Beamer Projectors, floodlights
Beamer projectors and floodlights, with their rotationally or axially symmetrical light intensity distribution, are suitable for a wide range of lighting tasks, e.g. accent lighting on vegetation or floodlighting of façades. Even over great distances, the lighting technology of the Beamer projectors produces an even, soft edged beam of light. The front section is designed as a snoot and ensures optimum anti-glare protection. The oval light distribution of the Beamer floodlights allows the luminaire to be placed closer to objects. They are, therefore, particularly suitable for efficient lighting of façade surfaces as well as trees.
Summary of lamps and beam characteristics
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The quality of the optical systems has a major influence on the overall efficiency of an LED. To produce directed light, as occurs in spotlights, ERCO develops their optical projection systems in-house. A collimating lens, as a secondary lens, is the interface between the LED lens on the printed circuit board and the exchangeable Spherolit lenses acting as tertiary lenses. The collimating lens directs the light of the LEDs into a parallel beam in order that the required light distribution can then be created by the tertiary lens. The principle of total internal reflection in the collimating lens contributes to the high efficiency of the optical system. Decades of experience in injection-moulded polymers ensure the highest quality levels from our in-house production plant.
Characteristics with Spherolit lenses
To accentuate small objects with high light intensity or to cover large distances between luminaire and object. Beam angle < 10°.
The light intensity distribution for highlighting objects of all types, especially to accentuate three-dimensional shapes.
Beam angle: 10°-20°.
Used for efficient accentuation of large objects or to uniformly emphasise a complete spatial zone.
25° - 35°.
To give a flexible, flood illumination of surfaces and spatial zones, especially in retail presentation. Beam angle> 45°.
The Spherolit lens, oval flood, has an axially symmetrical light intensity distribution, producing an oval beam of about 30° by 90°.
The primary lens (1) is mounted directly on the LED chip and produces a hemispherical beam emission. As the secondary lens, the collimator (2) aligns the rays of light into a parallel beam, enabling different tertiary lenses to be added. After focusing the beam, it is the Spherolit (3) tertiary lens that then determines the light distribution.
The smooth-surfaced, cast-aluminium housing is double powder-coated. Its form minimises accumulation of dirt and blends in neutrally with the architectural surroundings.
An extensive range of mounting accessories is available for Beamer, Focalflood and Parscoop. These accessories ensure optimum mounting, either on the building or on the ground.
An extensive range of mounting accessories is shared by Beamer, Focalflood and Parscoop. These accessories always enable the optimum mounting position, whether on the building itself or in the ground.
The pivot bracket with scale allows accurate alignment.
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