Energy efficient lighting meets architectural style in the new Philips Ledalite Jump, a high performance direct luminaire with LEDs or fluorescent light sources. This new lighting system–available in a range of light sources, patterns, colors and mounting options–also features daylight harvesting sensors and Airwave wireless, battery-free, solar and kinetically powered controls to reduce energy consumption.
Designed for commercial environments such as offices, schools and retail spaces, the Jump system features Philips holographic nanotechnology, which the company says makes for more visually comfortable spaces by blending light and color, controlling high angle glare and creating a precise “batwing” distribution, while concealing the light source.
According to Philips Ledalite, the Jump system uses what is said to be advanced engineering to deliver enhanced energy-efficiency, an end-to-end continuum of luminance, and better lighting quality. Jump features what is called “plug and play” installation for simplified maintenance and upgrades, and with the LED option as the light source, has an expected life of 60,000 hours. It carries a 5-year guarantee on the entire luminaire system, including the fixture itself, the driver and LEDs.