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SCHLUTER SYSTEMS DISTRIBUTION CENTER Schluter Systems got exactly what they asked for in their new distribution center, office, and training facility in Dallas–Fort Worth, TX. This 500,000 sq ft facility supports Schluter Systems’ customers throughout the Central US, providing improved service levels and shipping lead times, as well as on-site training for basin, bath, and tile contractors and design professionals. “Education is a big part of our success. It’s in our DNA,” said Schluter Systems CEO and President of North America, Marco Ludwig. Schluter trains about 10,000 customers every year in the US, primarily at their Plattsburgh facility and in hotel ballrooms across North America. This new facility’s training center provides optimal lighting for hands-on training and demos and is equally as important as creating a positive impression for visiting architects and designers. Zumtobel’s CLARIS evolution pendants in a white finish provide a clean, modern look, filling the training center with light. Superior glare control (UGR < 16 ) makes CLARIS easy on the eyes and the batwing uplight distribution creates a smooth ceiling glow even at short suspension lengths. The training center lighting had to be flexible. When evaluating small fittings and tools, customers need high levels of light. Attractive lighting is needed for meetings where the presentation is streaming to other locations, but it must remain clear of the screen during AV presentations to the group in the room. “People feel comfortable staying in the training center for extended sessions due to the open and spacious feel,” Ludwig said. Both visitors and employees enjoy the cafeteria space during their breaks because of the ONDARIA pendants. This type of high-end statement lighting provides a more relaxed environment, perfect for socializing as it transforms the cavernous space with a more intimate “ceiling plane.” Ludwig describes the Schluter brand as “fairly technical, high-end, and quality-driven,” which is demonstrated throughout the facility, thanks largely to interior architect Chris Bruck and his team from Alliance Architects. Workspaces It was important for Schluter Systems to provide employees with a highly productive and safe working environment in both the office and warehouse areas. The facility provides office workers with private offices, collaboration areas, and a semi-private feel in the open office areas. Partitions and glass dividers ensure generous, relaxed spacing around individual employees. Ludwig, who evidences more lighting savvy than your average CEO, required that overhead lighting “open up” the space and accommodate the partitions with no additional task lighting in the cubicles. MELLOW LIGHT IV recessed luminaires help to balance that direct, task lighting requirement with gentler, diffuse lighting. The split diffuser optic provides a uniform appearance and eliminates strong shadows. Low luminance at high viewing angles prevents glare, both direct and reflected, while 90 CRI LEDs (standard) boost color rendering in the space. The warehouse spaces are definitely the heart of the new facility: “Probably the most important aspect, especially from the lighting perspective,” Ludwig emphasized. A process optimization consultant helped supply an initial layout for warehouse racking and lighting, with the focus on picking, packing, and loading onto trucks. The large inventory in this warehouse is intended to minimize order-fulfillment and shipping times for Central US customers. “But as our portfolio is expanding, and also as certain products become more or less successful, we need to relocate products in the warehouse on a regular basis—in order to maximize efficiency.” Ludwig further explained that refining and reconfiguring the rack space is key to both efficiency and accuracy. “The lighting, obviously, has to follow those changes from a productivity perspective and, most important, from a health and safety perspective.” OSHA and other lighting codes, supplemented by Schluter’s internal safety protocols, are among the highest priorities in this busy warehouse. Small, dime-size fittings must be picked accurately, but large shower enclosures and vapor barriers can be bulky and very heavy. “It’s important to optimize for both easy access and safety,” he said. Quality lighting from Zumtobel’s TECTON Linear Trunking System and CRAFT Medium High-Bay Luminaires provides a comfortable, safe environment, and the system is infinitely reconfigurable. Where racking is reconfigured several times a year, it can be extremely costly and time-consuming to rewire and remount 277V lighting. TECTON Trunking provides long, continuous rows up to 195 ft and tool-free mounting of luminaires. Power supplies and lighting controls are integrated into the trunking, offering three switchable legs and two dimming control wires. Plug-and-play CRAFT luminaires feature superior optics for glare control, in both narrow-beam for shelving and wide-beam for traffic and packing areas. Powder-coated