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Lumenpulse Inc., has announced the release and immediate availability of Lumenfacade Horizontal, a linear, high-performance LED projector with a slim, two-inch profile.

Developed for exterior floodlighting and wall grazing of tall structures, the Lumenfacade Horizontal’s low-profile design makes it easy to conceal and integrate into architectural facades.

The unique design repositions the driver chamber to hide it from view, reducing the height of the luminaire while simultaneously concealing all wiring and mounting details.

Furthermore each luminaire can be mounted end-to-end to form a continuous line of up to 152 feet using a single power feed (regular output version), reducing the need to compromise the facade by drilling holes to accommodate junction boxes.

“Architecture should be enjoyed free of bulky lighting fixtures,” said Yvan Hamel, Lumenpulse Vice President of Product Development. “We charged our design team to come up with a product that would fully respect a building’s architecture while also producing the high-quality light desired to enhance it. Lumenfacade Horizontal achieves this in new and exciting ways.”

Lumenfacade Horizontal is available in one-, two-, three-, or four-foot sections and is offered in white (2700K, 3000K, and 4000K), static colors, and RGB.

A line voltage luminaire, it is ready for all power inputs from 120 to 277 V and the IP66-rated fixture utilizes Lumenpulse’s dual chamber technology, which helps dissipate heat creating an industry leading L70 lifetime of 120,000 hours.

It also offers unmatched photometric performance producing 2,912 delivered lumens and 16,615 candelas at nadir and a minimum of 1 fc at a distance of 129 feet (4000K, 4’ unit, 10˚ x 60˚, HO version).

The Lumenpulse standard five-year warranty is included and covers the complete assembly.

Full details are available at http://www.lumenpulse.com/en/products/367 (white and static colors), and http://www.lumenpulse.com/en/products/366 (RGB version).

Published in LED Modules
Monday, 19 December 2011 18:12

Lumenpulse Provides Some Mood Lighting

Lumenpulse Inc. recently created an interactive, artistic representation of how light can reflect and create moods entitled “Lumensquare.”

Visitors entered the tunnel-like space and selected one of four emotions using a dial control. They were then immersed in a light show reflecting their chosen emotion: a pulsating red beat representing “love”; soft oranges and yellows for “joy”; a startling strobe effect for “fear”; and a kaleidoscope of colors for “confusion.”

The exhibit was a part of “The Future of Light” event in December, which brought together a cross section of the lighting industry to celebrate innovations in lighting design and emerging lighting technologies.

“We wanted to show the relationship between light and emotion,” said Francois-Xavier Souvay, founder, president, and CEO of Lumenpulse, “This event gave us the opportunity to share our vision of how light is used to impact or reflect the senses and emotions by creating a unique environment—whether it be in art or practical applications.”

Published in LED Modules

Lumenpulse Inc., a leading innovator and manufacturer of high performance, architectural LED-based lighting solutions for commercial, institutional, and urban environments, today unveiled its completed Corporate Headquarters located in Montreal, Canada.

The office debut was celebrated on the evening of December 1, with an exclusive event titled the “Evolution of Light.” A select guest list, including architects, lighting designers, agents and partners, investors and members of the media were treated to a facility tour and a night of celebration. Entertainers guided groups of guests through the office space, and a short video traced the history and evolution of light from the Edison era to the present day.

After the tour and welcoming speeches, over 500 guests were able to enjoy an evening of food, drinks and music. A four-piece jazz band entertained guests in the early part of the evening, before a song—specially commissioned for the event—was used as a transition to a DJ for the latter part of the event.

Located near the city’s Lachine canal, the facility combines a 20,000-square foot office space and an adjoining 45,000 sq.ft. manufacturing facility where Lumenpulse fixtures or products are created. The office space is custom designed to reflect the Lumenpulse brand and culture, and is exclusively illuminated by Lumenpulse’s own award-winning architectural LED lighting fixtures.

The move to the new headquarters accommodates the rapid expansion of Lumenpulse, which has grown its personnel count by 112% over twelve months. The company was named to the PROFIT HOT 50 of Canada’s Top New Growth Companies in August and is focussed on addressing the growing worldwide LED fixtures market, which is estimated to reach $9 billion by 2014 according to Strategies Unlimited.

“We have experienced rapid growth as we continue to see increasing demand for our LED fixtures from around the world,” said Francois-Xavier Souvay, president, CEO and founder of Lumenpulse, “The new Corporate Headquarters exemplifies what Lumenpulse is all about—innovation, performance and the future evolution of light. Lumenpulse DNA runs through the building, and it positions us well to become the next architectural LED lighting global leader.”

Lumenpulse’s award-winning fixtures are already in use at venues like Vancouver’s BC Place stadium, Yale-New Hospital in Connecticut, and the House of Blues in Los Angeles.

Published in LED Modules
Wednesday, 22 June 2011 19:48

New Appointments: June II

LexJet has added five new distribution centers to its nationwide Delivery Network. The new centers are located in Charlotte, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Phoenix, and Portland. They will be fully online, operating, and tied into LexJet's real-time delivery tracking system in July. With these new distribution centers, LexJet products for large format inkjet printing will reach 90 percent of the continental United States and 98 of the top 100 major metropolitan areas with one-day ground delivery. Its 15 distribution center cities can receive same-day delivery within a 30-50 mile radius of those cities.

Lumenpulse Inc.
has appointed Peter D. Karol to executive vice president and general counsel. Karol will oversee all aspects of Lumenpulse’s legal strategy, including business agreements, intellectual property rights, corporate governance, and regulatory management. Karol brings legal and business experience in the LED lighting sector to the position, and he previously worked for companies that included Color Kinetics, Joule, and Lycos. 

Meyda Custom Lighting has expanded the manufacturing facilities at its corporate headquarters in Yorkville, New York. The expansion will improve Meyda’s services with a more efficient operation that offers shorter lead times on its custom lighting fixtures.

MultiCam® Inc. appointed Julio Pierre to application specialist. Pierre brings 20 years of tech support and software training experience to his new position. He has worked with MultiCam since 2004, and prior to that, served as plant manager at Diversified Display Products.

Mutoh America Inc. has hired Tom Testa as the first southeastern regional sales manager in the new Atlanta-area based office. He will be responsible for creating and managing sales in the Southeastern United States, as well as maintaining relationships with Mutoh dealers and customers while increasing brand awareness in the Southeast. Testa previously held marketing and sales positions with companies such as Xerox and Kodak, and even owned and operated his own sign shop.

Poblocki Sign Company has appointed Terry McGushin to president. McGushin will oversee the company’s day-to-day management of operations, as well as steer the overall strategic vision of the firm. He served as vice president and COO of Poblocki, and has an extensive past in sales and marketing for companies such as Harley-Davidson and the Rite-Hite Holding Corporation.


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