LED system for both direct and indirect illumination

December 20th, 2012, Published in Articles: Vector

Tridonic is launching Talexxengine Stark Indi, a LED system that produces uniform light for both direct and indirect illumination. The light is directed downwards and upwards in a ratio of 80% to 20%, or vice versa. With its slim low-profile form the LED system gives designers enormous freedom and can be used as a replacement for T5 and TCL lamps. Its main applications include offices and educational establishments. This system is available in the Classic version with a CRI greater than 80, and is described as ideal for floor-standing and pendant luminaires. The indirect portion of the light provides uniform background illumination, while the direct portion offers efficient desktop lighting. In a pendant luminaire 80% of the light is directed downwards and 20% upwards. These proportions are reversed for floor-standing luminaires. The impression is always of uniform area lighting because the combination of side edge injection and special diffuser materials means that individual points of light cannot be seen.

Contact Lindsay Parsons, Tridonic SA, Tel 011 923-9686, lindsay@tridonic.co.za

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