internal cooling ribs conduct airflow up through the luminaire for optimal cooling, and discourage dust deposits. “We always have optimal light output for each warehouse area. It’s very easy and super-quick to change the setup of the lighting system, without the need for costly rewiring and electrical contractors,” according to Ludwig. TECTON’s easy initial installation was also attractive. “You just install a single power line for the whole run of fixtures: you don’t need to bring full-voltage power to each fixture. That saved a lot on installation costs and helped us get into the warehouse far quicker than with a regular lighting system,” Ludwig said. “Even under very demanding and difficult COVID circumstances, we were able to meet our timeline with Zumtobel’s help.” After a year, he reports that Schluter is growing rapidly with the support of the new facility, and that management “couldn’t be happier” with the facility and the lighting. “The employees like the space we’ve created for them. And customers—even architects—are impressed with the tour.” Basically, without help from an electrician, we just use a lift to change the lighting configuration. It gives us the flexibility that we need on a regular basis. Schluter Systems CEO and President of North America Marco Ludwig Owner: Schluter Systems Architect: Alliance Architects

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SCHLUTER SYSTEMS DISTRIBUTION CENTER
Schluter Systems got exactly what they asked for in their new distribution center, office, and training facility in Dallas–Fort Worth, TX. This 500,000 sq ft facility supports Schluter Systems’ customers throughout the Central US, providing improved service levels and shipping lead times, as well as on-site training for basin, bath, and tile contractors and design professionals. “Education is a big part of our success. It’s in our DNA,” said Schluter Systems CEO and President of North America, Marco Ludwig. Schluter trains about 10,000 customers every year in the US, primarily at their Plattsburgh facility and in hotel ballrooms across North America. This new facility’s training center provides optimal lighting for hands-on training and demos and is equally as important as creating a positive impression for visiting architects and designers. Zumtobel’s CLARIS evolution pendants in a white finish provide a clean, modern look, filling the training center with light. Superior glare control (UGR < 16 ) makes CLARIS easy on the eyes and the batwing uplight distribution creates a smooth ceiling glow even at short suspension lengths. The training center lighting had to be flexible. When evaluating small fittings and tools, customers need high levels of light. Attractive lighting is needed for meetings where the presentation is streaming to other locations, but it must remain clear of the screen during AV presentations to the group in the room. “People feel comfortable staying in the training center for extended sessions due to the open and spacious feel,” Ludwig said. Both visitors and employees enjoy the cafeteria space during their breaks because of the ONDARIA pendants. This type of high-end statement lighting provides a more relaxed environment, perfect for socializing as it transforms the cavernous space with a more intimate “ceiling plane.” Ludwig describes the Schluter brand as “fairly technical, high-end, and quality-driven,” which is demonstrated throughout the facility, thanks largely to interior architect Chris Bruck and his team from Alliance Architects. Workspaces It was important for Schluter Systems to provide employees with a highly productive and safe working environment in both the office and warehouse areas. The facility provides office workers with private offices, collaboration areas, and a semi-private feel in the open office areas. Partitions and glass dividers ensure generous, relaxed spacing around individual employees. Ludwig, who evidences more lighting savvy than your average CEO, required that overhead lighting “open up” the space and accommodate the partitions with no additional task lighting in the cubicles. MELLOW LIGHT IV recessed luminaires help to balance that direct, task lighting requirement with gentler, diffuse lighting. The split diffuser optic provides a uniform appearance and eliminates strong shadows. Low luminance at high viewing angles prevents glare, both direct and reflected, while 90 CRI LEDs (standard) boost color rendering in the space. The warehouse spaces are definitely the heart of the new facility: “Probably the most important aspect, especially from the lighting perspective,” Ludwig emphasized. A process optimization consultant helped supply an initial layout for warehouse racking and lighting, with the focus on picking, packing, and loading onto trucks. The large inventory in this warehouse is intended to minimize order-fulfillment and shipping times for Central US customers. “But as our portfolio is expanding, and also as certain products become more or less successful, we need to relocate products in the warehouse on a regular