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i2Systems Apeiron A1161 elevator downlights

LED lighting developer i2Systems is now shipping the first solid state elevator downlights to be rolled out in volume, which the company says chops energy consumption by 75% over conventional halogen models as well as lengthening lamp life from as little as 1,000 hours to 50,000. The new fixtures utilize ANSI-binned LUXEON Rebel LEDs and associated support services supplied by Future Lighting Solutions.


Each Apeiron A1161 fixture has a 200-lumen output and is available with a choice of cool, neutral or warm white LEDs that have been tightly binned for colour consistency through Future Solution’s inventory management program. The use of ANSI-binned LEDs ensures an optimal combination of colour temperature and colour rendering.


Future Lighting Solutions says the small LUXEON Rebel form factor enables i2Systems to achieve a high lumen density that helps produce a uniform beam free of telltale LED “dots”, while the amount of forward light in the Rebel beam pattern delivers a wide 120° light distribution to illuminate both the floor and the walls of the elevator cab.


A single power supply enclosure installs into the cab ceiling for simple wiring and easy serviceability, thanks to low LED power consumption that minimizes the size and weight of the transformer required to handle the necessary voltage conversions.





July 17, 2010  By  John Gilson

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