Zumtobel has launched the Iyon LED spotlight range for lighting and presenting goods in shops and showrooms.
The product is available in two design sizes for various wattages in Stable White and Tunable White and will be presented at EuroShop for the first time.
Zumtobel developed the Iyon LED spotlight in collaboration with the Austrian architects’ studio of Delugan Meissl Associated Architects.
“We sought to create a spotlight with a maximum range of applications. Its design, surface finish and function-focused, individually controllable lighting technology live up to this ambition in terms of both esthetics and function,” a spokesman said.
The light uses up to 65 lm/W, which is an alternative to HIT luminaires up to 70 W. It has a maintenance-free service life of up to 50,000h at 70% luminous flux, and extra energy saving potential as the spotlights can be dimmed.
Due to its IR and UV-free light, sensitive materials like textiles or cosmetics can be illuminated with high power and from a short distance.
All Iyon spots have aluminium-sputtered precision reflectors made of polycarbonate, which provide accents and a variety of beam patterns, ranging from narrow-beam to wide angle.
Iyon will be available for installation in three-phases and as a semi-recessed spotlight as well.
The spotlight is available in a matt black and matt white finish as standard. A five-year guarantee is granted for the luminaire range including control gear and LED. Stable White versions of Iyon will be available from May 2011. Tunable White will be available from autumn 2011.