basis—in order to maximize efficiency.” Ludwig further explained that refining and reconfiguring the rack space is key to both efficiency and accuracy. “The lighting, obviously, has to follow those changes from a productivity perspective and, most important, from a health and safety perspective.” OSHA and other lighting codes, supplemented by Schluter’s internal safety protocols, are among the highest priorities in this busy warehouse. Small, dime-size fittings must be picked accurately, but large shower enclosures and vapor barriers can be bulky and very heavy. “It’s important to optimize for both easy access and safety,” he said. Quality lighting from Zumtobel’s TECTON Linear Trunking System and CRAFT Medium High-Bay Luminaires provides a comfortable, safe environment, and the system is infinitely reconfigurable. Where racking is reconfigured several times a year, it can be extremely costly and time-consuming to rewire and remount 277V lighting. TECTON Trunking provides long, continuous rows up to 195 ft and tool-free mounting of luminaires. Power supplies and lighting controls are integrated into the trunking, offering three switchable legs and two dimming control wires. Plug-and-play CRAFT luminaires feature superior optics for glare control, in both narrow-beam for shelving and wide-beam for traffic and packing areas. Powder-coated internal cooling ribs conduct airflow up through the luminaire for optimal cooling, and discourage dust deposits. “We always have optimal light output for each warehouse area. It’s very easy and super-quick to change the setup of the lighting system, without the need for costly rewiring and electrical contractors,” according to Ludwig. TECTON’s easy initial installation was also attractive. “You just install a single power line for the whole run of fixtures: you don’t need to bring full-voltage power to each fixture. That saved a lot on installation costs and helped us get into the warehouse far quicker than with a regular lighting system,” Ludwig said. “Even under very demanding and difficult COVID circumstances, we were able to meet our timeline with Zumtobel’s help.” After a year, he reports that Schluter is growing rapidly with the support of the new facility, and that management “couldn’t be happier” with the facility and the lighting. “The employees like the space we’ve created for them. And customers—even architects—are impressed with the tour.” Basically, without help from an electrician, we just use a lift to change the lighting configuration. It gives us the flexibility that we need on a regular basis. Schluter Systems CEO and President of North America Marco Ludwig Owner: Schluter Systems Architect: Alliance Architects
NorthConnex Tunnel
Smart tunnel lighting solution ensures safety, lower lifecycle costs and a reduced carbon footprint NorthConnex is a nine-kilometre long, two-tube, twin-lane tunnel linking the M1 Pacific Motorway at Wahroonga to the Hills M2 Motorway in northern Sydney. It was inaugurated in October 2020 to enable motorists to travel from Newcastle to Melbourne without a single set of traffic lights, paving the way for more efficient state and national freight movement and facilitating economic development in the area. It has also improved the quality of living for the local community around the chronically congested Pennant Hills Road as it has taken approximately 5,000 lorries a day off the neighbourhood streets, reducing congestion and noise while improving air quality. The New South Wales Government commissioned the Lendlease Bouygues Joint Venture (LLBJV) to design and build this tunnel in 4 years with the latest innovations to ensure the highest safety standards with a sustainable footprint. LLBJV wanted a smart tunnel lighting solution that would meet the project’s sustainability goals and that could be easily and quickly installed to speed up the installation process and guarantee the tunnel opening on-time. Tunnel lighting for maximum safety Schréder, with its Australian distributor Betacom, and Phoenix Contact worked together to deliver a solution that met the brief for photometrical and thermal performance, energy efficiency and lighting control expertise. Just over 1,100 OMNISTAR and 5,000 GL2 Compact luminaires controlled by the ATS system were installed. They deliver a bright white light that guarantees high uniformity on the road and optimal visibility to ensure comfort, safety and perfect visual guidance throughout the 9km-long tunnel. With more than 100,000 vehicles expected to travel through the tunnel every day, the OMNISTAR was installed for the boost lighting. It ensures an easy and comfortable transition in the critical threshold and exit zones by reducing the contrast with the sun outside and delivers a high colour rendering so any potential obstacles can be quickly and easily identified. Enhancing the driving experience The lighting also enhances the art along the tunnel walls and ceiling, designed to keep drivers alert and improve the driving experience. NorthConnex is the first Australian tunnel to incorporate