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Tridonic at Light+Building
Tridonic will be showing led and oled sources, as well as control gear for both.
Amongst its offerings is its first bendable OLED module, which produces neutral white light and can follow the contours of luminaires, walls, ceilings or room dividers.
MacAdam 4 colour constancy “hardly changes even if this light source is bent”, said the firm. There will be matching dimmable or non-dimmable converters, which Tridonic will launch in 2015.
There is also Lureon Pur, an edgeless OLED module for pendant luminaires, designer luminaires, integrating in room dividers or wall elements.
Then there is steplessly adjustable white light (3,000-6,000K) sources for downlight, spotlight and linear lighting. The linear system has a preconfigured converter and is available as a set of 3-5 LED modules and one converter. It offers 700 or 1,500 lm (dim 10-100%) and CRI>80.