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OSRAM

OSRAM HMIOsram continued to add a new level of safety to their HMI line by adding their patented UVS quartz outer jack some of their higher wattage HMI lamps. This new technology will replace the existing non-UVS lamps and reduces UVB and UVC emissions up to 99,9 %. UVS not only extends the life of fixture components, it also protects film crews and talent from UV radiation. Most importantly, HMI lamps equipped with UVS achieve these benefits without compromising performance.The unique orange base of the re-engineered lamps indicates the UVS envelope.

HMI Studio Metal HalideOsram also presented their new HMI Studio Metal Halide series with a 3200 K color temperature. The new CTO color temperature will allow an HMI fixture to match existing incandescent fixtures on stage, film set or on location without the need for gel, greatly simplifying the setup processes and elimination the need for redundant lamps and fixtures. The CTO is baked right into the quartz outer envelope and will not fade over the life of lamp.

Osram PhaserAlso showed a version of their white light laser technology. After successfully being introduced into the field of medicine and the automotive industry, laser technology is now set to revolutionize the entertainment market. The Osram PHASER, which will be shown at the company’s booth at LDI, stands for phosphor and laser, and is combined to create light with high luminance, which has the potential to replace many light sources which are currently used with lamps in various fields of application.

http://osram-americas.com/

Philips Lighting BV

Philips msr-platinum-35The Philips Lighting lamp division was at LDI with the wide array offerings across many facets of the entertainment industry.

In their popular Platinum range, they released MSR Platinum 35 for when LED isn't enough and the punch of an arc source is needed. Its high brightness and high-contrast beams to avoid shadow creation, as well as more compact luminaire and fixture designs to improve creative choice and design flexibility.

Also on the stand were their light engine solutions for data projectors and even some innovative solid state (LED and OLED).

http://www.usa.lighting.philips.com/home

Quasar Science

quasar-scienceQuasar Science continued to show their Q Line linear lamp, a LED fluorescent replacement. The Q Line features switchable 3000-5600k or crossfade 2000k-6000k color temperature and an innovative mounting system that allows for flexibility required in film and event venues. They are available in sizes ranging from 1 foot to 8 feet. The newest version of the Q line will allow from full 0-100% dimming with a 95+ CRI. Brand new for LDI Quasar Science featured an innovative radio controlled 50 watt Q Line lamp.

http://www.quasarscience.com/

RLED

RLED RetroRLED's The RETRO series of retrofit lamps are a 0-100% phase dimmable (forward and reverse) LED 2700-5000K 80-90 CRI engine.

Designed for SCR, TRIAC, or IGBT dimmers. This light engine is a direct replacement of existing incandescent lamps in a wide range of applications. Specific socket adapters are available to provide simple installation and the standard versions are Edison, Mini-Candelabra, and bare wire.

Custom and standard mounting options are available.

Available in a wide range of wattages, this year at LDI RLED released two new smaller versions for under-balcony applications. The 150 is a 15-watt engine meant to replace 150-watt legacy lamps while the Retro 300 is a 25-watt engine designed to replace 300-watt tungsten/halogen.

www.rledlighting.com



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