protects against distracting stray light. Recessed bollards with ORILED luminaires illuminate circulation areas regardless of interior or exterior walls.


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PASO II LED Recessed floor luminaire for universal application As well as a wide variety of conventional light sources, the PASO II luminaire range also includes several LED models. When used as a recessed floor luminaire, the PASO II LED luminaire produces monochrome or colourchanging RGB columns of light. The mature technology built into the PASO II recessed floor luminaire with IP 67 protection makes it a highly desirable recessed luminaire. It ensures longevity and functional safety, particularly in locations where air humidity is high or there is significant exposure to dust or insects. PASO II LED luminaires are ideal for use in hospitals or wellness facilities because of their low maximum surface temperature, which does not exceed 40 °C. PASO II LED offers design variety with round and square models as well as a flush-mounted or overlapping special steel frame. The 120 mm diameter PASO II PowerLED is an elegant, frameless, glass-only model and provides even more creative design scope.

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The narrow-beam PASO II produces vibrant beams of LED light which create architectural accents (photo, far left). Important safety aspect – building without barriers: flush-mounted PASO II recessed luminaires make stumble hazards a thing of the past (photo, top left). Low surface temperature allows use in critical areas (photo, bottom left). Long service life translates into longer maintenance intervals.

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LEDOS II D120 special steel

LEDOS

An extensive range of recessed LED luminaires

LEDOS is Zumtobel’s most comprehensive decorative LED product line. Protection types up to IP 68, various designs and different sizes all open up a wealth of indoor and outdoor lighting applications. The luminaires are powered by 24 V SELV to meet exacting safety requirements. On the other hand, models suitable for a 230 V supply can be installed without control gear. Many luminaires are available with monochromatic or RGB light colours.

LEDOS II Q120 chrome

LEDOS II wall-mounted luminaire The diffuser stands 12 mm proud of the frame to make the light visible on the wall. The frosted, illuminated panel seems to float in front of the wall. This sophisticated design is shown off to unique effect in both the round and the square model. The luminaire is available with either a highly specular chrome frame or enclosed in a rugged special steel frame. A frameless model is also available for the 120 mm version. LEDOS O recessed wall and floor luminaire With a mounting depth of just 8 mm, this extremely low-profile luminaire is ideal for installation in wooden floors as well as wooden and plaster walls. This interior luminaire also demonstrates its abilities when fitted in fixtures. LEDOS FLOOR recessed floor luminaire This luminaire, which can bear loads of up to 1,000 kg and can be walked over, is excellent for walked areas in indoor and outdoor applications. Besides several models with diffuse light distribution, superspot and flood versions with 1 W power LEDs are available for accent lighting. LEDOS M recessed wall and floor luminaire The smallest luminaire in the LEDOS product line is used as a recessed wall or floor luminaire. The LED unit is housed in an ultrasonically welded polycarbonate case, which can be fitted in various powder-coated die-cast aluminium housings. The LEDOS M model with IP 68 protection can even be used for underwater lighting.

LEDOS M, cover ring with semicircular window

LEDOS M, cover ring with eight windows


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PHAOS LINE

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Recessed LED luminaires guide, direct and shape – all in the tightest of spaces. Because of their compact size, the luminaires have an unobtrusive appearance and provide lighting accents which are all the more effective. LEDOS II: the frosted, illuminated panel seems to float in front of the wall (photo above). LEDOS M: powder-coated housing combines toughness with technical lighting versatility (photos, bottom left). LEDOS O: scratchproof polycarbonate inner part makes it possible to insert transparent foil printed on one’s own PC. LEDOS O: problem solver for all application areas which demand shallow mounting depths (photo, far left).

PHAOS LINE

Impressive LED light line

The means is the end – one could describe the use of PHAOS LINE to produce dramatic lighting scenes in circulation areas and corridors in these terms. This LED light line uses dynamic light to set architecture centre stage – indoors and outdoors alike. Controllable RGB colour sequences in floors and walls attract plenty of attention. White, blue and colour-changing RGB luminaires with uniformly illuminated surfaces make a strong impression in prestigious circulation areas as well as in counters and shopping interiors. Built-in power supply and control units for 230 V supply voltage ensure that luminaires are simple to install.

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Light lines in the floor improve safety, make orientation easier and also produce exciting effects. IP 67 protection and a wide range of accessories provide complete design and installation freedom (photo above).

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STADION CENTER, VIENNA (A) | Architects: Loistl & Loistl, Vienna (A); Freimüller-Söllinger, Vienna (A) | Lighting design: Jürgen Hassler, Hamburg (D); Dr. Christian Mikunda, Vienna (A) | LED lighting solutions: media luminaire, lighting coves and tile luminaires


STADION CENTER, VIENNA (A) | Architects: Loistl & Loistl, Vienna (A); Freimüller-Söllinger, Vienna (A) | Lighting design: Jürgen Hassler, Hamburg (D); Dr. Christian Mikunda, Vienna (A) | LED lighting solutions: special solution which places emphasis on emotionality and image. Ambient lighting using plenty of natural light is supplemented by effi cient downlights.

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LEDs for Presentation and Retail Light that sets the scene and evokes emotions

Eye-catching design Movement and dynamism are all the rage – and that goes for lighting too. The boldest trend involves using video-compatible media luminaires to get messages across and dissolve spatial boundaries. LEDs are excellent light sources for lighting coves because of their intense colours and the way they direct light so precisely. Despite consuming very little energy, they brighten up walls and ceilings perfectly. Besides coloured lighting coves, LED luminaires with a coloured corona are also an ideal lighting tool for zoning purposes.


Variety as an overall concept With their variable colour temperatures, LEDs have a great talent for selling by providing warm to cool white light at exactly the right moment. Light with the right colour temperature creates an agreeable atmosphere that invites shoppers to linger. The added value provided by LEDs compared to conventional light sources lies in the combination of functional white light and coloured special lighting effects they deliver. Dramatically staged effects in shops and shop windows arouse people’s curiosity and grab their attention.

Patented solution for hard-toaccess locations The long life expectancy of Zumtobel LED luminaires minimises expensive maintenance work – especially in situations where relamping requires considerable effort. An atrium with a high ceiling and escalators are just two examples where a long-lasting LED luminaire renders value services.

SPARKASSE HOHENHAUSEN (D) | LED lighting solution: TEMPURA spotlights and downlights, PANOS downlights, LEDOS recessed fl oor luminaires, 2LIGHT MINI and LED light lines


Gentle lighting LEDs are the only light sources that produce IR- and UV-free light without additional filters and protection. Colours don’t fade and delicate materials remain pristine, even if the LED luminaire is positioned very close to the product or very high illuminance levels are needed. Lower thermal loads also have the advantage of cutting operating costs; because LEDs produce less heat, air conditioning systems don’t have to work as hard.

DOUGLAS HILDESHEIM (D) | LED lighting solution: shelf lighting using downlights protects merchandise against IR and UV radiation and prevents uncontrolled rises in room temperature.

Branding Strong brands address all the customer’s senses in order to build a lasting customer relationship. This is why business premises and retail areas are being used more and more for branding purposes. Chain stores with standardised shop concepts confirm this trend and innovative LED luminaires are just the right tool to achieve this. Where the lighting solution picks up the colour concept of a specific brand, this creates a strong link between space and brand – far more so than could be achieved by shop fixtures and fittings. Corporate lighting also underlines the character of a brand after opening hours, thereby making a long-term contribution towards branding.

T-MOBILE CENTER VIENNA (A) | Architects: CD-Plan, Goldenstedt (D) | Lighting design: Vedder Lichtmanagement, Gröbming (A) | Lighting solution: a look which does the brand justice. A mixture of ambient lighting, downlights and atmospheric colour accents inspire a feel-good mood. ELI

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VIVO S LED

VIVO LED

Spotlight with 360° precision

Like the entire VIVO spotlight range, the LED version can also be rotated and pivoted any way you like. The luminaire’s integral clip makes it possible to aim light at products and objects quickly and conveniently. The “smaller” version of the LED spotlight projects a remarkable 450 lumens of light with a narrow 15° radiation angle, despite its low power consumption (12 W). The 30 W LED spotlight projects a generous 1,000 lumens with a radiation angle of 25°. At 3,000 K, the luminaire’s colour rendition Ra is in excess of 90 and at 4,200 K Ra it is still above 80. Both types are optionally switchable or DALI dimmable and, thanks to active cooling, have a service life of up to 50,000 hours. They project enough light to replace 50 W or 90 W halogen lamps and 20 W HIT lamps. Unlike the latter, VIVO LED is dimmable and produces IR- and UV-free light. This LED spotlight can therefore be used in any situation where halogen lamps have previously been used: in retail areas and exhibitions, in galleries and shops.

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Active cooling of LED module (photo on left) gives spotlights a service life equivalent to that of 25 pieces low-voltage halogen lamps. Energy consumption is as much as 3,000 kW/h lower. Available in two ratings as a spot or flood model, VIVO LED meets a whole variety of lighting requirements. Appropriate colour temperatures and high Ra levels make this LED spotlight an efficient replacement for low-voltage halogen lamps. DALI dimmable, no colour shift.

