Posted in materials on September 3, 2015 9:50 am EDT

LED Luminaire News: Philips Selecon’s PL Series Mark II LED Luminaires

Utilizing a proprietary Philips LED technology, new Profile, Cyc and Fresnel fixtures designed to create superior color consistency.

Philips Selecon introduces new PL Series Mark II LED Luminaires. Images courtesy of Philips Strand Lighting.


 

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By Church Designer Staff

Utilizing a proprietary Philips technology, Philips Selecon is proud to introduce the new PL Series Mark II LED luminaires. With a single LED array, the PL Series Mark II luminaires create superior color consistency from fixture-to-fixture to breathe new life into your lighting designs and are now available in Profile, Fresnel and Cyc models to make your LED lighting challenges a thing of the past.

“As we listened to our dealers and clients worldwide, we found that what they desired most in LED luminaires was color consistency,” says Julie Smith, Philips Strand Lighting General Manager of the Americas. “Working with our engineers at Philips, we have found a fantastic solution with the PL Series Mark II LED luminaires and we are very excited to introduce them into the market.”

The PLPROFILE1 MKII LED luminaire is a variable beam profile with precise beam control and pattern projection from a high output beam using only 140 Watts. An innovative combination of LED source technology and precision optical design, the PLPROFILE1 MKII is available in 18-34 or 24-44 degree beam angles while offering the performance of a 500 Watt profile fixture.

The PLProfile 1 MKII LED luminaire is a variable beam profile with precise beam control and pattern projection from a high output beam using only 140 Watts.

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