Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Indoor Applications | Outdoor Applications | May 21, 2019

Acclaim Lighting Introduces Numerous New Products at LFi

Acclaim Lighting, a leader in innovative and advanced lighting technology, brought several new products to the show: Cylinder One HO, an exclusive, high output LED Series for long throw downlight applications; Flex AC Exterior Linear LED Strip for customized applications; Side Emitting Flex Tube SE Spectrum for dynamic exterior, customized color LED lighting applications. – Just to name three of the highlights.
Cylinder One HO:

Cylinder One HO™ is an exceptional six-inch, high output cylinder fixture delivering up to 12,000 lumens and 99,000 maximum candelas for more than 20-foot ceiling height downlight applications.  

Ideal for airports, convention centers, theaters, houses of worship and civic buildings, Cylinder One HO is available in multiple color temperatures (2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 4000K) in several beam angles (15°, 22°, 40 and 70°) with several quick-change reflectors for customer applications. The unit can be installed in several different arrangements including surface mount, ¾-inch NPS pendant mount, aircraft cable mount and wall mount configurations.

Cylinder One features an internal 100-277 VAC power supply and onboard DMX+RDM driver for ultimate control. The IP40-rated unit for dry locations includes Acclaim Lighting's Aria wireless DMX technology providing 0 to 100 percent dimming as a standard feature.

Performing at temperatures between -4°F to 113° F, Cylinder One maintains 70 percent of its lumens for 150,000 hours. The unit is IK06 rated for protection against 0.7-joule impact. Cylinder One comes with a five-year warranty. For more information about Cylinder One, contact Acclaim Lighting at 323-213-4626 or visit http://www.acclaimlighting.com/products/product-detail/product/cylinder-one-ho.html.

Flex AC Exterior Linear LED Strip:

Flex AC™, a low profile, exterior-rated linear LED strip available in multiple colors offering maximum run distances without the need of external power supplies for custom applications.  The combination of its high efficacy and low profile makes Flex AC ideal for a wide variety of cove, millwork, signage, and many other exterior and interior applications. 

Flex AC is available in 2700 K, 3000 K, 3500 K, 4000 K, 5000 K, red, green, blue and amber with a 160° beam angle. It will provide up to 371 lumens per 1.64 feet, while consuming only 3.8 watts per foot with a CRI greater than 80.   Operating at 120 VAC, Flex AC has a 10 – 100 percent dimming capability through ELV, as well as 0-10V and DMX with the use of an optional UDM.

Built to order, Flex AC can be linked at any lengths up to 131.2 feet and comes with aluminum channels for easy installation.  The linear LED strip is IP66 rated for wet and dry locations where water does not accumulate.  The LED strip is IK08 rated for protection against 5-joule impact.  It will perform in temperatures from -40°F to 122°F.

The exterior-rated linear LED strip will maintain 70 percent of its lumens at 50,000 hours at 25°C. Flex AC has a limited five-year warranty. For more information on the Flex AC, contact Acclaim Lighting at 323-213-4626 or visit http://www.acclaimlighting.com/products/catergory/category/flex-1.html

Side Emitting Flex Tube SE Spectrum:

Flex Tube SE Spectrum™, a side emitting, outdoor-rated, flexible LED tube with quad-color RGBW LEDs to cover nearly every possible color combination including dedicated whites and pastels for virtually any exterior lighting application. 

Controlled with a DMX-512 or DALI for precise dimming and lighting options, Flex Tube SE Spectrum provides a 160° beam angle, while operating off of 24 VDC power.  It provides 100 lumens per foot, while consuming only 4.6 watts.  Flex Tube SE Spectrum will maintain 70 percent of its lumens for 150,000 hours.

Designed for long-term performance, Flex Tube SE Spectrum features a white UV-stabilized, saltwater-resistant, PVC jacket with silicone top to provide a minimum bend radius of 12 inches and can be cut to a length every 3.28 inches for customized lighting applications. It is IP68-rated and submersible to 3 feet.

Available in custom built lengths and 16.4-foot-long spools, Flex Tube SE Spectrum will perform in temperatures of -40°F to 131 °F and can be installed in temperatures from -32°F to 113°F with a self-lock aluminum channel.  The side emitting flex tube is IK08 rated for protection against 5-joule impact. 

Flex Tube SE Spectrum comes with a three-year warranty. For more information about Flex Tube SE Spectrum, contact Acclaim Lighting at 323-213-4626 or visit http://www.acclaimlighting.com/products/catergory/category/flex-tube.html

About Acclaim Lighting:

Acclaim Lighting, founded in 2003 in Los Angeles, Calif., made an immediate impact on the market with an impressive portfolio of innovative and advanced solid-state lighting technology, including high-performance controller units for entertainment and architectural lighting demands. The experienced and well-trained Acclaim team offers extensive consulting worldwide, leading to individual and distinctive lighting solutions. Profound technical knowledge combined with the ability to create reality for the customer's vision is its expertise.

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