We are proud to run a hands-on workshop “Development of Free Form Optics and future possibilities for this high-end technology” at the „lighting technology“. We will demonstrate the outstanding potential of free form optics for lighting solutions. The historic development will be explained with examples of large area lighting, as well current challenges will be discussed. The workshop will held by one of our leading Optic development engineers from our Munich Development office.
The 4th International Lighting Design Workshop under the headline «Rethink the Night!» will be held on the island of Kea in Greece in the first week of October 2017. It is an intriguing technological challenge to act as a sponsor of the upcoming workshop, which focuses on the development of lighting design skills, by providing the participants with the opportunity of handling up-to-date lighting technologies in a nightscape-compliant manner under the scotopic conditions of a particular night-sky quality of Kea, according to relevant measurements, carried out with the technical and scientific support of the Kuffner Observatory of Vienna. Candidate Lighting Designers, Aspiring Lighting Designers, Architects with specific interest in Lighting Design, Nightscape minded Landscapers with technological skills, Visual Artists with technological skills & specific interest in Lighting Design from all over the world will creatively participate in the workshop.
We are happy to present that our L-Series lighting units besides the wellknown ENEC-cerfification additionally UL-certified and can be used for the US market. This explicitly supports customers who are active in the US market, so further options are possible while using the L-Series. Details can be looked up at each section of the L-Series lighting units „L-Series Appendix for UL-certified lighting units“.
We are happy to present our new lenses LS 15 and LS 35 for the illumination of small streets like pedestrian and bikeways. This extreme wide distributing lens is in accordance to EN 13201. The product can be configured in many ways and depending upon how it is equipped and powered, it will provide an output of between 3.3 W (477 lm) und 19.8 W (2506 lm).
20.–22.09.2016 Bregenz (Austria)
The “modular” product portfolio from cor light has been expanded by additional options: LS 34, LS 34 Q, LP 13, LH 11, LP 33 Q, and LP 33 Q satiné. In order to achieve even better emission characteristics for free-form areas, the LP 33 was also optimized. On top of that, we are now offering all lighting units with an optional aluminum mounting profile for easier assembly as well as better support of the heat management.
We are also pleased to present "individual" to you as new service area from cor light: for several months now, customer-specific developments with the main focuses on free-form optics development, lighting design, and product development have been a fixed component of the cor light portfolio.
13.–18.03.2016 Frankfurt am Main
Hall 4.0, Stand G21
We are happy to present our new lens LP 33 for the illumination of areas. The product can be configured in many ways and depending upon how it is equipped and powered, it will provide an output of between 9.9 W (1051 lm) and 19.8 W (2405 lm).
LS 34 satiné is optimized for ME-classified street lighting in compliance with the EN 13201 standard. This product brings us up to the G6 luminous intensity class and the D6 glare index clas. The Q model of the lens system and the single lens LS 14 are also now available.
DELSANA uses cor light technology for the Highway Authority of Northern Bavaria’s first complete LED project.
cor light presents the next building block in fully realizing the potential of LEDs: a wireless, intelligent lighting control system.
Optimised for S-classified street lighting in compliance with the
EN 13201 standard.