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PRODUCTS lighting & electrical EDITORS' CHOICE Suspended LEDs Cu-Beam: * Suspended LED fi xture * Uses single, high-power LED * Downlight, uplight models Cu-Beam suspended LED fixtures use a single, high-power LED instead of multiple light sources. Heat-pipe technology cools the light, transferring heat away using technology typically found in satellites and microprocessors. A custom-engineered lens reportedly projects more light than conventional lenses. Combined with effective cooling, each fixture is said to run at 88 lm/W. The luminaire is available in a downlight model for focused lighting and an uplight version for ambient lighting. Dyson Inc., Chicago Circle 76 Architectural fa├žade lighting LED streetlight GR series LED streetlight replaces 100- to 125-W HID systems. The cast-aluminum housing has tool-less entry and a 7-pin NEMA photocell receptacle for optional wireless control. Available in 4,000 and 5,000 K with a minimum 70 CRI, the series uses Type II medium and Type III medium optics. Parade S is a slim, LED surface-mount linear wall-wash luminaire that provides illumination and dramatic effects in RGBW, dynamic, warm, or cool white light. Five light distributions with electronic control options provide lighting effects for a wide range of applications. Adjustable brackets allow ground mounting or installation in any vertical position and orientation on building surfaces. The luminaire is available in lengths of 20, 35, or 53 in. Griven USA, Gaffney, SC Circle 78 EYE Lighting, Mentor, OH Circle 77 Exterior projection fixture Exterior Projection 500 fixture integrates light textures and graphics in outdoor lighting designs. With a high-precision optical design and 7,000-lumen output, the fixture's flat field, high-contrast image projection is based on a high-power LED engine with eight interchangeable colors, six gobo slots for projecting graphic images, and a gobo animation system. Harman International, Stamford, CT Circle 79 JUL/AUG 2016 COMMERCI A L A RCHI T EC T URE 55

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Commercial Architecture July/August 2016

The Architects
Re-Imagining Detroit
Cigar Factory Embarks On A New Life
Windows & Door Products
Historic Renovation Includes Geothermal
Church Sings Praises Of Condensing Boilers
HVAC & Plumbing Products
Raising The Roof On Historical Bath House
Two Paws Up For Rubber Floors
Interiors Products
Library Blends Stone And Glass
Exteriors Products
Lighting For The Future
Lighting & Electrical Products
High-In-The-Sky Safety
Building Technology Products

Commercial Architecture July/August 2016