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2LIGHT MINI RGB/W

2LIGHT MINI LED

Unique Mellow-downlight effect

Direct and diffuse: a combination of two lighting characteristics in one luminaire ensures soft light with vibrant radiance. Zumtobel uses innovative LED lighting technology as an alternative to conventional light sources in order to meet exacting visual requirements and to address people’s emotions. The RGB version provides warm white functional light, and circuit boards with coloured LEDs produce decorative accents. The pure white version optionally provides warm white or intermediate white light. The luminaire has a luminous flux of 1,000 lumens and is as efficient as an 18 W fluorescent lamp. These features make 2LIGHT MINI LEDs ideal for zoning in shops and for functional and decorative lighting scenes in bar and reception areas. Various gear boxes for the RGB version enable the installer to connect up to 10 luminaires to DALI and 1 – 10 V operating systems per gear box. Stand-alone operation of luminaires using a sequencer is also possible.

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Besides being used as a decorative coloured light, a cone of warm white light can also be used for accent lighting (diagram on right). Warm white and intermediate white light cater for specific lighting requirements. RGB downlight with diverse raft of capabilities: just one luminaire can be used to produce projected warm white light as well as colour-changing atmospheric accent lighting. LED light produces no UV radiation or heat which might cause damage or make materials fade.

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SYSTEMLED Deco with diffuser

SYSTEMLED

Modular light lines

Light is becoming an increasingly more important architectural design element. Emphasis is often placed on the unobtrusive design and compact dimensions of the luminaire. Linear light sources are especially appreciated. They are used to illuminate coves, backlight surfaces or to illuminate surfaces uniformly. This is where the SYSTEMLED product line brings flexibility on an entirely new scale. This modular LED light line solves a variety of different tasks: SYSTEMLED Flood illuminates wide areas extremely uniformly, whereas SYSTEMLED Deco handles cove lighting efficiently. Fitted with a diffuser, it creates uniform light lines. The intermediate white version of SYSTEMLED Deco Basic delivers up to 580 lumens per metre. This high luminous flux makes it perfect for lighting shelves and showcases, as well as for cove lighting. Thanks to their modular construction, it is straightforward to adapt the light lines to cater for the required length on a project. Various versions with individual, slot or channel mounting options and protection ranging from IP 20 to IP 65 make a vast range of indoor and outdoor lighting applications accessible.

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30° lens 3,000 K: 1,750 lx 4,200 K: 1,900 lx

60° lens 3,000 K: 1,000 lx 4,200 K: 1,075 lx

90° lens 3,000 K: 500 lx 4,200 K: 600 lx

Through-wiring and connector system ensure fast, virtually no-tool installation of SYSTEMLED Deco Basic. This also minimises causes of errors (top photo). Special steel springs included in the scope of supply make slot and channel mounting simple (detailed images top left and centre). The perfect light line: SYSTEMLED Deco with diffuser (IP 40 or IP 65) gives an absolutely homogeneous appearance (detailed image top right). Tightly focused light from the SYSTEMLED Deco Basic LED light line is suitable for shelves and showcases as well as for cove lighting (diagram on left).


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SOLINA direct/indirect LED RGB

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SYSTEMLED Flood lens optics provide precise light distribution for wallwashing in a way that is almost impossible to achieve using conventional fluorescent lamps with a reflector. The high-quality extruded aluminium section supports LEDs and is also used as a cooling surface in order to dissipate heat, thereby extending the luminaire’s service life. Thanks to the compact size of LED light lines, RGB lighting solutions in particular can be implemented in a much more space-saving manner than is possible when using, for example, fluorescent lamps. LEDs are also not sensitive to rapid changes in colour.

Hybrid luminaire with accent lighting

SOLINA is a high-bay reflector luminaire which, thanks to its design and a wide range of different (conventional) light sources, has numerous applications in shop lighting in particular. Because interior design and the power of attraction which interior design exerts on customers are major factors in this application, SOLINA has been supplemented with RGB LEDs for accent lighting on the ceiling. Compared with conventional colour filters for indirect accent lighting, with LEDs, light colour can be changed at the press of a button or even be changed dynamically in order to attract more attention.

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Indirect light is an established feel-good lighting factor, coloured light sets striking accents. LEDs are highly rated because of their very intense colours and colour changes at the press of a button.

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LEDs for art and culture Light for authentic exhibition concepts

Projected light The features offered by the latest generation of LED luminaires are virtually limitless. Besides the full palette of RGB colours, a wide spectrum of colour temperatures is also available – at the press of a button, without having to replace light sources or filters. These straightforward, quick changes in colour temperature set the scene perfectly for sensitive lighting solutions which can be adapted perfectly to suit any era of art or exhibition features. The previously set colour temperature is accurately maintained even when the LED luminaire is dimmed. Another design plus: because LEDs are compact, they can be used to implement lighting concepts where the luminaire stays unobtrusively in the background and does not divert attention from exhibits.

LIEBIEGHAUS, FRANKFURT AM MAIN (D) | Architects: KĂźhn Malvezzi, Berlin (D) | Lighting solution: backlit luminous ceiling and TREN track system with more than 2,000 2.5 W LED superspots. Small spotlights illuminate sculptures perfectly from a height of 5 to 6 m. Spotlights focus attention on details while remaining discreetly in the background. ELI

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MANNHEIM ZEUGHAUS (D) | Architects: PEP Architects and City Planners, Berlin (D) | Lighting solution: TEMPURA spotlights, SLOTLIGHT recessed luminaires

Conservational lighting Prestigious premises can be made even more imposing by appropriately exploiting the drama of light. Nevertheless, objects that have a history dating back hundreds of years or which are made of delicate materials must not be damaged by lighting. Innovative LED technology is the long-term answer to such needs.

The latest LED luminaires meet the exacting requirements of conservators and museum management staff in every respect. Despite high illuminance levels, they guarantee UV- and IR-free light, thus protecting historical, precious exhibits against fading and deterioration.


ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF ZURICH UNIVERSITY (CH) | Lighting solution: TEMPURA spotlights, indirect lighting using TREN track system

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF ZURICH UNIVERSITY (CH) | Lighting solution: besides insisting that exhibits were protected from harmful IR and UV radiation, renovators also demanded maximum fl exibility and effi ciency. The variable colour temperatures and energysaving LED technology of TEMPURA spotlights proved to be a persuasive solution.


Wide-area backlighting Widearea, diffuse light has an especially authoritative presence. It sparks a sense of freedom by dissolving boundaries in enclosed spaces and allowing contours to flow smoothly and merge. This is why wide-area backlighting is much in demand in modern museums in particular. Such lighting is often seen in combination

with glass and porcelain; their transparency and lightness are visualised more expressively by backlighting and by lighting from below. Diffuse light from an LED luminous ceiling, combined with brilliant point lighting of the kind provided by LED spotlights, produces especially appealing lighting scenarios.

BMW MUSEUM, MUNICH (D) | LED lighting solution: although the exhibition spaces are underground, they are as bright as day. Even the large shining presentation cubes with outer walls made of glass are internally lit. This is made possible by innovative LED technology, which allows very shallow mounting depths.


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BMW MUSEUM, MUNICH (D) | Architects: Atelier Br端ckner, Stuttgart (D) | LED lighting solution: backlit glass panels with DMX multi-channel dimming control


TEMPURA

TEMPURA LED

An LED spotlight as flexible and versatile as a complete luminaire system TEMPURA combines several light sources in one spotlight, thus making it possible to adjust the colour temperature to suit various materials. One of six preset colour temperatures can be selected by pressing a control button, be dimmed from 100 % to 10 % or be controlled appropriately via an EMOTION touch panel using DALI signals. An extremely wide variety of RGB colour scenarios can be generated via the EMOTION touch panel or by DMX signals. TEMPURA’s IR- and UV-free light makes it the perfect tool for lighting delicate exhibits. In addition, diffuser lenses can be used to adjust the light distribution to suit various lighting situations. A built-in sensor ensures constant luminous flux and constant lighting quality throughout the luminaire’s service life.

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0.58 m 1,801 lx

0.88 m 800 lx

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A lighting solution with adjustable colour temperature enables exhibition designers to accentuate the personality of an art object emotionally and make people aware of contents and materials. Shop operators who use appropriate light colours to bring various lighting scenes associated with different times of day and different seasons into retail spaces have quite similar objectives. Eventful, lively lighting solutions also exploit the limitless RGB colour palette in order to use light colours to accentuate individual areas.

Colour temperatures from 2,700 to 6,500 K and any required colour within the colour triangle: TEMPURA copes effortlessly but very sensitively with an entire raft of functional lighting tasks. IR/UV-free light protects fragile exhibits. When not fitted with an attachment lens, the spotlight has uniform, tightly focused light distribution – 16° (diagram on left-hand page). Scattering discs which replace the clear protective glass panel in front of the honeycomb-shaped lenses widen the spotlight’s light distribution very evenly. Control via EMOTION touch panel: the dynamic interplay of colour and colour temperature is virtually limitless. Six honeycomb-shaped lenses focus and homogenise light from the LEDs. A sensor in the middle of the LED board continuously measures the luminous flux, colour temperature and light colour. As the LEDs’ illumination output decreases, luminous flux is automatically readjusted and the lumen package of the spotlight is stabilised for more than 50,000 hours of operation (large photo above). Stand-alone: soft keys for setting the colour temperature and brightness (10 – 100 %) are located on the underside of the TEMPURA gear box (small photo above).

Intermediate and cool light temperatures have a stimulating effect. People on the arts scene prefer to use this kind of light to illuminate contemporary works of art and installations. Works of art created by candlelight, on the other hand, look much more authentic in warm white light. This kind of light strikes a comforting note.

