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luminaire

(ˌluːmɪˈnɛə)
n
(Electronics) a light fixture
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Conforming to the standard by being within one of the bins does not mean that color differences between luminaires are imperceptible.
Scope: - 94 led ceiling mounted or suspended luminaires, - approx.
Twenty-five products have been recognized for excellence by the 2016 Next Generation Luminaires (NGL) competition.
Internet connectivity allows the interconnection of controllers to allow advanced monitoring and automatic testing of up to 25,000 luminaires from a single control point.
The new dual purpose luminaires are offered in multiple wattages, starting with a 21w high output LED version in standard architectural bronze or custom RAL finishing options.
Ideal for hotel lighting applications, the InVerto fits the modern trend for highly stylish luminaires.
When the luminaires are arranged in close proximity, they create homogenous light on the horizontal plane that emphasizes the wall as a unit.
The new Vaporgard LED luminaires have 20 times longer life than incandescent lamps and can reduce energy consumption costs by as much as 85 percent.
The new lighting supplied by Riegens included the Saleni range of batten luminaires using either 1 or 2 x 80W T5 lamps.
The Pracht Arktis and Alaska luminaires from Sill Lighting are remarkable as they can perform at temperatures as low as -25[degrees]C for Alaska, and down to a chilly -50[degrees]C for the Arktis.
Experimental measurements of the lighting heat gain parameters were conducted for a range of contemporary luminaires in a full-scale test facility under realistic operating conditions.
Aquila's Epsilon luminaires have been installed in the pedestrian areas of Sheffield's Devonshire Quarter, a vibrant mix of residential apartments, shops, restaurants, bars, leisure, commercial and educational facilities.