LFI Illuminates Trade Show, Conference

The 18th annual Lightfair International makes its way to Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York. The Lightfair Daylighting Institute and the Lightfair Institute take place on May 6 and May 7. Trade shows, conferences and seminars take place May 8 through May 10. LFI attracts more than 19,000 attendees from around the world, with more than 550 manufacturers showcasing products in more tha...

04/01/2007


The 18th annual Lightfair International makes its way to Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York. The Lightfair Daylighting Institute and the Lightfair Institute take place on May 6 and May 7. Trade shows, conferences and seminars take place May 8 through May 10. LFI attracts more than 19,000 attendees from around the world, with more than 550 manufacturers showcasing products in more than 1,500 booths.

LED decklight includes 10 easy-to-install LED light points that accentuate outdoor and indoor living spaces. It is waterproof and provides light for as many as 10 years. It is available in two shades: white and blue, and is certified UL by both U.S. and Canadian requirements. The decklight features a remote control for on/off switching, cable connectors and 60 ft. of connection cable. (Aurelle LED Decklight by Philips Lighting Co.) www.lighting.philips.com #17

Track spot lighting line features track heads with single-adjustable and double adjustable spot and are available in four finishes: black, white, platinum/black and platinum/white. All fixtures use 35-watt, MR16 halogen lamps. The single adjustable spot has a height of 2.75 in., width of 4.25 in. and a maximum extension of 6.125 in. The double adjustable spot measures 2.75, 7.75 and 6.125, respectively. (Adjustable Track Spots by W.A.C. Lighting) www.waclighting.com #18

Compact fluorescent lamps are designed to replace existing incandescent. The line includes 11- and 15-watt CFL globes, which replace 40- and 60-watt incandescent globes in commercial and residential applications. The CFL reflector models include a 15-watt R30 size, allowing an energy-saving retrofit of 65BR incandescent reflectors, and a 20-watt R40 version, which replaces higher wattage incandescent reflectors. (Compact fluorescent lamps by SLi lighting) www.sli-lighting-usa.com #19

Fluorescent fixture creates as much as 60% more efficient light than the minimum LEED accreditation requirement. It uses two 28-watt lamps and features a ballast that is accessible on the room side of the fixture. It is available in three sizes at 5 ft. deep and fits flush to slot grid or standard grid ceiling systems. The fixture offers an integrated translucent linear prismatic DR acrylic lens, tension screws, and direct and indirect recessed light. (HP90 direct/indirect luminaires by Lightolier) www.lightolier.com #20

LED light engine line includes a record-setting warm white model that replaces halogen and tungsten filament lights, and a powerful daylight white model that replaces fluorescent light sources. The line also includes an RGB LED light engine that generates any of 16 million bendable colors, including white. (Atlas LED light engines by Lamina Ceramics) www.laminaceramics.com #21

HID and incandescent lights have been added to a recessed square and rectangular series. HID lights are available with T4, T6, PAR20, PAR30, PAR38, MR16, ED17, R70 and R111 lamps. Available incandescent lamps include T4 Quartz, MR16, AR70, AR111, BT15, A19, PAR20, PAR30 and PAR38. The lights feature electronic ballasts for either 120-volt or 277-volt in 50 Hz or 60 Hz applications. (HID and Incandescent luminaires by Kramer Lighting) www.kramerlighting.com #22

LED lamp assembly is ideal for emergency and security situations. It features a small, environmentally-sealed assembly that meets color and brightness levels for each application, such as safety kiosks for campuses and parking lots. The manufacturer's emergency lighting solutions typically offer LED arrays and potted mounting lenses, and include a set of transistors that allow the arrays to operate at any voltage within a desired range. (LED assembly by DDP) www.datadisplay.com #23

Architectural low-level lamps offer a variety of sources and wattages, including LED. Wattages range from 26 watts to 100 watts, and LED is available at 18 watts. It is suitable for indoor and outdoor environments, and applications that require effects lighting and specific color coordination themes. The series offers a choice of 12 1/2 %%MDASSML%%in. round or square modular die-cast aluminum faceplates in either flush or scoop distribution arrangements. Lamp options include metal halide, high-pressure sodium, compact fluorescent and LED in high-out white and multi-color versions. (SOLAS series by Invue Lighting Systems, a brand of Cooper Lighting) www.cooperlighting.com #24

White exit LED bulb provides an alternative to 15T6 or 20T6 incandescent exit sign bulbs. Constructed from flame-resistant polycarbonate resin to ensure durability and visibility, the bulb requires no extra wiring to install. Several base options are offered, including S6 candelabra screw, 15-mm intermediate screw and 15-mm DC bayonet. (EXL-W White Exit Light LED Bulb by LEDtronics) www.ledtronics.com #25





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