Luminaire design consultancy David Morgan Associates will present the new Radiant 3D LED Flex linear system at ARC 12 (Architectural, Retail and Commercial Lighting) Show.
The Radiant 3D LED Flex linear system is designed for use in a wide variety of interior and exterior architectural lighting applications where linear lighting needs to follow complex curves and building profiles. Joints between the heat sink LED modules allow the system to bend and twist in three dimensions while maintaining a constant LED spacing without dark spots or shadows and allowing the modules to be aimed after installation to provide a precise lit effect. The main lighting applications include indirect cove lighting and direct wall washing and wall grazing. The system is available in three sizes and will have versions for interior use rated to IP 20 and for exterior use with an IP rating of IP 65. The large interior size shown in the photographs has already been installed in a major project in Azerbaijan where over 350 m of Flex was used to provide indirect lighting for a concert hall interior. The large passive heat sink is designed to operate the LEDs at their specified working temperature, with light outputs up to 5,000 lumens per metre in warm white. The full range will include RGBW and adjustable colour temperature white versions and a variety of lenses and other secondary optics to control the light output. ARC 12 is at London’s Business Design Centre from 29 February to 1 March 2012. Visit stand M32. www.dmadesign.co.uk