The possibilities compared to before are now much better when it comes to finding luminaire solutions where it is possible to quickly and easily vary settings in, for example, color temperature, light flow or dispersion angle - both when it comes to indoor or outdoor luminaires. We asked Robert Johnsson, our Product Assistant and with extensive experience in the lighting field, what he thinks about the new possibilities.
- Lighting control has been around for a long time, but not in this way, where you make the changes directly in the luminaire. This is a technology development that is very interesting and of which we have only seen the beginning. Take a look at our outdoor range, for example, where there are now both Funkis MegaLED and Funkis ProLED where you can adjust the color temperature between 3000 Kelvin or 4000 Kelvin yourself via a switch. These luminaires are available both as downlights and in single and double versions, which means that the series fits in many environments. Just as with our flexible spotlights, this provides an opportunity to test and vary, for example during a trial lighting, says Robert Johnsson.
For indoor environments, there is already our 3-phase spot Moxie where you can adjust most things yourself and as it suits your installation. For example, you can vary the luminous flux between 1500 - 1770 lumens, the color temperature from 3000, 4000 to 6000 Kelvin and the scattering angle between 15-50 degrees. This provides optimal opportunities to test the settings and screw in place to optimize the light image.
If you want to know more about mulit luminaires for both outdoor and indoor environments, contact your local district salesperson or Kamic Back Office via + 46 54-570120 or e-mail: email@example.com>
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The organization Belysningsbranschen and the working group Safety through Emergency Lighting (FSN) have on several occasions carried out studies on how the situation looks in public buildings when it comes to emergency lighting. The studies have been about looking more closely at whether the emergency lighting works and whether the supervision of property owners and authorities has been satisfactory. The results of the surveys have been disappointing. (3 minutes reading).
The organization Belysningsbranschen and the working group Safety through Emergency Lighting (FSN) have on several occasions carried out studies on how the situation looks in public buildings when it comes to emergency lighting. The studies have been about looking more closely at whether the emergency lighting works and whether the supervision of property owners and authorities has been satisfactory. The results of the surveys have been disappointing.
More and more people are nowlooking for luminaires with so-called built-in light flexibility. This is about luminaires where you decide most things yourself and can adjust, for example, color temperature, light flow or diffusion angle directly in the luminaire. Welcome to take part of the exciting multi-luminaries of the future, or as we prefer to call them – luminaires with infinite lighting flexibility.