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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Lumenpulse introduces configurable line of linear LED luminaires


Lumenline configurable LED luminaires have been designed to match the performance of T5 fluorescent fixtures with a slim design, high efficacy and color rendering index.
Lumenpulse Inc., a manufacturer of LED-based architectural lighting systems based in Montreal, Quebec, has introduced the Lumenline LED luminaires for indoor environments.
Lumenline recessed LED fixture
Lumenline has been designed to match the performance of traditional T5 HO fluorescent systems in terms of system efficacy (68 lm/W), photometric distribution and color rendering (85 CRI), while offering long life of up to 100,000 hours. The line of luminaires is suitable for office and classroom environments.
“Converting to LED has never been this easy,” said Fran├žois-Xavier Souvay, founder, president and CEO of Lumenpulse. “Lumenline is a complete family toolbox in a slim, clean format that offers flexibility for general lighting applications. It is simple to specify, easy to integrate and offers myriad options.”

Lumenline is designed to be highly configurable and can be adapted to a variety of architectural and commercial building interiors. The system is available in pendant (shown), recessed (shown) and surface-mount formats, in single units (1, 2,... 8-ft in length) or continuous runs. The luminaires and can be configured with various color temperatures, accessories and optics to allow indirect and/or direct lighting.

Lumenline pendant LED luminaire
The Lumenline fixtures are compatible with Lumentalk – a digital control and monitoring method that was introduced by Lumenpulse last week. Using existing AC power lines, Lumentalk is a protocol-independent communications method that does not require any additional wiring. Lumenpulse is demonstrating Lumentalk at Lightfair this week.
Lumentalk enables LED fixtures from any manufacturer to be dimmed and controlled over existing power lines, and works with any control or dimming standard (triac, ELV, 0-10V, DALI, or DMX), AC voltage (100V AC - 277V AC), and operates within frequency bands allocated by worldwide regulations (FCC, CENELEC, ARIB).

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