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StyliD PerfectBeam
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Ilti Luce has participated in the project

Ilti Luce is an Italian firm that, since its earliest days, has offered innovative, high-performance lighting solutions that meet the exact customized brief for a project. Having made its name using fiber optics for museum lighting, the company later added LEDs to accentuate leading collections. Since 2009, it has been the “LED Premium Brand” in Philips Lighting’s Professional Luminaires segment. This collaboration was the basis for the StyliD PerfectBeam track-mounted spotlight that was conceived for museums, but is also ideal for the Retail & Hospitality sector. Recalling a camera lens with its minimal design, StyliD PerfectBeam is the latest addition to an existing range of mini spots for lighting display cases. It is available in two versions: Variable Spot and Framing Projector. The former has a zoom mechanism to regulate the beam width between 7° and 43°, while the latter can shape the light beam according to the focal object. This patented system provides superior beam uniformity, with no halos, passive lighting or emissions of UV/IR radiation. Accessory lenses can be used to produce soft, crisp or stripe beams. The spot can also be dimmed using the onboard option or Bluetooth connection to provide the ideal lighting level for the work being lit. Such flexibility means the product can be a permanent solution or altered to meet all display needs.


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