IES Selects Hubbell Lighting Luminaires For Annual Progress Report
Aug 22, 2018 03:04PM
By Kathleen Maris
Five lighting solutions from Hubbell Lighting were selected for inclusion in the 2018 Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) Progress Report, a leading industry showcase for the most innovative developments in the art and science of lighting.
The Progress Report’s product submittals are reviewed by the IES Progress Committee, a select group of lighting industry professionals who possess expertise in varied areas within the field. Each submittal goes through a comprehensive judging process and is evaluated for uniqueness, innovation, and significance to the lighting industry.
The luminaires from Hubbell Lighting selected by the progress report committee apply to a variety of architectural and commercial lighting applications, including healthcare, hospitality, and education. This year’s selections include:
Remedi from Hubbell Healthcare Solutions. Remedi is the only bed light to meet the 5:1 (max./min.) uniformity guideline for examination lighting. It is also the optical performance leader for illumination and uniformity with the combination of ambient, reading (horizontal and inclined plane), and exam functions.
Cypher from Architectural Area Lighting. Cypher is the only wall sconce capable of true IES distributions – Type I, II, III, IV Wall Graze, Spot/Column downward distributions, and Type I, II, III, IV Wall Graze, Spot/Column, Pencil Beam upward distributions – in all four directions. It also features an optional RGBW luminous front controlled via Bluetooth or DMX. No other product in its class can offer this feature.
Ouro from KIM Lighting. With its sophisticated styling, spec-grade performance, and intuitive controls capability, Ouro has filled a much needed gap in the market for performance round luminaires. It features more lumen power than any other contemporary round site/area luminaire on the market today.
Pavilion from KIM Lighting. The Pavilion family of architectural bollards has been developed to offer strategic design opportunities for “front of house” applications. With 168 different configurations, it offers more styles than any other bollard on the market. It is also the first bollard capable of producing all IES distribution types and zero up-light.