this innovative concept and the artwork is decidedly local, including a starry night sky and the silhouettes of typical Australia birds. Designed for performance over time All of the luminaires have been designed to deliver a high photometric efficiency with low energy consumption over time. Thanks to the robust design (IP 66 and IK 08) and long life of the LEDs, the luminaires will resist the harsh tunnel conditions and require little maintenance, significantly reducing interventions, time and thus costs. Control driven design All of the luminaires are controlled by the ATS system, a control system co-developed with Phoenix Contact, to easily manage all tunnel lighting parameters remotely. This lighting control system can provide up to 50 special light scenarios, including 18 for the entry zones to ensure that the lighting is adapted to external conditions, providing a gradual and comfortable change for drivers. The system delivers the ideal lighting level throughout the entire tunnel, taking into account various parameters including traffic speed and density, to ensure perfect visibility while reducing power consumption to what is absolutely necessary. The ATS also constantly monitors the luminaires to instantly report any potential failures and optimise operational efficiencies as technicians will know what to expect if called out. The lighting system integrates Transurban’s SCADA platform, which manages the entire road network so that it can be controlled and monitored from its control room at all times. Quick installation and commissioning timescale The power and control cables were assembled and tested before delivery to speed up the installation time. On-site, thanks to the Plug-and-Play luminaires, and cables with ‘Quick-on’ connectors, the installation was set-up quickly and smoothly. As the ATS is an industrial BUS based system, there was no need to address the luminaires, speeding up the commissioning and alleviating any anxiety over potential delays. The installation was even up and working ahead of schedule. Sustainable tunnel design The local authorities are very happy with the tunnel lighting which has contributed to creating a safe and comfortable tunnel environment for motorists while enabling them to ensure operational efficiencies, lower lifecycle costs and achieve sustainability goals. Indeed, NorthConnex was the first road project in Australia to be awarded a “Leading Infrastructure Sustainability Design rating by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) which looks at ways in which the project was designed to minimise environmental impact. The LED lighting alone will reduce electricity consumption by 18% which equates to an overall reduction in carbon emissions of approximately 350 tonnes during the first year of operation alone. Motorists are delighted by the reduced time travel in a safer and more comfortable environment. Customer: Transurban Australian distributor: Betacom Contracting authority: Lendlease Bouygues Joint Venture (LLBJV) Control system: Phoenix Contact
FLOWSPACE
Distinctive luminaires create playful, urban vibe in coworking space Like millions of others across the globe, Jocelyn Trott found herself working at the dining room table during the height of the pandemic. With kids underfoot at any given time, she saw the opportunity to develop a coworking space in her community. Coworking spaces have grown in popularity with the pandemic. Some companies have eliminated in-person offices, leaving individuals feeling the need to connect or just get out of the house. Flowspace is Lake Oconee’s first such space, offering 15 private offices and two meeting spaces for remote workers and small businesses. Trott purchased three suites in a commercial building, previously an art gallery and interior design store. As an interior designer, she had distinct design goals for the 4,000 sq.ft. renovation. “I really wanted to create that ‘wow’ first impression when you walked in the door,” Trott said. “It also needed to be a premium, professional environment because our users often meet customers on-site. And finally, it had to feel warm and inviting, encouraging interaction.” A range of architectural luminaires from Eureka Lighting drive a playful, urban vibe that is both bright and comfortable. Eureka’s Quadrant pendants illuminate the main living room space and corridor as you enter Flowspace, and two Mute pendants are suspended in an adjacent community kitchen. Both are acoustic lighting products, and work to absorb sound in the ample space. A discreet diffuser in the Quadrant fixture provides warm, ambient lighting. And Mute’s wide, planar diffuser creates a comfortable illumination while contributing to an intimate zone over the dining counter. The charcoal felt panels in each fixture maintain a consistent design aesthetic and offers a bold contrast against the white exposed ceiling. Trott also introduced linear graphics along one wall to draw attention to Quadrant’s distinct silhouette. "Both Quadrant and Mute have scale and presence, but each does this with soft