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SUPERSYSTEM LED spotlight

SUPERSYSTEM

Compact LED spotlight SUPERSYSTEM is a multifunctional lighting system made of aluminium in a natural anodised finish which makes it possible to implement complex lighting solutions in a minimalist architectural design setting. This extremely small, energy-efficient LED spotlight is suitable for accent lighting over relatively long distances. It can be used, for instance, to set sculptures, objects and fragile materials in museums and shops centre stage without damaging them. Colour temperatures of 3,200 K, 4,200 K and 5,500 K plus replaceable optics make it possible to adjust the colour temperature to suit the lighting task in hand. SUPERSYSTEM uses light from a T16 fluorescent lamp for ambient and wall lighting. Spotlights with conventional light sources can be installed in the system by using 3-phase track sections. SYSTEMLED Deco Basic modules can be dropped into an H-section in order to indirectly brighten up the ceiling using LEDs.

SUPERSYSTEM 3,200 K

5,500 K

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1m

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0.22 m 0.44 m 1,711 lx 428 lx

4,200 K

5,500 K

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Minimalist lighting heads do not distract from the essential: the architectural design or illuminated exhibits remain in the foreground. Precise accent lighting with a power consumption of just 2.5 W: oval outline lens and replaceable flood optic open up extra possibilities (top diagram). IR- and UV-free light illuminates fragile exhibits gently.


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T-MOBILE CENTER, VIENNA (A) | Architects: CD-Plan, Goldenstedt (D) | Lighting design: Vedder Lichtmanagement, Gröbming (A) | LED lighting solution: SUPERSYSTEM fi tted with small spotlights provides effective accents


H2O, HERFORD (D) | Architects: WÜrmann architects’ studio, Herford (D) | LED lighting solution: LED light lines were used to create an individually shaped uniform luminous ceiling.


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LEDs for Hospitality and Wellness Pamper treatment for guests and visitors

Coloured light Light and lighting scenarios play a crucial role when it comes to indulgence and relaxation. Owners of wellness oases, hotels and restaurants are well aware of this thanks to many years of experience, and scientific studies also confirm the outstanding properties of colour and dynamism. Modern LED lighting solutions combine this variability with a new level of performance

which weds extremely high quality with economic energy efficiency. The capabilities of LEDs are diverse enough to reflect the entire gamut of human emotions. With their wide spectrum of colours and colour temperatures, light emitting diodes are suitable for creating a feel-good atmosphere which encourages relaxation and invites guests to linger.

H2O, HERFORD (D) | Lighting solution: the appearance of the facility and guests’ sense of well-being both beneďŹ t from a LED lighting solution with dynamic colour control. In wellness areas, guests are invigorated by LED luminaires in colours matched to suit various massage treatments. ELI

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SCHRAMM’S RESTAURANT AU IN DER HALLERTAU (D) | Architects: Deppisch Architekten, Freising (D) | Lighting design: interior architects Eder Designer & Planer, Brunn am Gebirge (A) | LED lighting solution: CIELOS media luminaire, SYSTEMLED Deco light line, TEMPURA spotlight

SCHRAMM’S RESTAURANT AU IN DER HALLERTAU (D) | Lighting solution: this event restaurant welcomes guests with a new gastronomic concept in which innovative LED technology demonstrates its huge creative talent.


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FRANKFURT TRADE FAIR PRESS CENTRE (D) | Architect: Matteo Thun, studio thun, Milan (I) | LED lighting solution: SCONFINE CUBO in three different white light colours

Setting accents Coloured light, dynamic light and small lighting points are ideal tools for attracting guests’ and passer-bys’ attention. LED lighting solutions stand out from other solutions: this innovative technology hits all the right notes and changes its features as required. The technology has a similarly diverse range of applications.

LEDs are able, for example, to use light to full dramatic effect or subtly underscore a homely atmosphere. LEDs also have an economical plus point: efficiency and durability save operating costs and eliminate excessive maintenance work. They also give off less heat, thereby reducing expenditure on air conditioning.


PANOS BioMotion

PANOS BioMotion

Downlight with a delicate touch

The name PANOS stands for a professional, modular downlight product range that teams aspirational design with high levels of functionality. This wide variety of designs and lighting technologies provides an excellent design platform for innovative LED models. PANOS BioMotion is a living expression of the biological component of the Humanergy Balance philosophy. Mimicking the excellent model provided by mother nature, the downlight nurtures the human body clock by delivering 1,100 lumens of projected light as well as variable colour temperatures, light colours and lighting intensity levels. The downlight uses RGB technology supplemented by white LEDs to achieve a colour temperature of 2,700 K to 6,500 K with a colour rendition index Ra of 80. This makes it possible to use DALI signals from an EMOTION touch

panel to generate colour-changing lighting scenarios or a colour temperature spectrum which empathises with natural variations in daylight over the course of a day. PANOS BioMotion can therefore be used to produce refreshing lighting scenes in enclosed spaces such as bars and wellness areas or in communication and conference rooms. LED luminaires with a high luminous flux make heavy demands on appropriate thermal management. Zumtobel uses SynJet™ active cooling technology to meet these requirements. Page 55: Information on PANOS PureWhite

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MICROS Q80 LED

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Durable thanks to SynJetTM technology: a vibrating membrane or diaphragm creates air turbulence and expels warm air from the LED housing through cooling fi ns. This cools the circuit board reliably (photo, bottom left). PANOS BioMotion is an impressive luminaire in terms of quality and quantity of light alike: its mutability meets the human need for change to a large extent and in a LEDspecifi c, effi cient manner (photos above). PANOS BioMotion’s glare limitation (UGR < 19) means that it is also suitable for DSE workstations. Flexible colour temperatures allow easy accurate adjustment to suit the lighting task in hand. The comprehensive colour and colour-temperature dynamism of the PANOS BioMotion downlight provides an excellent platform for generating dynamic lighting scenarios using an EMOTION touch panel.

MICROS LED

Downlight for any situation

Small, practical and versatile: the very latest MICROS downlight range includes LED models as well as low-voltage halogen luminaires. Users reap all the benefits of the long service life of compact LED modules in decorative accent lighting applications in particular. Another plus: luminaires with a colour temperature of 3,000 K and 4,700 K offer the opportunity to make exactly the right choice for various surfaces and materials.

MICROS LED 3,000 K

4,700 K

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1m

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3,000 K

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1.25 m 71 lx

4,700 K

1.25 m 100 lx

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A service life of 25,000 hours or more lengthens maintenance intervals, thus cutting maintenance costs. Ideal for setting shining accents in corridors or circulation areas. No-tool installation using two mounting brackets.


SCONFINE SFERA 500 LED

SCONFINE SFERA 250 LED

SCONFINE SFERA

SCONFINE SFERA 170 LED

Floating elegance

Besides conventional light sources, advanced LED modules are also available for the SCONFINE SFERA luminaire product line. In the pendant luminaires, LEDs are impressive because of, in particular, their projected light and durability. The largest size model is 500 mm in diameter and includes extra features: its colour temperature can be selected by soft keys in six preset increments from 2,700 K to 6,500 K. Its 16° lighting cone can be widened to 25° or 40° by fitting diffuser lenses. The luminaire is also continuously adjustable over a range of 10 – 100 %. In the smaller models, LED modules provide pleasant LED lighting above counters and reception areas and in bars. Besides fulfilling its functional task, this floating sphere of light also underlines the ambience in a bar or lounge or exerts its impact as an interior design element as a luminaire cluster. Any point in the colour spectrum can be selected by using DALI control – this is available on request.

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0.67 m 294 lx

0.67 m 972 lx

3,400 K 4,000 K 3,000 K 4,900 K 2,700 K 6,500 K

Soft keys for adjusting brightness and temperature

SCONFINE SFERA 500 LED

Convenient operation on the actual luminaire itself: the upper soft key adjusts brightness from 10 % to 100 %, the lower soft key sets the colour temperature in six increments (photo on left). SCONFINE SFERA 500 LED: a selection of 6 colour temperatures allows easy adaptation to constantly changing lighting tasks. Long service life ensures long maintenance intervals and cuts maintenance costs. SCONFINE SFERA with a LED module uses projected light to set charming accents.


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SCONFINE CUBO 9/1.2 W LED

SCONFINE CUBO

Colour, dynamism and light

Innovative LED technology really comes into its own in a translucent, cube-shaped reflector made of PMMA with a diffuser-pearl optic – both as an individual luminaire with a 1.2 W LED or as a luminaire cluster. The module comprising 9 cubes displays a preset sequence of different coloured LED units with a dimming range from 5 to 100 %. The smooth colour changes produced by SCONFINE CUBO create a pleasant impression of room depth. The chrome-plated surface of the housing is a design element which is repeated throughout the SCONFINE luminaire range.

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SCONFINE’s basic chrome-plated housing is a striking design feature. The shapes of the modules comprising 9 cubes arranged seamlessly side by side create a fascinating lighting object. The cubes are each uniformly illuminated with 1.2 W per module and convey a feeling of depth. The dimming levels of the coloured LED cubes in the module which comprises 9 cubes run through predefi ned sequences from 5 to 100 %.


