Light Board for track
The outstanding features of Light Board include a system design that has been optimised for exhibition and presentation lighting, with exchangeable characteristics for a luminous flux ranging from low to high. The compact design with striking lines contains the efficient optoelectronic components required for cost-effective lighting. The integrated control gear and cables running inside contribute to the clear stylistic features of the range. The hinge is borrowed from notebook technology to enable a soft, yet precise movement of the aluminium housing and securely align the luminaire as required. A potentiometer is provided for direct dimming. For recessed ceiling situations, Light Board is also available as recessed luminaires.
The hinge technology used for Light Board has hidden cables and is consistent with the sturdy and precisely adjustable hinges of high-quality notebooks.
Glare control of spotlights
The black anti-glare ring available as an accessory reduces the view of the LEDs and improves the visual comfort.
Glare control of wallwashers
An anti-glare ring is also available for wallwashers. Its slanted cut facilitates the orientation: when the frame´s front edge is vertical, the luminaire is correctly adjusted to 35°.
Summary of lamps and beam characteristics
Select the required type of illumination for a lamp to see more article information and design data.
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To ensure high efficiency and a good light quality, ERCO uses projection lenses developed and produced inhouse. A collimator, as a secondary lens, forms the interface between the LED lens on the printed circuit board and the interchangeable Spherolit lens acting as the tertiary lens.
The light of varychrome RGBW luminaires is produced by individually regulated warm white, red, green and blue LEDs. This ensures that LED modules operate within their prescribed temperature range, achieving rated life and output for the specified power throughout their entire operational use.
Used to accentuate small objects with high light intensity or to project over greater distances between the luminaire and the target object. Beam angle < 10°.
This is the standard characteristic for accent lighting for objects of all kinds, especially to reveal the three-dimensional shape. Beam angle: 10°-20°.
Used for efficient accentuation of large objects or to uniformly emphasise a complete spatial zone. Beam angle: 25°-35°.
Used for flexible, flooding illumination of surface areas and spatial zones, especially useful for the presentation of goods. Beam angle > 45°.
The oval flood Spherolit lens produces a wide-beam, axially symmetrical light distribution. It produces an oval beam of about 20° by 60°.
The light distribution of the lens wallwasher is designed to produce very good uniformity.
Dimming on the spotlight
Spotlights can be dimmed in various ways for efficient visual comfort. The versions with electronic control gear developed by ERCO have an integrated potentiometer to adjust the luminous flux precisely and individually.
Dimming via circuit or DALI
Spotlights with potentiometer can also be operated by external trailing-edge dimmers. This makes them ideal for an energy-efficient renovation of existing lighting installations which are equipped with this widely used dimmer technology. Alternatively, spotlights are also available as DALI-compatible Light Clients.
The DALI-compatible luminaires have digital control gear which allows each luminaire to be individually addressed, for example by using the ERCO Light System DALI with integrated ERCO Light Studio software.
ERCO places particular importance on heat management. This ensures that LED modules operate within their safe temperature range, achieving rated life and output for the specified power throughout their entire operational life.
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Projects with Light Board for track
International projects and application studies introduce interestingarchitecture and exemplary lighting applications. Concrete descriptions ofthe lighting solutions with impressive photos explain how the lightingeffects are achieved.
The Guide section provides thorough information on everything from the physical bases of lighting to suggested solutions for different lighting situations. The interactive knowledge modules vividly illustrate lighting solutions that are possible with this product range.
Emphasising objects to attract attention
Flexible luminaires for tracks to produce accent lighting
Lighting tools with a wide-beam light distribution
Lighting technology for vertical surfaces