material and a soft light," Trott said. “And there’s no question that the acoustic pendants have substantially decreased the echo caused by the high ceilings and large windows.” A small flight of steps leads users further into the coworking spaces. An adjacent large monolithic wall was another opportunity to make a statement. Trott chose Eureka's Node wall-mounted luminaire, using the hexagonal shapes to create a unique pattern of accent lighting across the wall. In shades of charcoal and gray, the acoustic felt also contributes to sound absorption. “When I originally ordered Node, I already had a vision of what I wanted to do,” said Trott. “But when the luminaires arrived, we were inspired to re-think our approach. We laid them on the floor, moved them around, and created something completely different from the initial design. You don't often get that opportunity to adapt on-site with architectural lighting!" As first impressions go, these unusual fixtures are visible from the street, especially in the evening, serving notice to passersby that this space truly is different. One of two meeting spaces is outfitted with Eureka's Outline luminaires. A pendant is suspended over the boardroom table, and an additional recessed version is mounted in the ceiling. The stylish, contemporary luminaires have a unique aesthetic presence in the space while serving multiple functions. The pendant's uplight provides ambient illumination to give the small room an open, airy feel. Some of the adjustable projectors in the pendant provide functional task-oriented light down to the tabletop below. Additional projectors in that pendant, as well as the projectors in the recessed fixture, are used to highlight nearby artwork. Trott was appreciative of this rare opportunity to create three layers of light with a single fixture. All lighting in Flowspace is managed with an nLight® AIR networked lighting controls platform. Users can adjust both the uplight and downlight in the meeting room to adapt for face-to-face meetings versus video conferences. Common areas may also be transformed from workday spaces to evening cocktails by simply adjusting the lighting. "I could not be happier with the final result," Trott said. "The Eureka luminaires were installed before I had finalized my interior design approach. When I saw the fixtures go in, I realized I would need to up my interior design game to match this incredible lighting!” Project Name: Flowspace Location: Lake Oconee Village, Greensboro, Georgia, USA Designer: Jocelyn Trott Completed: December 2021 Photography: Acuity Brands

PRODUCT NEWS & INSPIRATION

Seem 1 Louver DISCOVER A NEW LIGHT SOURCE AND A NEW SOURCE OF CREATIVITY Quiet or bold, focused or ambient, always sophisticated, Seem 1 Louver with ID+ technology enables the creation of precise lighting scenes with a combination of lensed and louvered illumination. The perfect match between linear luminaires and downlights, it offers a variety of optics and finishes to deliver broad, ambient lighting or highly focused, task lighting using the same superior technology found in the ID+ Downlights. ID+ TECHNOLOGY Louver cells leverage ID+ technology used in the ID+ family of downlights and cylinders to deliver precise and powerful illumination with consistent light quality. This opens up new design possibilities when using within the same environment. HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIGHT SOURCES A wide choice of output levels, as well as direct, indirect, and louver cells light distributions, combined with color temperatures from 2700K to 4000K at CRI 80 or 90 support a variety of applications in multiple settings, including corporate offices, conference rooms, corridors, recreational, educational, or healthcare facilities, as well as retail or hospitality environments. A FLEXIBLE SYSTEM The highly configurable Seem 1 Louver with ID+ technology enables the specification of unique suspended, surface mount, or recessed luminaires tailored for each application. Louver cells, lenses, and solid faceplates can be combined in multiple configurations, resulting in individual luminaires, runs, or patterns with independently controlled light sources – indirect lensed, direct lensed, and direct louvered. Entirely louvered luminaires are also available. DIVERSE MOUNTING OPTIONS The sleek linear luminaire is suitable for various ceiling conditions, including grid, drywall, hard surface, wood, and open ceilings. Individual luminaires, runs, and patterns can be suspended, recessed, or surface mounted. SEEM® 1 The Seem 1 portfolio is a broad family of nominal 1.5" aperture linear luminaires that provide flexibility to impart a glowing linear elegance and deliver a range of illumination solutions to bring harmony to any interior space. Go beyond illumination with Seem 1 Acoustic luminaires and AirCore Bridge™, integrated luminaire and sound-absorbing baffle systems that leverage the narrow aperture and advanced light engine of Seem 1 while improving human comfort and mitigating reverberation issues in open spaces.