CIELOS Move

The video artist among luminous ceilings CIELOS brings a piece of the sky into a building. Innovative LED technology makes this modular luminaire a storyteller. It uses shapes and colours to provide inspiration and a sense of well-being. Its dynamic, coloured looks catch the eye and attract attention. Depending on the effects created, CIELOS Move can evoke a wide range of feelings and moods quickly and spectacularly or calmly and subtly. Its diffuser panel, which is made of high-quality frosted white glass, does not distort colours and keeps its good looks for ages. A special double diffuser optic ensures uniform illumination which stops individual lighting points from standing out. Besides wide-area colour control, each lighting point can be controlled individually. A special video controller (video control unit) is used to transfer images, image sequences, shapes and colour sequences to the CIELOS Move Video luminaire. Two sizes, 600 or 900 mm square, provide plenty of scope for creative design. This modular wide-area luminaire cuts a fine figure, not only on a ceiling, but also on a wall and as an architectural object â&#x20AC;&#x201C; one square at a time. The luminaireâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s built-in control gear means there is no need to factor in expenditure on additional components. This also makes installation just as easy as usual: fix, connect and close the luminaire.

CIELOS Move | Video art: Sigrun Appelt


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KAVA LED IP 20

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Preconfi gured video clusters make rapid use possible: packages consist of luminaires, video control unit (VCU) and pre-stored animations. The video control unit (VCU) individually controls every pixel of the CIELOS Move: 30 images per second produce smooth fl owing transitions. 12 × 12 or 18 × 18 pixels with RGB LEDs determine resolution and design possibilities. 50 mm pixel pitch is preserved, even when more luminaires are cascaded. The DALI version is wide-area controlled using DALI signals (3 DALI addresses). This makes it possible to add the intense colours of RGB LEDs to DALI-based lighting solutions.

Asymmetrical recessed wall luminaire

With its indirect light in various colours and hues of white, KAVA LED has an understated, restrained appearance. The light generated by the light emitting diodes is directed onto the ground by the asymmetrical reflector while the luminaire itself blends into the background. KAVA LED is an attractive solution for illuminating steps but can also be used for ambient lighting in pedestrian areas and corridors. Versions with IP 20 and IP 54 protection are also suitable for outdoor as well as indoor applications.

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The simplest way of achieving impressive accent lighting: corridor lighting using KAVA LED (photo above). Thin-wired cables can be connected quickly without any risk of polarity reversal thanks to insulation displacement connectors.

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DORNBIRN LIGHT FORUM (A) | Lighting solution: the AERO II Hybrid ofďŹ ce luminaire offers the right mix of cool LED light and pleasantly warm T16 indirect lighting to suit any discussion setting.


LEDs for OfďŹ ces and Communication Working and showcasing at the very highest level

Human biorhythms are preprogrammed to cope with change. Just like daylight, an artificial lighting solution can have a relaxing or stimulating effect at appropriate times. LED downlights, for example, with their wide spectrum of colour temperatures, are a perfect starting point for working in harmony with the human body clock.


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Zumtobel has come up with a unique hybrid concept in order to meet the very demanding requirements that are placed on lighting for workplaces. LEDs and conventional fluorescent lamps are harnessed to enhance performance and motivation in the form of the AERO II Hybrid luminaire. Zumtobelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tried-and-tested prismatic optic is used to ensure a high level of visual comfort with uniform, glare-free illumination of desks and visual display terminals. Discussions and conversations are helped along by a

pleasant atmosphere created by direct and indirect light. The colourfulness and dynamism of LEDs can be exploited in prestigious areas. When not in use, glazed conference rooms can be an eyecatching feature. Coloured lighting coves or lighting points set effective accents. As well as their qualitative advantages for office lighting, the efficiency of LEDs is also an important factor in this application area: LED downlights can be used to light corridors, for instance, very economically.

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DORNBIRN LIGHT FORUM (A) | Lighting solution: variable lighting scenes are a must in seminar rooms. AERO II Hybrid makes variable lighting scenes available with adjustable indirect and direct components in any required colour temperature; it does this extremely efďŹ ciently and provides excellent quality light for perfect visual comfort and optimal visual performance. ELI

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PANOS PureWhite

Pure, unadulterated LED innovation

This largest commercially available downlight product range is constantly being updated in line with the state of the art. PANOS LED PureWhite boasts high energy efficiency and low maintenance costs. In keeping with the “Install & Forget” concept, long maintenance intervals slash the cost of regular relamping. PANOS PureWhite delivers 1,000 lumens and is a more energy-efficient replacement for 26 W fluorescent lamps. If illuminance is the main priority, the 2,000 lumen version is clearly a better alternative. With twice the luminous flux, it achieves the same levels as 2/26 W or 1/32 W fluorescent lamps. A luminaire with such a high luminous flux places exacting requirements on thermal management. Zumtobel optimises the luminaire’s service life by using SynJet™ technology – an active cooling system that uses a moving diaphragm. Warm white and intermediate white versions of PANOS PureWhite provide an easy way of selecting a colour temperature to suit a particular lighting situation. Versions with a DALI interface allow the luminaire to be dimmed by using a bus signal.

PANOS PureWhite

PANOS PureWhite

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Durable thanks to SynJetTM technology: a vibrating membrane or diaphragm creates air turbulence and expels warm air from the LED housing through cooling fins. This cools the circuit board reliably. PANOS PureWhite’s glare limitation (UGR < 19) means that it is suitable for DSE workstations. Light which is free of heat and UV radiation prevents damage to fragile materials. An energy-efficient problem solver, ideal for areas that are difficult to access and where relamping would involve high maintenance costs.

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4,000 K

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AERO II HYBRID AERO II Hybrid

The best of two worlds

AERO II Hybrid marks a new chapter in the history of lighting technology. It is the first ever luminaire to interactively combine LEDs and fluorescent lamps. The interaction of high-power LEDs and a T16 lamp creates one of the most efficient indirect/direct luminaires ever. Highly efficient, cool light from the high-power LEDs is absolutely glare free and is directed onto the task area by the waveguide and MPO+. Indirect general lighting reaps the full benefit of the ergonomic qualities of the T16 fluorescent lamp: high luminance levels and warm light colours create a pleasant atmosphere. When teamed together, these two separately controllable light sources are unbeatable – both in terms of performance and energy efficiency.

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Special advantages ■ Brilliant waveguide technology optic and precision ground micro-prisms were specially developed for use in modern offices where flexible workstation layouts and a large variety of electronic media make huge demands on lighting and glare control (photo on left). ■ Cool colour temperatures are refreshing and warmer colour temperatures create a cosy, agreeable ambience:


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SLOTLIGHT II LED RGB

SLOTLIGHT II LED RGB

Light line

SLOTLIGHT is the light line for shaping and dividing up spaces and architecture. Thanks to its understated design, this luminaire is capable of shaping and lighting rooms using a conventional fluorescent lamp. SLOTLIGHT with RGB LEDs can now zone rooms with colour, evoke emotions and create an identity – in the same form and format as its parent luminaire does using T16 lamps. Built-in DALI controllers make it possible to control both types of lamps via a single system. This is accomplished without having to order extra equipment. Dynamic colour changes can be generated or colours can be adjusted to suit particular uses or times of day by using a control system such as LUXMATE Emotion.

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any required lighting scene can be produced by cleverly combining LEDs and T16 lamps. Both colour temperature and light distribution are variable because the luminaire has its own control gear for LEDs and T16 lamps. Intelligent lighting management systems can adjust the light perfectly to suit particular activities and the amount of incident daylight (see illustration above).

Dynamically coloured light in uniformly illuminated lines supplements the minimalist T16 light line. Extremely convenient operation and control, e.g. using an EMOTION touch panel.


The PURESIGN escape sign luminaire is a straight-line cube with a thin 3 mm frame and is totally in tune with modern architecture


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Emergency lighting The ideal sphere of action for durable LED power packages

LED technology is gaining widespread acceptance in the field of emergency lighting in particular because durability plays such a crucial role in safety. Many escape sign and emergency luminaires are in use round the clock, and conventional fluorescent lamps therefore have to be replaced annually. By using luminaires equipped with LEDs and efficient thermal management, Zumtobel has extended the service life of luminaires beyond 50,000 hours. A second crucial argument in favour of using LEDs for emergency lighting is their compact size. The minimal space required by the light source lays the foundation for pared-down, less bulky luminaires which discreetly blend into the architecture.

Tiny and very efficient: just a small number of inconspicuous RESCLITE emergency luminaires are enough to provide orientation and ensure safety in the event of an emergency.

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The ARTSIGN escape sign luminaireâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s appearance and durability are enhanced by high-grade aluminium

Escape sign luminaires The small form factor of LEDs paves the way for less bulky, visually unobtrusive escape sign luminaires. In terms of energy use, LEDs are attractive given their low power consumption and high light output ratios. Zumtobel builds on these capabilities by bringing innovative lighting technology into play in order to illuminate escape signs uniformly with luminance levels in conformity with relevant standards. Teamed with high-performance thermal management, long-lived LEDs guarantee total freedom from maintenance.

Another Zumtobel highlight: a maintenance function in all ONLITE LED luminaires automatically compensates for decreases in the luminous flux of LEDs as they age. This means that LEDs can initially be operated at a 70 % dimming level. This level is continuously increased to 100 % over the burn life of the LED. This has a major advantage â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the luminance level of the escape sign luminaire remains constant throughout its entire service life and, at the same time, the LED luminaireâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s service life is extended.


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Emergency lighting Besides their durability and compact size, the above-average efficiency of LEDs is another important factor. In the case of emergency lighting, LEDs are not only capable of helping cut energy consumption, they also help to make sure that the entire system does not get bloated. LED luminaires with lower installed loads are happy with relatively small power supply systems and smaller sized circuits. Scaled-down installations such as these operate in a more environmentally friendly manner and use resources more frugally. Zumtobelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s specially developed

emergency lighting optics are yet another step on the road towards above-average efficiency in emergency lighting. This way, a smaller number of luminaires can ensure the required level of safety. Separately installed emergency systems are also freed from dependence on general lighting. This independence and compact size also provide wider scope in terms of design. LED emergency luminaires stay discreetly in the background and the general lighting concept can be developed without having to pay much attention to emergency lighting.

