These lamps, light sources, and luminaires round out the latest products to incorporate LED technology.
F+P 550, Louis Poulsen
In 2009, London-based architecture firm Foster + Partners worked with Louis Poulsen to design the F+P 550 LED pendant for corporate interiors. The manufacturer recently updated the fixture, making it available in 3000K at 49 lumens per watt. The fixture has a mouth-blown opal glass shade with a matte anodized aluminum reflector, a metalized polycarbonate light conductor, and a heat sink, all suspended via PVC cords from a decorative ceiling canopy. louispoulsen.com
Luxeon CoB Core Range (Gen 2) LEDs, Lumileds
Lumileds has updated its Luxeon chip-on-board (CoB) LEDs. The additions come in 2200K, 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4000K, 5000K, and 5700K at CRIs of 70, 80, and 90. They offer color rendering within a three-step MacAdam ellipse, and a lumen output 10% higher at the same drive currents as the company’s existing CoB LED series. lumileds.com
Ultra Glass PAR LED Lamps, Sylvania
The company’s new lamps replace their halogen counterparts in PAR20, PAR30LN, and PAR38 models with a glass body and a full optic. They come in 2700K, 3000K, and 5000K at CRIs of 81 and 82, depending on the model, and with 15-, 25-, and 40-degree beam angles. The lamp family is UL wet-listed. sylvania.com
1×4 LED Retrofit Kits, Litetronics
Litetronics is adding a 1x4 option to its interior LED retrofit kit line for converting existing T8 and T12 linear fluorescent troffers, striplights, and wraps for use with LED tubes. The one-piece housing consumes 32W and holds two 4'-long LED tubes on a 4"-wide metal platform. They can be placed end-to-end, strung individually, or used as a standalone fixture. For use with 120V to 277V systems, the 32W kit comes in 3500K, 4000K, and 5000K. litetronics.com
This 1"-square linear LED luminaire is designed for architectural cove and pocket applications. Available in 3000K, 3500K, and 4000K with a CRI of 85, the fixture delivers up to 354 lumens per foot. In 12" to 96" lengths, it can be wired in a series up to 12' long. Its extruded-aluminum housing has a satin anodized finish. electrix.com
LSL Series, LaMar Lighting
The LSL Series recessed LED lensed luminaire is designed for use in offices, hospitals, and schools with grid ceilings. The fixture is available in 3500K and 4000K at a CRI of 84-plus. Fitted with field-replaceable LED modules, the luminaire comes in a 2x2 and a 2x4 format with either a prismatic haze or a frosted acrylic lens. Zero-to-10V dimmable, the fixture is compatible with 120V to 277V systems. lamarlighting.com
24,000 and 48,000 DLE Intelligent High Bay, Digital Lumens
This high-bay LED fixture combines direct and indirect light sources via four independently aimable light bars, and features version 2.11 of the company’s LightRules energy management software. Available in 4000K and 5000K with a minimum CRI of 70, the energy tool is offered in the 24,000- and 48,000-lumen versions of the fixture. It has efficacies of up to 106 lumens per watt and is IP52-rated. digitallumens.com
FGP Path Light, Landscape Forms
Designer Francisco Gomez Paz crafted this geometric, surface-mounted pathlight for Landscape Forms with three stems that rise from its base to create triangular openings through which light from an LED array housed in its curved top is cast. Available in 3000K, 3500K, and 4000K, the IP66-rated fixture accepts a 100V to 277V power supply. It measures 381/4" tall by up to 83/4" wide. landscapeforms.com
Quantum LP, Minimis
Austin, Texas–based Minimis is growing its line of high-end, miniature architectural luminaires for installation in panels of up to 1" thick with the 19mm-square Quantum LP. Available in 2800K to 3200K and in 5800K to 6300K, it has a 58-degree beam-angle cutoff reflector. Suited for recessed installation in materials including drywall, wood, steel, tile, and granite, the fixture has a milled-titanium housing. minim.is
Hallie Busta is an associate editor of products and technology at ARCHITECT, Architectural Lighting, and Residential Architect. Follow her on Twitter at @HallieBusta.
Hallie Busta is an associate editor of products and technology at ARCHITECT, Architectural Lighting, and Residential Architect. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Northwestern University's Medill school and a LEED Green Associate credential. Previously, she wrote about building-material sales and distribution at Hanley Wood. Follow her on Twitter at @HallieBusta.