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Seem 1 Louver
DISCOVER A NEW LIGHT SOURCE AND A NEW SOURCE OF CREATIVITY Quiet or bold, focused or ambient, always sophisticated, Seem 1 Louver with ID+ technology enables the creation of precise lighting scenes with a combination of lensed and louvered illumination. The perfect match between linear luminaires and downlights, it offers a variety of optics and finishes to deliver broad, ambient lighting or highly focused, task lighting using the same superior technology found in the ID+ Downlights. ID+ TECHNOLOGY Louver cells leverage ID+ technology used in the ID+ family of downlights and cylinders to deliver precise and powerful illumination with consistent light quality. This opens up new design possibilities when using within the same environment. HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIGHT SOURCES A wide choice of output levels, as well as direct, indirect, and louver cells light distributions, combined with color temperatures from 2700K to 4000K at CRI 80 or 90 support a variety of applications in multiple settings, including corporate offices, conference rooms, corridors, recreational, educational, or healthcare facilities, as well as retail or hospitality environments. A FLEXIBLE SYSTEM The highly configurable Seem 1 Louver with ID+ technology enables the specification of unique suspended, surface mount, or recessed luminaires tailored for each application. Louver cells, lenses, and solid faceplates can be combined in multiple configurations, resulting in individual luminaires, runs, or patterns with independently controlled light sources – indirect lensed, direct lensed, and direct louvered. Entirely louvered luminaires are also available. DIVERSE MOUNTING OPTIONS The sleek linear luminaire is suitable for various ceiling conditions, including grid, drywall, hard surface, wood, and open ceilings. Individual luminaires, runs, and patterns can be suspended, recessed, or surface mounted. SEEM® 1 The Seem 1 portfolio is a broad family of nominal 1.5" aperture linear luminaires that provide flexibility to impart a glowing linear elegance and deliver a range of illumination solutions to bring harmony to any interior space. Go beyond illumination with Seem 1 Acoustic luminaires and AirCore Bridge™, integrated luminaire and sound-absorbing baffle systems that leverage the narrow aperture and advanced light engine of Seem 1 while improving human comfort and mitigating reverberation issues in open spaces.
LP Slim
With the Slim series, Louis Poulsen has designed modern, yet classic looking lamps that accommodate the need for great working light as well as an overall soft illumination, creating both a comfortable and aesthetic pleasing milieu. Carefully conceived in every detail The slim, rectangular housing frames a high-efficient light unit. Emitting a primarily downward directed light the fixture also has an indirect light component ensuring illumination of ceilings. The light egress emphasises design details in the housing, while the fixture is also available as a double length unit creating further possibilities for splendid illumination in a vast range of environments. Refined on several levels At Louis Poulsen, we are aware of the challenge that lies in maintaining the same visual identity in a building with many different rooms and functions. Therefore we created LP Slim Round. LP Slim Round is a new family of fixtures which was designed and developed by Louis Poulsen. With a broad palette of product variants, it offers the opportunity to work with one aesthetic look across different functional needs. The design is sleek and distinct, and makes it possible to give each room its own sense of identity while at the same time preserving a unified look. LP Slim Round is available in three different sizes, three colours and four mounting options, and is an ideal choice for open-plan offices, reception areas and meeting rooms. Or just for rooms where aesthetics and simplicity are paramount.
