Lumenpulse Expands Lumenblade Product Line

LDS Lumenpulse Lumenblade

June 17, 2022

Lumenpulse has extended their Lumenblade product line. The Lumenblade Bollard, Column, and Nano luminaires share the same aesthetics as the Lumenblade Small and Medium to create a fully sustainable family of classic rectilinear area, urban, and professional landscape luminaires that provide continuous lines of quality light.

Lumenblade luminaires are built around Lumenpulse’s Lumencentro light engine. The rectilinear form of the Lumenblade luminaires create a continuous line of light that supports the geometric language of poles and accessories, as well as a multitude of contemporary and heritage architectures and environments.

“We have centred our design on being life-centric, with an eye towards a sustainable quality of light and a low impact on the environment,” said Samuel Landry, Area Lighting Product Design Manager. “These new additions to the Lumenblade family put the right amount of light where you most need it, while also preserving surrounding natural elements.”

With configurations that achieve a perfect 0 BUG rating using well-integrated options such as backlight shields, louvers, and low outputs, these options, grouped with Lumenblade’s cohesive design, produces a reduced visual presence that doesn’t compromise quality of light.Lumenblade luminaires are tuned to the world around them, their innate sustainability is concerned with protecting the natural world while also making urban areas more inviting and livable.

True to the Lumenpulse vision, the Lumenblade family is not just a gorgeous design; it lets the world be seen the way it was meant to be seen. With the option of CRI 90+, Lumenblade fixtures enhance contrasts and greatly increase object identification so that the world can show its true colours. 

Adding the Bollard, Column, and Nano formats gives users even more tools to create paths of light without compromising efficacy and control. With the option of Lumentalk, users can send control signals along existing line-voltage wires and save on construction costs, unattractive conduit installations, and protect landscapes from unnecessary re-trenching. Lumentalk enabled Lumenblade luminaires allow granular lighting control that is unprecedented in the field of outdoor lighting.

The Lumenblade family also has phenomenal outputs starting as low as 200 lumens all the way up to 20,000 lumens, allowing the right amount of light to be chosen for any multitude of sites and environments with minimal impact to the natural surroundings.

Consult the Lumenblade product pages for performance data, IES photometric files, and specification sheets.

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