New ADA LED pendant light unit coming in 2016

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by Piotr Kaleta, 10 Jan 2016.

  1. Piotr Kaleta

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    I saw this mentioned somewhere else the other day. Just gotta remember where...
     
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    OLED???
     
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    Looks like it
     
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    Wow now that would challenge my credit card restraint... 31-1.jpg
     
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    Is there any more info on this yet does anyone know?
     
  8. rebel

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    Wow, this would be cool enough to hang in your kitchen!
     
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    I'm so glad I found this. I was literally about to order a grand solar.
    Can't wait! I've had it with the cheap piece of crap Aquasky.
     
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    Now that Amano's not around I guess they need to do something BIG to show the industry that ADA didn't go with him...

    I wonder if they have more creative licence now that there's a new director?
     
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    Hi All, Missed this That is one cool looking light :wideyed: Bet the price tag won't be cool :eek::arghh:
     
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    I think it will be using some high power led with individual reflectors . Something like bridgelux 3w led
     
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    Yes, I think they will also use fans with air coming out the sides. The glass on top will be too much of an insulator.
     
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    More updates

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    Size / Lighting unit: W43×D28×H6.4 (cm), Electronic ballast: W21×D9×H6.5 (cm)
    Weight / Lighting unit: 2.6kg, Electronic ballast: 1.5kg
    Input voltage / AC100〜240V 50 / 60Hz
    Power consumption / 130W
    Luminous flux / 3,000〜3,500lm
    Illuminance / Around 33,000Lx (Central illuminance at 30cm distance)
    Color temperature / Around 9,000〜12,000K (There are variation in color temperature due to the nature of LED)
    LED light / 160 (RGB LED)
    LED lifetime / Over 30,000 hours (Actual hours may vary depending on usage environment)
    Operating temperature range / 0〜35℃

    http://www.adana.co.jp/en/release/detail?id=249

    Copied from another forum.
     
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    interesting...

    130w is a lot of LED punch, no mention of a dimmer or controller, it could make an Aquasky 602 seem dim!
     
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    So, a large number of low power (<1W) LEDs for even spread. No control. ADA is too cool for anything but an on/off switch!

    P
     
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    At a minimum I hope it has sunrise and set.
     
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    Indeed!

    Surely one of the great benefits of led's is the ease of dimming and programming light schedules. Why would I want 130w of led's in preference to a single 150w metal halide, just for the elegance of the fixture? I don't think so.

    I've got 56w of Giesmann pulzars now which provides a more than ample amount of light but the added BT inerface programming unit is certainly a bit clunky.

    I could imagine ADA producing a truly innovative high end LED fixture with some proven pre-programmed lighting cycle options for say, first month, shaded stream, full sun, long day, short day etc.

    I really hope there is more to this new product than the info so far suggests....
     
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    Agreed. ADA don't need to provide too much if it's just a teaser. I am going to give them the benefit of the doubt until it's officially out.

    This will probably cost around $1500 in Australia so no mean feat to afford it. Apparently it's around 900 Euro.
     
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