SCENO
The new SCENO luminaire by Zumtobel is as flexible as two luminaires and as compact as one. The rotatable luminaire with its individually swivelling wings is extremely versatile and, thanks to its countless application options, gives retailers a free hand in shop design and product presentation. As the design of a shop changes, so does the lighting. Zumtobel’s new SCENO luminaire adapts to any shop-floor challenge – the rotatable luminaire and swivelling wings in which the lighting modules are integrated can be adjusted independently of each other. Whether shelves are moved, aisle widths changed or special sales areas created, SCENO ensures uniform surface lighting. Understated design and brilliant light The luminaire’s understated design lets the merchandise take centre stage and draws customers’ attention to the products. It also has an attractive, timeless exterior and straight lines. SCENO creates both uniform and brilliant light, which is provided by the specially developed lens technology. Instead of a large light source, Zumtobel relies on a series of miniaturised lighting chambers. Whether fitted with seven LEDs or 14, whether fitted on one or two sides, the combination of lenses and anti-glare honeycombs guarantee the best light quality and effective glare control with a high level of visual comfort. Retailers can use SCENO to create a stimulating atmosphere and thus turn the purely functional task of shopping into an emotional experience. Design freedom thanks to four variants and countless application options In addition to the fixed central section, the SCENO has independent wings in which the light honeycombs are integrated. With tilt angles of between -10 and 90 degrees, both wings can be separately adjusted and positioned in the store. The entire luminaire is also rotatable by 355 degrees. Whether adding promotional items, supplementing seasonal ranges or reorganising stocks – SCENO shows shelves and other presentation areas in the retail sector in their best light at all times. SCENO is available in four different design variants to meet different needs: in a design with one or two wings, and with seven or 14 honeycombs per side. While the small size (1 x 7 or 2 x 7 LEDs) is perfect for installation up to a mounting height of 3.5 metres, the large size (1 x 14 or 2 x 14 LEDs) is ideal for mounting at greater heights of 4.5 to 6 metres. Depending on the version, the light output varies from 3500, 7000, 8000 or 14000 lumens. Individually customisable Available in three housing colours — black, white and silver — SCENO blends discreetly into the sales room. Specially designed for supermarkets and retail spaces, it takes human perspective into consideration. The various optics deliver light exactly where it is needed: the shelves and other presentation areas. Depending on the desired lighting effect, an asymmetrical, symmetrical (55 or 75 degrees) or oval optic is available. The luminaire is also available in four different light colours (2700 Kelvin, 3000 Kelvin, 3500 Kelvin, 4000 Kelvin) to highlight the colours and details of different goods. In addition, the special MEAT module for deli counters authentically accentuates the red tones of the food, does not distort colours and creates an impression of exceptional freshness. The colour rendering index is Ra > 80 or Ra > 90 (from autumn 2022). Efficient, easy-to-install and future-proof store lighting Overall efficiency is increased thanks to targeted light direction and highly efficient LEDs. Larger distances between luminaires are therefore possible and the number of luminaires used can be reduced. On the one hand, this means reduced installation time and costs. On the other hand, it frees up space for additional elements on the tracks, such as state-of-the-art motion sensors or beacon technology. The lighting infrastructure thus offers room for future digital applications such as store analytics, indoor navigation or geo-notifications. SCENO can be mounted on three-phase trunking or on the trunking of the TECTON continuous-row lighting system. It can be fully installed by just one person. In rooms with high ceilings, it can also be installed as a pendant luminaire. Flexible and future-proof Thanks to its flexibility, the SCENO can be readjusted at any time after initial installation and thus adapted to changed room and presentation areas. This makes it particularly future-proof – and guarantees elegant, sustainable and economical store lighting.

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The 26th edition of Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition (GILE) concluded successfully last October, welcoming a total of 2,036 exhibitors together with 97,688 visitors. Continuing its status as the preeminent lighting exhibition in China, the 27th edition will be held from 9 – 12 June 2022 at the China Import and Export Fair Complex in Guangzhou, with the theme ‘New Era, New Opportunity’. The fair will continue with both online and in-person formats to ensure lighting industry peers from throughout the world can gather to project future developments and business opportunities, and industry players can take advantage of the new opportunities afforded by the new era of lighting.
NeoCon
13 - 15 June, 2022, theMART, Chicago, IL, USA
NeoCon has served as the world’s leading platform and most important event of the year for the commercial design industry since 1969. A launch pad for innovation—NeoCon offers ideas and introductions that shape the built environment today and into the future.
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19-23 June 2022, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas
We will be in the state-of-the-art West Hall at Las Vegas Convention Center. Las Vegas Convention Center's brand-new West Hall expansion features modern exhibit and conference spaces, an expansive terrace overlooking the Las Vegas strip and an underground, Tesla-powered, free transportation system that can get you across the 200-acre campus in about a minute. Trade Show: June 21-23, 2022; Conference: June 19-23, 2022

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