Lumileds Awarded Product Innovation Award

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AMSTERDAM, Sept. 20, 2018 — Lighting solutions provider Lumileds BV has been awarded a 2018 Product Innovation Award (PIA) from Architectural SSL magazine for its line of integrated light guides under the Matrix Platform Advanced Technologies.

The ultrathin plates soften high-flux LED light, enabling unprecedented light control in a compact form factor. Initial implementation in outdoor fixtures resulted in a lumen output of 20,000 lm at 120 lm/W, exceeding Design Lights Consortium Premium requirements.

“As the industry demands thinner form factors, achieving excellent uniformity with high flux is increasingly challenging, especially when combined with the efficiency and high flux standards of DLC Premium,” said Viral Hazari, Matrix Platform product family director at Lumileds. “Combining Lumileds LEDs, optics, and application expertise, we are able to deliver a solution that exceeds the market demands.”

Each year, Architectural SSL recognizes innovative light engines, solid-state luminaires, and fixtures by awarding PIAs in various categories. A panel of 14 designers and lighting specialists evaluate and recognize products and systems based on attributes, qualities, functionality and/or performance, emphasizing ones that exceed industry standards.

Matrix Platform Integrated Light Guides were awarded in the Components category. The plates also provide the flexibility of design that lighting producers need to address indoor or outdoor applications.

“Regardless of light distribution choice, lighting designers can go into a project knowing they can meet DLC Premium qualifications and achieve uniform, glare-free distribution,” Hazari said.

Published: September 2018
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