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Transparent acrylic glass and versatile mounting options make the COMSIGN II escape sign luminaire a real allrounder. A specially shaped circuit board enables the LED luminaire to produce uniform luminance levels.


RESCLITE

A new era in emergency lighting

Using a power LED and three sophisticated optics, RESCLITE ushers in a new era of emergency lighting. Thanks to maximum efficiency and perfect light distribution, a small number of luminaires is enough to provide emergency lighting in conformity with relevant standards. And yet the powerful LED package requires a minimum of energy. The luminaireâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s installed load is only 5 W, in non-maintained mode even as low as 1.5 W. Correspondingly, only small-scale supply and cable systems are necessary.

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RESCLITE escape

RESCLITE antipanic

RESCLITE spot


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RESCLITE escape Escape route lighting

RESCLITE antipanic Spatial orientation

RESCLITE spot Lighting of emergency equipment

EN 1838 specifies a minimum illuminance of 1 lux for escape routes. RESCLITE escape uses a special combination of lens and reflector to focus this light onto a long, narrow strip. Its range – and hence the maximum spacing between two luminaires – is up to 23 m. High-grade lighting technology controls glare and ensures optimal visual conditions, even during emergency operation. These features make RESCLITE escape an escape-route lighting specialist for rooms which have ceilings that are 2.2 to 7 m high.

According to EN 1838, 0.5 lux is required in order to prevent panic in emergency situations. RESCLITE anti-panic’s wide-angle, rotationally symmetrical light beam illuminates very large surface areas uniformly. In fact, a single luminaire is capable of lighting a 170 m² area in conformity with relevant standards and making escape routes and obstacles visible.

EN 1838 states that special attention must be paid to first aid and fire fighting equipment, call stations not located on escape routes and antipanic lighting. Such facilities must be lit with at least 5 lux – measured on the floor. RESCLITE spot meets these requirements with a high level of safety and low energy consumption. This LED spotlight is therefore used where higher emergency lighting levels are required. This includes potential danger points and safety equipment.

Maximum luminaire spacing: up to 23 m > 1 lx

Maximum room illumination: up to 170 m² > 0.5 lx

Maximum equipment illumination: Ø up to 3 m > 5 lx

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Fewer luminaires are needed because of their excellent performance. Intelligent thermal management with large-area cooling fins drops the temperature inside luminaire housing down to ambient temperature. Batteries and LEDs like these ideal operating conditions and return the favour by achieving an extremely long service life (photo on left). Despite its compact design, every RESCLITE emergency luminaire boasts typical Zumtobel convenient touches such as standard installation terminals for through-wiring and no-tool battery replacement.

Installation and mounting require no tool whatsoever – neither for mains connection nor strain relief. The LED spotlight is fixed in the ceiling by two mounting brackets. Every RESCLITE luminaire is available as a separate-battery, group-battery or centrally powered version. RESCLITE is revolutionising emergency lighting design. Spacings can be read off in a simple table on the basis of room height, without any photometric calculations, directly on site. Zumtobel supplies a practical design tool with a dial for this purpose (photo on right).


PURESIGN

Extra slim and durable

A special 3 mm thick aluminium frame, a shallow mounting height and a recognition range of 30 m are among slim-line PURESIGN’s external features. The interior of the escape sign luminaire packs the very latest LED and lighting technology. In the case of the luminaire for surface mounting on walls, an additional LED spot directed towards the escape route increases the visibility of escape doors. Various mounting options are further evidence of its widely varied applications.

PURESIGN

Constant luminance The luminous flux of LEDs diminishes over their service life. This is why all Zumtobel ONLITE LED luminaires have a maintenance function. This means that LEDs are initially operated at a 70 % dimming level. This level is gradually increased to 100 %. This guarantees an average luminance level in excess of 200 cd/m² over the LED’s entire service life. Simple installation Useful features simplify electrical installers’ dayto-day work: PURESIGN escape sign luminaires are installed without the use of any tool and no accessories are needed in order to replace batteries either. When working on the luminaire, the pictograph is attached to a practical suspension device. The five clearly marked standard installation terminals for through-wiring (5 × 2.5 mm²) have also been thoroughly field-tested. Power supply options Every ONLITE luminaire is available as a self-contained, group-battery or centrally powered version. Zumtobel general-purpose luminaires can also be used as emergency luminaires. They are factory fitted with an emergency lighting unit for this purpose.

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For the most uniform possible backlighting: laterally arranged LEDs inject light into a circuit board which has been specially laser etched (photo on left). Proof of effective lighting technology: luminance measurements reveal very high uniformity at an average luminance level of 250 cd/m². The escape sign luminaire is therefore visible from afar and rounds out the aesthetic appearance. Wall-mounted luminaire with LED spot: lighting the escape route and pointing people in the right direction, the PURESIGN wallmounted luminaire with a separate LED spot is the only escape sign luminaire that can do this. Illuminance of up to 7 lux renders an additional emergency luminaire in the vicinity of the door superfluous.


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A few items from Zumtobelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s LED escape sign luminaire range

ARTSIGN

A design sensation in its own right

COMSIGN II

Light, transparent and durable

PROOFSIGN

An escape sign luminaire for harsh environmental conditions

FREESIGN 300

High-performance LED lighting technology in large-scale format

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Human Aspects + Energy Efficiency = Humanergy Balance LED lighting solutions are already a good alternative to conventional light sources when it comes to implementing lighting solutions that strike a balance between lighting quality and energy efficiency.

LEDs for Presentation and Retail

LED solution

Light evokes emotions

Hybrid solution

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Merchandise illuminated by lowvoltage spotlights (4 × 100 W) T16 cove lighting (6 × 35 W) HIT downlights for cash point (2 × 70 W) No lighting control

Lighting quality ■ Brilliant light for optimum identification of merchandise ■ Uniform ambient lighting for a pleasant room atmosphere Energy efficiency High luminous efficiency in case of HIT technology

ELI

■ ■

30

60

0

90 D

C

Hybrid solution ■

B

60

0 D

LENI

A

E

30

90

Standard solution

Energy efficiency LENI

B

60

C

Standard solution

LENI

A

E

0

Lighting quality ELI

LEDs encourage interaction between customers and goods on offer. They are an efficient light source and accomplish this by making merchandise the centre of attention and picking out appealing details. Changes in brightness allow sensory perception at different hierarchical levels and help customers to find their way around. Dynamic lighting changes transform shopping into an experience by evoking emotions and providing attractive eye-catching focal points of interest. LED light catches the eye and is capable of fostering a pleasant atmosphere – so that customers linger longer and buy more. Light which adapts itself to particular times of day or seasons can conjure up wonderfully relaxing moments.

90

C

LED solution

TEMPURA LED spotlights used to illuminate merchandise (4 × 44 W) LED cove lighting (6 × 14 W) HIT downlights for cash point (2 × 70 W) Choice of lighting scenes using Circle control point via DIMLITE lighting control

Lighting quality For optimal visual performance: colour temperature can be adjusted to suit various materials ■ For optimum presentation of merchandise: spotlights can be aligned on products flexibly

Merchandise is highlighted by LEDs fitted into furniture (20 × 2.5 W) Colour-changing RGB LED cove (6 × 18 W) 2LIGHT LED for cash point (4 × 18 W) Dynamic lighting management using LUXMATE Emotion

Lighting quality ■ More clearly structured range of goods creates an uncluttered look ■ Accent lighting shows details to full effect ■ Light sources are concealed, shop design is made clearer ■ Dynamic colour change enhances attractiveness and evokes emotions, aids recognition, identity and individuality

Energy efficiency Targeted, point lighting reduces the installed load ■ Dynamic lighting control cuts energy consumption ■

Energy efficiency ■ Closeness to merchandise reduces energy requirements ■ Separate, dynamic control of all lighting components cuts energy consumption

Analysis based on following parameters: boutique measuring 4 × 5 m, open 8 hours, 6 days a week

ELI

Ergonomic Lighting Indicator

Lighting quality assessed on the basis of five criteria: A Visual performance B Vista C Visual comfort D Vitality E Empowerment

LENI

Lighting Energy Numeric Indicator

Energy consumption in kWh per annum and per square metre, based on EN 15193.


HUMANERGY BALANCE LIGHTING DESIGN

LEDs for Art and Culture

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LED solution

Focussing on details Hybrid solution

Lighting quality ELI

Targeted accent lighting emphasises details and helps get information across visually. Its light structures and shapes the space and architecture, emphasises proportions and helps people find their way around. Various types of lighting, colour temperatures and variable light all make their contribution towards implementing specific exhibition concepts. Small, efficient light sources use resources sparingly. Long maintenance intervals offer additional potential savings. UV- and IR-free light is gentle on fragile exhibits.

