Ovia boosts its floodlighting range

Ovia has just launched its biggest, most comprehensive catalogue since the company was established two years ago. At over 400 pages the new, Ovia Issue 3 catalogue boasts an additional 100 pages on the previous edition and features a raft of brand new products, including additions to the floodlighting range which now incorporates a range of LED asymmetric floodlights.

The new Inceptor Ace range of adjustable, LED asymmetric floodlights provides high quality indoor and outdoor lighting solutions. Asymmetric floodlights are superior in concentrating light where it is needed by using reflectors to direct light in front of the fixture where illuminance is required. With symmetric floodlights, on the other hand, the light is distributed evenly in all directions. Asymmetric floodlights can achieve up to a 50% better output utilisation into the intended illuminated area. With the benefit of a lower light pollution, they are best suited in areas where light distribution and its effect on neighbours is a consideration. This makes them ideal for installation in built-up areas, towns and cities, for example for use in sports grounds, warehouses and loading bays.

All Ovia Inceptor Ace floodlights are IP65 rated and come with a five year warranty. They are available in a black finish, in 50W, 100W, 150W, 200W and 300W versions, with 4000K cool white LEDs. They are supplied with a 2m pre-wired cable flex for quick and easy installation, and a fully adjustable aluminium mounting bracket, which allows full control of the projection angle.

The Inceptor Ace floodlights are also available in photocell versions (100W, 150W, 200W and 300W). With all the features and benefits of the standard fitting described above, the photocell option allows for use with remote PIRs or microwave sensors. The photocell versions turn the light on when the light level drops under 10-20 lux and turns the light off once the light level is over 30-60 lux.

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