Came across this article today. Holy Crap! Any thoughts opinions?>
GHL Pendant LED Official Release
March 29th, 2012
Michael Rice (Dr. Feel Good)
There have been some rumors floating around of a pendant LED
from GHL today, and they have finally issued an official release with some real details. More information will come with the lights full release in May, but already from the information after the break, you can see that they pulled out all he stops with this one.
Yes, GHL will release their own LED
pending lamp soon!
After more than 2 years of development we are proud to present a modern and innovative LED
-lamp, which doesn’t leave any wishes open in my opinion. We didn’t want to release just another LED
-lamp with the usual features, we wanted to develop one of the best LED
-lamps on the market!
Here are some of the highlights – but I will not tell everything, this happens when the lamp is released officially in May!
LEDs: – 8 light colors, all separately dimmable: ultra white, royal blue, blue, true green, yellow, red, hyperred and UV
(420 nm) – 62 LEDs per lamp – 6 separately replacable LED
-clusters on IMS boards –
PAR: I think more than you need!
Intelligence + Userinterface: – own controller (32 Bit ARM) – graphical display, 6 touch-Keys
communication: – radio (2.4 GHz) – USB
Operation modes: – standalone (runs autonomous) – master (controls other lamps wirelessly) – slave (is controlled from other lamps or ProfiLux wirelessly)
Energy: – high-efficiency mode (max. economy and LED
lifetime) – high output mode (max. brightness)
Thermal management: – innovative cooling concept with 4 extremely quiet and compact cooling fans – fans are temperature controlled
Design: – select out of several colors – fans and heatsinks are not visible from outside – ca
. 300 mm x 200 mm x 40 mm
Functions: – sliding clouds and sunrise over several lamps – all illumination functions of ProfiLux – full control over output light spectrum
Others: – firmwareupdates possible – true dimming technology: non visible brightness steps with more than 3000 dimming steps per channel – incl. lamp holder – universal power supply with wide range input
and much much more …
I am quite sure it is worth to wait until May!