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Friday Night Lights: Snowed in All Weekend Edition
Welcome to another (late night) edition of Friday Night Lights. As I type this NYC is bracing for another winter storm. Hopefully it won’t be the messiness forecasters are calling for, but rather a weekend for sledding and snowball fights. In the mean time, we had two pieces of news I wanted to share this week from the World of Light.
Day-O-Lite Announces the SKLL LED Luminaire
SKLL LED is a 6″ deep recessed fixture featuring a regressed lens that creates a skylight effect. It’s designed to deliver effective illumination, but can also deliver a quality reminiscent of natural light. The photo on the right is an installation
done with the SKLL for the waiting room of a children’s hospital.
Two lumen packages are available, low output of 2000 delivered lumens and high output of 2700 delivered lumens. Lumens per watt for both packages are 120LPW. Color temperature options include 3000K, 3500K, 4000K, and 5000K. L70 = 50,000 hours @ 25 C° ambient temperature. 1×4, 2×2, 2×4, 4×4 configurations and many light control options are available.
Kurtzon Announces Programmable Drivers
Kurtzon announced this week the release of programmable drivers for their LED products. This solves the problem of wattage consumption/lumen output for LED fixtures where the installation of a lighting control system is not possible. Now from the driver, you’ll be able to dial down (or up) how much light you’d like from fixture itself in the field. This is a perfect solution for situations where a single line spec is preferred with the flexibility to dial back wattage and lumen output.