There’s sure to be no shortage of decorative LED ring luminaires at LEDucation17 in New York City next week. One in particular has our attention is Litecontrol’s new Inde-Pendants 32L.
When it designed the Inde-Pendants 32L, Litecontrol set out with modern architectural trends as its guide but refused to sacrifice performance for the sake of aesthetics. It incorporates Litecontrol’s Variable Intensity (“Vi”) Technology, which empowers specifiers to match output or power, in 50 lumen increments, to meet precise needs, be it indirect or direct output. The end result is efficacy up to 118 lumens per watt and customizable lumen outputs ranging from 350 to 3,000 lumens.
Vi technology also provides verifiable wattage, which is critical for specifiers who need to meet performance criteria by application.
The versatility of the Inde-Pendants 32L family is certainly appealing. Specifiers and designers have the flexibility to choose from three primary styles – cylinder and ring, cylinder or ring. With the additional options built off of three styles, eleven configurations are created. This should be a big selling point for those designers with specific ambitions in mind.
The Ring is available in three different diameters – 20, 30 and 40 inches – ensuring the fixture can be scaled appropriately in a wide variety of applications. Blending aesthetics and functionality, the cast aluminum joiner bracket provides structural alignment and field adjustability for fine-tune leveling and culminating a visually pleasing fixture that will perform well in any architectural setting. To that point, a key design element is the Power Over Aircraft Cable suspension system, a first for a Litecontrol product. This provides power for class two luminaires without the need for a secondary power cord. Implementing this technology into the fixture ensures a clean, elegant look.
In this picture you can see the Inde-Pendants lighting up Hubbell Lighting’s newly renovated Lighting Solutions Center.
The product will be on display at Litecontrol’s booth, 1013 in the Grand Ballroom. Come by and ask for Jeff Schoepf to share more details.