Led Industrialand Commercial Linear High Bay And Low Bay 40w 80w 120w 160w 200w 240w Wholesale to Greece

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Item No.: SP-LB8006-1F (40W), SP-LB8006-2F (80W), SP-LB8006-3F (120W), SP-LB8006-4F (160W),

SP-LB8006-5F (200W), SP-LB8006-6F (240W),

Key Features:

Heavy-dutyanodized extruded aluminum housing.LED SMD chip module with different beam angle distribution optics and Meanwell driver.50000 hours life spanHigh performance heat sinksSystem efficacy greater than 130lm/W.Uniform and energy conscious illuminationEasy installation and free maintenanceIP65 rated, Suitable for wet locationETL Listed , DLC premium qualified

Energy and Performance Data:

Item No

SP-LB8006-1F

SP-LB8006-2F

SP-LB8006-3F

SP-LB8006-4F

SP-LB8006-5F

SP-LB8006-6F

Lumens

5200lm

10400lm

15600lm

20800lm

26000lm

31200lm

Power

40W

80W

120W

160W

200W

240W

Efficacy

115lm/W

CCT

3000K ,4000K , 5000K , 5700K

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  • „WHAT IS UP?” is an architectural projection on „de Pakkerij” – a typical Dutch dwelling house in the city center of Enschede / Netherland. It was performed during the International Festival of Arts “Grenswerk” on the 25th of September 2010.

    A house located in a dark street. A young man ambles along the sidewalk and returns home. He enters his own leisure area and sheltered home in order to withdraw from the outer world. In its surrealistic occurrence that space does not refer to any realistic scenario. The projection bypasses any extended borderline framing human intimacy – and gives a deep insight to our protagonist`s soul.

    By means of a precise fitting projection the whole house turns into a three-dimensional vast room hosting a human being of huge proportions. The conventional physical laws appear to be repealed and strangely linked to the mental processes of the protagonist. Sudden changes of gravity or mysterious modifications of the walls take place. The house seems to have a life of its own.

    The house facade thereby marks the dividing membrane between a private sphere and the public space where the audience is located. The architectural surface is staged as a boundary layer similar to human clothing – the facade acts as an interface to people’s deepest privacy. The projection screens this separating layer and provides an intimate view of the young man`s inner life to the audience.

    “WHAT IS UP?” focuses on the question of how someone reacts if nothing is like it used to be. The basic Idea was to reflect upon our constructions of inside and outside. It examines the relation between defined physical boundaries of our living environment and the limits of our distinct “soul space”. Despite being challenged by extraordinary occurrences the main character deals with all unexpected effects in a playful way. He easily comes up with solutions. He dances life and simply says ‘WHAT IS UP?’.

    Actors: Constantin Georgescu, Angela Kecinski, Till Botterweck

    Concept / art direction: Thorsten Bauer, Max Goergen

    Compositing: Thorsten Bauer, Max Goergen, Till Botterweck

    3D Operator: Peter Pflug

    Sound design: Jonas Wiese
    Bass clarinet: Tomppu Houtari

    Box construction: Falk Richter, Sasa Kloos, Dr. Wolfgang Fendrich, Rene de Vries

    Set Assistant: Moritz Horn, Andy Rosenthal

    Producer: URBANSCREEN

    Produced for Grenswerk-Kunstenfestival Enschede

    Realized with: Wings VIOSO Server



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