Luceco has recently supplied LED lighting for a cutting edge IT company, Storm Technologies based in Watford. Established in 2000, Storm has grown from strength to strength delivering exceptional service to their corporate and public sector clients. As a focused IT company, Storm wanted to be at the cutting-edge of lighting technology too, and selected Leren from Luceco due to its stylish appearance and technical performance. With its sleek modern design, integral sensors with Dali dimmable drivers, the Leren fitted the brief and was approved by the client.
Offering both upward and downward light distribution providing an enhanced overall lit environment, particularly where there are high or open ceiling voids to illuminate, Leren was suspended on 3 metre drops in order to meet the lighting requirements of Storm. Supplied complete with adjustable wire suspensions, Leren benefits from through-wiring, including electrical connectors as standard, to assist with both standalone and continuous run installations. Accessories available include ceiling mount electrical connection rose and blanking modules in 600, 900, 1,200 and 1,500-mm lengths.
The installation was carried out by Clark Electrical & General, who are experts in the design and installation of LED lighting systems. Clark Electrical has provided maintenance and facilities management services to Storm Technologies for many years, recently assisting with Storm’s expansion programme including new warehousing, as well as the offices, administration and staff recreation facilities.
Available as fixed output, DALI dimmable, emergency back-up variants, PIR and LiteIP, Leren offers excellent photometric performance and over 100,000 hours of maintenance free, operational life with an efficacy of 120 Llm/cW, and three lumen outputs: 4,000, 5,200 and 7,500 lm. To integrate with the SAS architectural ceiling area, Ricky Barnes, National Development Business Manager at Luceco also helped to design and supply a modified 1200 x 300mm special recessed luminaire to complete the lighting programme.