Standard solution

Energy efficiency LENI

ELI

LENI

A

E

30

D

Standard solution

30

90

0

Conventional halogen spotlights (8 × 75 W) No lighting control

D

Lighting quality ■ Highly brilliant colours ■ Purposefully directed light ■ Combination of ambient and display lighting ■ Good visual performance and high level of visual comfort Energy efficiency Meets requirements regarding efficient lighting

Relatively small number of TEMPURA LED spotlights for display lighting (2 × 44 W) Ambient lighting with CIELOS luminous ceiling (6 × 8 × 21 W T16 in 3,000 and 6,500 Kelvin light colours) Dynamic lighting management using LUXMATE Emotion

Lighting quality For greater empowerment: colour temperature and light colour (RGB) adjusted to suit materials ■ IR- and UV-free light from spotlights ■ Improves visual performance: light distribution adjusted by diffuser lenses ■ For greater vitality: light is purposefully modified in order to heighten level of attention and convey information more effectively ■

Energy efficiency Structuring of lighting results in targeted use and reduces the installed load ■ Dynamic lighting control cuts energy consumption

B

30

60

60

0

90 D

C

Hybrid solution ■

LENI

A

E

B

60

C

ELI

LENI

A

E

0

ELI

B

90

C

LED solution ■

Display lighting using SUPERSYSTEM spots (6 × 2.5 W accent) and TEMPURA LEDspotlights (2 × 44 W) Ambient lighting with indirect ceiling brightening using SYSTEMLED (92.8 W), fitted in SUPERSYSTEM H-section Dynamic lighting management using LUXMATE Emotion

Lighting quality ■ Improves flexibility: multifunctional system for complex lighting tasks ■ More structured exhibition space thanks to accent lighting ■ Inspiring look: interplay between point lighting and directional lighting creates different hierarchical levels of perception ■ Gentle lighting ■ Heightens vitality and empowerment, enhances appearance: replaceable optics and colour temperature are used to adjust lighting to suit exhibition

Energy efficiency ■ LED SUPERSPOTS consume little power ■ Dynamic lighting control cuts energy consumption

Analysis based on following parameters: exhibition space measuring 8 × 6 m, in use 8 hours a day, 250 days a year


Human Aspects + Energy Efficiency = Humanergy Balance LED lighting solutions are already a good alternative to conventional light sources when it comes to implementing lighting solutions that strike a balance between lighting quality and energy efficiency.

LEDs for Hospitality and Wellness

Vividly remembered LED solution

Lighting quality ELI

Lighting solutions that leave guests with fond memories are characterised by high levels of convenience and delightful lighting ambiences. LED lighting scenes inspire a sense of well-being, and carefully staged architecture addresses all the senses. Because of LEDs’ small form factors and long service lives, LED light is used in public areas in order to enliven events and foster communication. Even warm white LED light is extraordinary and unmistakable. Dynamically staged LED solutions are especially atmospheric.

Hybrid solution

Standard solution

Energy efficiency LENI

ELI

LENI

A

E

30

D

30

90

Halogen downlights used to illuminate entrance area (3 × 75 W) Manually controllable free-standing luminaire for room lighting (1 × 150 W) Surface-mounted wall luminaires for bedtime reading (2 × 40 W) No lighting control

■ ■

Lighting quality Bright, pleasant room atmosphere

Energy efficiency Less energy is consumed because individual luminaires are used for less time

30

0

90 D

C

Hybrid solution ■

B

60

0 D

LENI

A

E

B

60

C

Standard solution

ELI

LENI

A

E

0

ELI

B

LED downlights used to illuminate entrance area (3 × 40 W) Continuous light line, from entrance to deep inside the room (3 × 35 W) Manually operated reading lights (2 × 20 W) LED lighting for minibar (1 × 2.5 W) ZBOX Plug & Play package for hotel room, including controller and Circle control points

Lighting quality Clear shapes, straight-line architectural appearance ■ Various lighting scenes are freely available to guests so that they can adapt room atmosphere to suit what they are doing at particular times ■ Programmed lighting scenes can be selected at the press of a button ■

Energy efficiency ■ Economical ambient lighting in entrance area ■ Possibility of dimming paves the way to purposeful use of luminaires ■ Saving energy through convenience: every luminaire can be switched on and off from any control point, a central off switch disconnects all luminaires from the power supply

Analysis based on following parameters: hotel room measuring 4 × 5 m, in use 4 hours a day, 7 days a week

60

90

C

LED solution ■

■ ■ ■

LED downlights used to illuminate entrance area (3 × 40 W) Indirect room lighting using LED light lines, behind TV as well as bed (2 × 14 W) LED reading lights (2 × 2.5 W) LED lighting for minibar (1 × 2.5 W) ZBOX Plug & Play package for hotel room, including controller and Circle control points

Lighting quality ■ Flexible, individual lighting design ■ Indirect light creates a bright, pleasant room atmosphere ■ Various lighting scenes are freely available to guests so that they can adapt room atmosphere to suit what they are doing at particular times ■ Programmed lighting scenes can be selected at the press of a button Energy efficiency ■ Small, economical light sources produce atmospheric lighting ■ Possibility of dimming paves the way to purposeful use of luminaires ■ Saving energy through convenience: every luminaire can be switched on and off from any control point, a central off switch disconnects all luminaires from the power supply


HUMANERGY BALANCE LIGHTING DESIGN

LEDs for Offices and Communication Added value through individuality

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Flexibility in terms of light colour and colour temperature provides the ideal basis for adapting the lighting to suit particular activities. Changes in brightness stimulate, aid concentration and promote a sense of well-being. Dynamic lighting sequences are people-friendly and provide a variety of stimuli. Efficient light sources are the starting point for using resources prudently.

Lighting quality ELI

LED solution Hybrid solution

Standard solution

Energy efficiency LENI

ELI

LENI

Standard solution ■

Task lighting using AERO direct/ indirect pendant luminaire (2 × 54 W) Ambient lighting in room by downlight with compact fluorescent lamps (6 × 42 W) Walls are accentuated by low-voltage downlights (3 × 75 W) Individually switchable luminaire groups

Lighting quality Appropriate lighting is provided for various activities ■ Waveguide technology guarantees excellent glare control ■

Energy efficiency Meets requirements regarding efficient lighting

ELI

Hybrid solution ■

Task lighting using AERO II T16 direct/ indirect pendant luminaire (2 × 54 W) Reduced number of downlights for ambient lighting (2 × 42 W) Additional wallwasher for wall brightening (2 × 28 W) Walls are accentuated by 2LIGHT RGB MDL (3 × 20 W) Choice of lighting scenes using Circle control point via DIMLITE light control

Lighting quality Waveguide technology guarantees excellent glare control ■ Various lighting scenes are available to suit different activities ■

Energy efficiency Structuring of lighting results in targeted use and reduces the installed load ■ Dynamic lighting control cuts energy consumption ■

ELI

LENI

LENI

LED solution ■

Task lighting using AERO II Hybrid direct/indirect pendant luminaire (2 × 28 W, 2 × 24 W) Ambient lighting using PANOS PureWhite (1 × 40 W) SYSTEMLED flood light line for wall brightening (4 × 14.3 W) Walls are accentuated by 2LIGHT RGB (3 × 20 W) Dynamic lighting management using LUXMATE Emotion

Lighting quality ■ Waveguide technology guarantees excellent glare control ■ Colour temperature can be adjusted to suit the relevant lighting situation ■ The various lighting scenes also vary in terms of light colour (RGB) ■ Cool colour temperatures provide additional stimulation Energy efficiency ■ High-output combination of high-power LEDs and T16 fluorescent lamps ensures optimal, efficient workplace lighting ■ Separate, dynamic control of all lighting components cuts energy consumption

Analysis based on following parameters: prestigious office with conference corner measuring 4 × 5 m, in use 11 hours a day, 250 days a year


Typical lighting solutions and LED product categories

APPLICATION

LIGHTING SCENES

Orientation

Lighting outlets in the floor play a secondary role to architecture and guide people through a building

Recessed wall luminaires deliver illuminance in conformity with standards directly onto steps in order to make sure that steps can be ascended safely

Bollard luminaires allow zoning away from walls and improve safety on circulation routes

Light lines guide people through a building and underscore its architecture

Facade design

Light projected onto vertical surfaces grabs attention and emphasises a buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s architecture

Narrow-beam cones of light emphasise the axes of a building or set architectural accents

Lavishly backlit glass facades heighten perception and send a message to onlookers

Light lines emphasise the contours of a building

Gentle display lighting

Minimalist lighting heads with narrowbeam cones of light set accents but are themselves inconspicuous

IR/UV-free light from LED spotlights is gentle on objects and assists general lighting

Discreet LED lighting systems for showcases require little space and have an aboveaverage service life

LED luminaires can be placed close to an object and provide gentle lighting

Wide-area illumination and backlighting

A large light wall opens up rooms and gives an impression of spatial depth with a friendly lighting atmosphere

Lavishly backlit walls help dissolve spatial boundaries and heighten perception

Illuminated surfaces can change colour and adapt themselves to changing design concepts

Sweeping LED light lines allow uniform illumination of vertical surfaces

Accent lighting

Upward light beams generate dramatic effects

Accent lighting underscores a homely atmosphere: white and RGB light can be varied depending on the luminaire chosen

Low slung pendant luminaires produce understated atmospheric light, lighting points on the wall and ďŹ&#x201A; oor put people at ease

Cove lighting accentuates spatial boundaries and zones

Atmospheric special-effect lighting

Illuminated surfaces can change colour and adapt themselves to changing design concepts

Coloured LED luminaires encourage onlookers to look

Stimulating lighting

Colour-changing cones of light on the wall provide a lively atmosphere and can lift the mood

RGB/W ambient lighting mimics changes in natural daylight and has an impact on human circadian rhythms

Separately switchable and controllable luminaires brighten up ceilings and use direct and indirect light to set various moods

