Products, Materials & Tools | Mar 02, 2007

Enfis launches Quattro & Uno ‘Plug and PLay’ light engines for architectural lighting

Enfis formally launched a range of high performance LED ‘Plug and Play’ Light Engines to the architectural lighting market at the ‘Arc 07’ show in London.

The unique combination of high-power, simple integration and smart array technology provides lighting designers with user-friendly, highly-efficient single colour, and dynamically colour-changeable light sources, emitting up to 5,000 lumen.

Enfis has developed a complete solution for designers to accelerate their time to market.  The light engine provides a stable, intelligent platform for the design, development, test, and manufacture of lighting systems using this disruptive technology, in the biggest change to lighting in 100 years.

Enfis’ light engine products are available in two platforms: the QUATTRO and the UNO. The QUATTRO Air-Cooled Light Engine is Enfis’ premium, high-output product. Emitting up to 5,000 lumen of light from a 16cm² single array, it is the cutting edge in ultra-bright LED Light Engines.

With the QUATTRO it is possible to select a colour output from a palette of 4 billion colours near instantaneously via a digital interface, DMX or DALI protocols. The QUATTRO Light Engine intelligently measures light output as well as the thermal load of the array and guarantees optimum performance and colour temperature.   

Easily integrated, in a simple ‘plug and play’ format, our product is expected to revolutionize the architecture and entertainment lighting markets. This is the brightest ‘smart’ LED array available to the market and has been made viable through Enfis proprietary array and light engine technology.

Enfis received strong interest during this year’s Arc 07 Show at the London Business Design Centre, particularly from those engaged in the development of complete lighting fixtures around a true, high power LED module, for retail, accent and display lighting.

Shaun Oxenham, Enfis CEO said: “If your business is building or designing future-proof Lighting Systems, then Enfis LED array Light Engines are your solution for rapid development and high performance.“

Enfis expects this product to dominate architecture lighting, entertainment/architecture lighting, and industrial and medical illumination applications. 

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