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Why BoldPlay ?. Brilliant Design. Intuitive Engineering Innovation + Design = Performance Serious Energy Savings Ideal direct/indirect distribution maximum row spacing Exceptional Ceiling Uniformity Low peak candela angle = close-to-ceiling installation.

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why boldplay
Why BoldPlay?

Brilliant Design. Intuitive Engineering

Innovation + Design = Performance

Serious Energy Savings

Ideal direct/indirect distribution

maximum row spacing

Exceptional Ceiling Uniformity

Low peak candela angle = close-to-ceiling installation

fearless innovation in architectural led lighting
Fearless Innovationin Architectural LED Lighting

MesoOptics

Nanotechnology

LED Light Guide Technology

High performance

LED luminaire

serious performance
Serious Performance

True D/I performance allows:

  • Lower power densities
  • Maximum visual comfort
  • Wider fixture spacing
  • Unparalleled uniformity
  • No direct view of light source

Peak candela angle is 112.5° and 3.8:1 Peak-to-zenith.

55° brightness control meets RP1 for intensive spaces.

27.5° peak angle minimizes veiling reflections.

70% up/30% down

design for success
Design for success.

LED 4800 lm

48’Lx26’Wx10’H

12’o.c.

39 fc

0.60W/ft2

1.94:1

102 lm/W

Light Source

Room Size

Spacing

Light Level

Energy Density

Ceiling Uniformity

Luminaire Efficacy

make a lasting impression
Make a lasting impression.

LED 4800 lm

18’Lx12’Wx9’H

23 fc

0.43W/ft2

102 lm/W

Light Source

Room Size

Light Level

Energy Density

Luminaire Efficacy

polished appearance unrivaled performance
Polished appearance,unrivaled performance.

LED 3400 lm

15’Lx12’Wx9’H

7.5’ o.c.

34 fc

0.72W/ft2

1.06:1

106 lm/W

Light Source

Room Size

Spacing

Light Level

Energy Density

Ceiling Uniformity

Luminaire Efficacy

in a class of its own
In a class of its own.

LED 4800 lm

40’Lx24’Wx16’H

12’ o.c.

37 fc

0.78W/ft2

1.07:1

102 lm/W

Light Source

Room Size

Spacing

Light Level

Energy Density

Ceiling Uniformity

Luminaire Efficacy

adding distinction to extraordinary spaces
Adding distinction to extraordinaryspaces.

LED 4800 lm

60’Lx10’Wx9’H

10’ o.c.

20 fc

0.47W/ft2

3.81:1

102 lm/W

Light Source

Room Size

Spacing

Light Level

Energy Density

Ceiling Uniformity

Luminaire Efficacy

make a bold statement
Make a bold statement.

LED 3400 lm

60’Lx32’Wx12’H

12’ o.c.

37 fc

0.60W/ft2

106 lm/W

Light Source

Room Size

Spacing

Light Level

Energy Density

Luminaire Efficacy

flexible distributions
Flexible Distributions

80% Down

Variable Optics Kit

20% Up / 80% Down

100% Down

Variable Optics Kit

100% Down

complementary wall mount
ComplementaryWall Mount

60% Up / 40% Down

application guide
Application Guide

Lighting power density and illuminance information are average maintained values based on predictive engineering analyses in an open plan area measuring 60'W x 60'L x 9’0"H; with room reflectances of ρc 80/ρw 50/ρf 20; and LLF of 0.85 in all cases. Lumen outputs based on 4ft nominal. Changes to fixture mounting and/or workplane heights affect uniformity and to a lower extent light levels, but have no significant impact on energy performance. Ceiling uniformity values are calculated using a statistical area of exitance values, using as a reference, a plane located between a point on the ceiling above a luminaire's photometric center, and the mid-point between two rows of luminaires. All application results have been calculated using real luminaire photometric test data and OEM published system specifications for Philips Ledalite factory standard components at the time of publication. Modifications to architectural conditions, luminaire components, and calculation parameters will yield different results.

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Example label. For current U.S. DOE Lighting Facts verified data,

please visit ledalite.com/boldplay

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Fixture photometry has been conducted by a NVLAP accredited testing laboratory in accordance with IESNA LM-79-08. Lumen maintenance of the LEDs used in this fixture has been tested by the LED manufacturer in accordance with IESNA LM-80-08.

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L80

  • Lumen maintenance:
  • TM-21-11: L85 (6K) >36,000 hours*
  • L80 > 60,000 hours
  • *IES TM-21-11 only allows lumen maintenance projections up to 6 times the test duration (in hours) of LM-80-08 measured data.
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LEDs

Driver

Fixture

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Solar powered occupancy sensor

The solar powered occupancy sensor significantly enhances energy savings by automatically dimming

down and then turning off when the space is vacant.

Intelligent Transceiver

As the hub of system intelligence, the Airwave transceiver receives wireless signals from each device and commands the associated light fixtures to turn on, turn off or dim.

Solar powered photosensor

The solar powered photosensor harnesses energy from natural light via integrated miniature photovoltaic cells and constantly monitors illumination levels.

Kinetic energy switch

Kinetic handheld remote

The wireless and battery-free Airwave wall switch and remote handheld control are powered by the simple motion of pushing the switch; creating just enough kinetic energy to send a wireless signal to the transceiver.