General lighting

Entire systems with a long service life and high light output ensure sustainable use of LEDs to deliver general lighting

LED luminaires are problem-solvers in hard to access areas thanks to their long service life and extended maintenance intervals

IR/UV-free light is gentle on fragile materials and surfaces

Office and task lighting

Prismatic optics ensure uniform, glare-free task lighting and offer high levels of visual comfort

LED downlights are suitable for providing task lighting in conformity with relevant standards and for lighting circulation areas

Discussions go more smoothly with uniform, glare-free lighting. Recessed wall luminaires are an ideal addition in coves

Emergency and safety lighting

Escape sign luminaires allow easy orientation and guide people out of a building in an emergency

Dimmable escape sign luminaires prevent distracting effects in dark spaces

Different light distribution characteristics allow perfect adaptation to the task in hand and hence result in excellent visual efficiency

Recessed LED luminaires installed close to the ground provide orientation in emergencies


L I G H T I N G S O L U T I O N S A N D P R O D U C T C AT E G O R I E S

PRODUCTS

ORILED

LEDOS

KAVA LED

PASO II

CIELOS Move

SYSTEMLED FLOOD

SYSTEMLED

PASO II DECO

SUPERSYSTEM

TEMPURA

VIVO LED

SYSTEMLED

SYSTEMLED Flood

SCONFINE CUBO

CIELOS Move

SYSTEMLED Deco Basic

PHAOS LINE

MICROS LED

2LIGHT MINI PureWhite

PANOS S LED

PANOS PureWhite

CRAYON

SCONFINE CUBO

PASO II

SCONFINE SFERA

TEMPURA

2LIGHT MINI RGB/W

LEDOS

2LIGHT MINI RGB/W

CIELOS Move

SLOTLIGHT II

SYSTEMLED

PHAOS LINE

SCONFINE SFERA

PANOS BioMotion

TEMPURA

AERO II Hybrid

SYSTEMLED Flood

LEDOS

PASO II RGB

2LIGHT MINI RGB/W

PANOS BioMotion

PANOS PureWhite

AERO II Hybrid

TEMPURA

VIVO LED

CRAYON

ECOSIGN

ORILED

AERO II Hybrid

RESCLITE

2LIGHT MINI PureWhite

2LIGHT MINI PureWhite

ARTSIGN

PANOS PureWhite

CRAYON

PURESIGN

COMSIGN II

Hinweis für Österreich und CEE-Länder: Hier ist das CRAYON Downlight nicht erhältlich.

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What is an LED? Features of the Light Emitting Diode

LED ENCYCLOPAEDIA

Types of LED

(1) SMD LEDs Surface Mounted Device LEDs are bonded onto the surface of the printed circuit board and are contacted in the solder bath. The linear LED board in KAVA LED, for example, is equipped with LEDs featuring SMD design.

(2) Chip-on-Board LEDs After the LED chip is bonded directly onto the board and is contacted via the “bond wires”, a bonded epoxy lens, the so-called “bubble”, defines light distribution. According to the design of the bubble, a COB LED can have extremely narrow-beam or extremely wide-angle distribution.

Wire bond

Bubble

LED chip

Printed circuit board

(3) High current LED As part of the continuous development of LEDs for lighting industry purposes, focus is being increasingly shifted from decorative lighting applications to functional lighting. To achieve this the LED chip must become significantly larger and in order to achieve full output, power supply is not the 10–30 mA as with small chips, but 350 to over 700 mA. This demands a completely new LED design. High current LEDs are integrated within a heat sink that is able to take up the heat from the chip very effi ciently and transfer it directly to a larger cooling surface.

Chip-on-Board LEDs: the design of the bubble defines the light distribution

Luminous flux vs. illumination output of a complete system

Luminous flux per unit of energy, expressed as lumens/watt is a very important parameter when comparing the efficiencies of lamps. Luminaires must be based on a level comparison.

This is demonstrated by taking the example of downlights with fluorescent lamps and downlights with LEDs. Although LEDs do not yet measure up to fluorescent lamps when luminous flux levels are directly compared, this is often not the case when the entire system is considered. Because they have a different beam pattern, LEDs radiate most of their light in one direction. In contrast, fluorescent lamps have a 360° beam pattern. Efficiency losses in the reflector reduce the usable luminous flux significantly. This is why one must always com-

pare the light actually projected by luminaires, i. e. their luminous flux after taking into account efficiency losses.


LED ENCYCLOPAEDIA

White LED light Various processes for producing white light

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Zumtobel uses various technologies in luminaires in order to produce the best possible white light for its customers, depending on the application area in question. The most common process uses the principle of luminescence conversion. A fluorescent layer similar to that found in a fluorescent lamp is incorporated above a blue LED chip, so that part of the light band is converted into white light.

Depending on the composition of the conversion substance, colour temperature ranges from warm to cool white. The major advantages of this process include relatively high luminous flux levels and often very good colour rendition (Ra > 90).

Yellow fluorescent layer with conversion substances Blue LED chip

LED chip

Printed circuit board Luminescence conversion: conversion substances in fluorescent layer define the colour temperature

White light can also be created by mixing coloured light. This process has the advantage that colour temperature can be varied with one lighting point and coloured light can be produced as well as white light. It has the drawback of relatively limited colour rendition. There are also other technologies which produce variable-temperature white light with high colour rendition by mixing various LEDs (e. g. RGB plus white).

RGB primary colour triangle with the three colour locations of lamps Planckian curve with various colour temperatures

3,000 K 4,000 K 6,000 K 8,000 K

2,700 K

CIE 1931 chromaticity diagram


What can LEDs do? Capabilities and limitations at a glance

LED ENCYCLOPAEDIA

Benefits of LED technology

Long service life Depending on design, LEDs achieve a service life of up to 50,000 hours or more. This translates into long maintenance intervals, but only if efficient thermal management is ensured (this is a distinctive feature of good product design). The boards of highoutput LEDs become very hot. This is why Zumtobel uses active cooling systems that employ fans or membrane cooling. Low energy consumption In the context of the CO2 debate, energy efficiency is becoming increasingly important. The luminous flux per watt of today’s LED generation is well above that of low-voltage halogen luminaires and they can be regarded as replacements for fluorescent lamps when overall system efficiency is taken into account. Depending on colour temperature, modern LEDs achieve figures of 40 to 80 lm/W.

Limitations of LED technology

LEDs are not at ease with high ambient temperatures. If LEDs are used under such conditions (in saunas for example), luminous flux and service life are negatively affected.

Gentle light LEDs do not produce IR and UV radiation. Heat is produced on the printed circuit board but it is not radiated in the direction of the object that is to be illuminated. This makes it possible to illuminate fragile, precious items in museums or shops gently and impressively. Coloured and colour-changing light LEDs create light directly in various colours by using different semiconductor materials. Unlike conventional light sources, there is no need to use colour filters which cause considerable losses. Coloured LEDs can be combined with intelligent controllers in order to produce mixed colours and colour-changing sequences.

The boards of high-output LEDs become very hot. In order to ensure a long LED luminaire service life, the board must be efficiently cooled and this is why, despite the fact that they have extremely small light sources, LED luminaires often have relatively large heat sinks.

Control of LEDs LEDs are semiconductor devices that can be efficiently dimmed or dynamically controlled. LEDs can be incorporated into a lighting design by using standard bus signals such as DALI, DMX or 1 – 10 V and appropriate control gear on a stand-alone basis or as part of a comprehensive lighting concept. Other LED benefits: Saturated colours ■ Optimal operation at low temperatures ■ Unaffected by vibration and impact ■ Compact design ■


LED ENCYCLOPAEDIA

Benefits of LED technology compared to low-voltage halogen and fluorescent lamps

LED Guide Detailed technical information

Compared to low-voltage halogen lamps, one of the main advantages is IR/UV-free light and the resulting absence of heat radiation. Small semiconductor light sources can exploit this advantage to the full in applications involving materials that are sensitive to IR or UV. Another advantage is the fact that cool LED light makes it possible to use plastic lenses. This means that light can be precisely directed in a way which is virtually impossible when using conventional reflector technology. In the context of the CO2 debate, energy efficiency is becoming increasingly important. The luminous flux per watt of today’s LED generation is well above that of low-voltage halogen luminaires, depending on colour temperature, modern LEDs achieve a figure of 40 to 80 lm/W. Because LED luminaires, depending on the type of LED, have a service life of 50,000 hours or more, maintenance costs are correspondingly low.

Zumtobel has collected detailed design, mounting and installation information for LED luminaires in a special LED Guide. This practical reference guide is available as a hardcopy brochure or as a download. The PDF file is available at www.zumtobel.com/downloads

Advantages compared to compact fluorescent lamps are somewhat less. When comparing luminous flux levels, the entire system – comprising lamp/LED and luminaire – must always be considered. Because of the amount of light they project, LEDs can often favourably withstand comparison to fluorescent lamps. Special applications also need to be considered. Besides conservational lighting and long maintenance intervals, the main benefit of LEDs is projected light. Lens optics allow optimal light direction onto the target area, allowing the output to be much more efficiently implemented. In addition, cove lighting in dynamic colours with space saving RGB LED solutions, for example, can be created more and energy efficiently.

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LED quality characteristics and LED controls at a glance

LED ENCYCLOPAEDIA

Quality characteristics of LED luminaires

The quality of LED luminaires is reflected in uniform, standardised light colours and lighting intensity levels and the service life of the complete system. In this respect binning and thermal management are important concepts. Binning There are slight variations in various LED characteristics, e. g. intensity or colour, within a single production batch of LEDs. Using all the LEDs in a batch in the same luminaire would inevitably result in different brightness levels and light colours within a single luminaire.

Selecting a specific LED binning group guarantees constant lighting quality. This results in all LED luminaires, which are fitted with LEDs with the same LED binning, having an identical appearance.

The term “binning” denotes the grading of LEDs in accordance with specific criteria such as: • Luminous flux measured in lumens (lm) • Colour temperature measured in Kelvin (K) • Forward voltage measured in volts

Example of binning: Grading by colour temperature

bin 1: 2,800 K bin 2: 3,200 K bin 3: 4,500 K bin 4: 6,500 K

Thermal management LED manufacturers always specify a maximum operating temperature for their LEDs at which the luminous flux and service life stated in their data sheets are achieved. This temperature is referred to as the “junction temperature”. There are various thermal resistances in an LED luminaire, starting with the LED circuit board right through to the luminaire housing. LEDs with a high luminous flux usually develop more heat which must be dissipated via the luminaire housing.

Thermal management taking the example of the TEMPURA spotlight Heat generated by the LED is conducted in the LED chip to the metal core (1)

3

2

1

The next thermal resistance is located between the LED chip and the LED circuit board at this junction. As much heat as possible must be removed from the LED chip (2) Heat is dissipated from the luminaire into the external environment via a heat sink or the luminaire housing. Efficient thermal management of the entire system is a crucial pre-requisite for achieving predicable performance and a long luminaire service life (3)


LED ENCYCLOPAEDIA

EMOTION Touch Control using DALI signals

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The EMOTION touch panel is a control and operating unit in one. It is a self-explanatory unit for local lighting management systems and handles the control of several components to perfectly co-ordinate lighting scenes â&#x20AC;&#x201C; at the touch of a finger, without any programming knowledge or control skills. It is also a valuable tool for saving energy thanks to its ability to direct dynamic lighting sequences and exploit daylight. Its main application areas are offices, training and conference rooms, doctorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; surgeries, wellness areas, bank branches and shops. Because of its user interfaces, some of which are specially adapted for LED applications, the EMOTION touch panel is the perfect tool for implementing impressive DALI-based lighting solutions.

Selecting colours is as easy as finger painting: simply touch one of the predefined colour fields and RGB LED luminaires change their light colour. The result is immediately visible.

The EMOTION touch panel is suitable for obtaining striking, fast colour changes (e. g. in retail) as well as smooth dynamic lighting changes to boost motivation during a day at the office.

On another selection page, the user has the option of selecting any required colour within the colour triangle or calling up any colour by means of its x/y co-ordinates, thus defining the light colours produced by RGB luminaires.

Colour temperature can be specified in two ways for TEMPURA and PANOS BioMotion: either enter the specific Kelvin value or click one of the predefined colour fields. Luminaires immediately produce the desired colour temperature.


LED control units Overview of more options

LED ENCYCLOPAEDIA

Video Control Unit Many pixels, all the action

The Video Control Unit (VCU) can control up to 1,800 individual RGB pixels. This means that large surface areas comprising many LED pixels can not only be switched on and off or dimmed; every pixel can be individually controlled by changing its colour and intensity. The video-compatible CIELOS Move media luminaire uses this control unit and is therefore capable of reproducing images and videos in product-specific resolutions as well as colours and colour transitions. Image transitions are smooth thanks to a refresh rate of 30 images per second. Image sequences are stored in the system.

This means the VCU is independent of other system units and there is no danger of data loss in the event of a power failure. The VCU can also be controlled via ArtNet DMX packages. Several self-synchronising VCUs in a self-contained network are usually linked up for large areas comprising more than 2 Ă&#x2014; 900 pixels, which is equivalent to 12 CIELOS Move 600 or 4 CIELOS Move 900. This makes it possible to create dynamic colours and images both for smaller applications using individual CIELOS Move modules or large customised surfaces.

Control unit for scene changes

Master video control unit (VCU) for controlling CIELOS Move VC and synchronising other (slave) VCUs.

Video-compatible CIELOS media luminaire


LED ENCYCLOPAEDIA

DMX for rapid lighting changes

DMX was developed in the USA and was originally used for stage lighting; nowadays it is increasingly being used in architectural application areas. With a classic DMX-512 system, up to 512 channels/addresses can be individually controlled from a central control unit with very high-speed signal sequences. In the case of colour-changing luminaires and classic three-channel technology, three channels are used for RGB colour mixing; these are then controlled via a bus by defined fade or cross-fade times.

Sequencer colour dynamism made easy

The simplest and most affordable alternative for designing RGB LED colour-changing sequences is to use a sequencer. The LED luminaires then run through a preset sequence in the RGB colour triangle.

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There are now also systems which link up several DMX worlds and achieve very impressive results in large-scale applications. Many LED products in the Zumtobel product range can now be DMX controlled. The TEMPURA spotlight, for instance, is already available with DMXcapable control gear fitted in the luminaire housing. Other Zumtobel products such as LEDOS recessed luminaires or SYSTEMLED light lines can be connected to an appropriate bus by using external DMX control gear. Zumtobel supplies an appropriate converter for DMX input signals.

DMX is ideal for a rapidly changing colour sequences. In simple applications, lighting is controlled via a small DMX console (see photo), more complex installations are controlled via a computer.

A potentiometer can be used, for example, to select the speed of a colour transition or to select a static colour.

The sequencer in the Zumtobel product portfolio provides an analogue 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;10 V signal and a 100 kΊ potentiometer to adjust the colourchange speed.


INDUSTRY AND ENGINEERING

T R A N S I T A R E A S A N D PA R K I N G

SPORT AND LEISURE

O F F I C E S A N D C O M M U N I C AT I O N

Zumtobel is the internationally leading supplier of integral lighting solutions for a wide variety of appli cations in professional interior lighting: Industry and engineering Offices and communication Education and science Presentation and retail Hotel and wellness Art and culture Health and care Sport and leisure Transit areas and parking Orientation and safety We provide unique customer benefit by integrating technology, design, emotion and energy efficiency. Under the Humanergy Balance concept, we combine the best possible ergonomic lighting quality for people’s well-being with the responsible use of energy resources.

P R E S E N TAT I O N A N D R E TA I L

A R T A N D C U LT U R E

HOTEL AND WELLNESS

The company’s own sales organisations in twenty countries as well as commercial agencies in fifty other countries form an international network of experts and design partners providing professional lighting consulting, design assistance and comprehensive services.

H E A LT H A N D C A R E

Corporate goal: We want to use light to create worlds of experience, make work easier and improve communications and safety while remaining fully aware of our responsibility to the environment.


Track and spots

Modular lighting systems

Down-/ uplights

Recessed luminaires

Surfacemounted and pendant luminaires

LED, task, wall and uplights

Continuous row and batten luminaires

High-bay luminaires

Luminaires with extra protection

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United Arab Emirates Zumtobel Lighting GmbH (Branch) Dubai Airport Free Zone, Building 6W, B Block, 233 PO Box 54302 Dubai T +971/(0)4 299 3530 F +971/(0)4 299 3531

Poland Zumtobel Licht GmbH Sp.z.o.o. Przedstawicielstwo w Polsce ul. Narbutta 46/48 02-541 Warszawa T +48/(22) 856 7431 F +48/(22) 856 7432 www.zumtobel.pl

Norway Zumtobel Belysning Pilestredet 75 C 0354 Oslo Postbox 5829 Majorstuen 0308 Oslo T +47 22 46 85 00 F +47 22 46 85 02 M firmapost@zumtobel.com www.zumtobel.no

Russia Zumtobel Lighting GmbH Official Representative Office Skakovaya Str. 17 Bld. No 1, Office 1104 125040 Moscow T +7/(495) 945 36 33 F +7/(495) 945 16 94 www.zumtobel.ru

Sweden Zumtobel Belysning Birger Jarlsgatan 57 113 56 Stockholm T +46 8 26 26 50 F +46 8 26 56 05 M info.se@zumtobel.com www.zumtobel.se Denmark Light Makers AS Indiavej 1 2100 København/Copenhagen T +45 35 43 70 00 F +45 35 43 54 54 M lmsales@lightmakers.dk www.lightmakers.dk Czech Republic and Slovak Republic Zumtobel Lighting s.r.o. Jankovcova 2 Praha 7 170 00 Praha T +420/(2) 66 782 200 F +420/(2) 66 782 201 M praha@zumtobel.com www.zumtobel.cz

Slovenia and Croatia Zumtobel Licht d.o.o. Dunajska cesta 159 1000 Ljubljana T +386/(1) 56 09 820 F +386/(1) 56 09 866 M bzslowenien@zumtobel.si www.zumtobel.si Headquarters Zumtobel Lighting GmbH Schweizer Strasse 30 Postfach 72 6851 Dornbirn, AUSTRIA T +43/(0)5572/390-0 F +43/(0)5572/22 826 Zumtobel Licht GmbH Grevenmarschstrasse 74-78 32657 Lemgo, GERMANY T +49/(0)5261 212-0 F +49/(0)5261 212-7777 www.zumtobel.de www.zumtobel.com

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Art.-No. 04 900 394-UK 06/09 Š Zumtobel Lighting GmbH. Technical data was correct at time of going to press. We reserve the right to make technical changes without notice. Please contact your local sales office for further information. Printed on environmentally-friendly chlorine-free paper. Printed on Luxo Light.


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