The Lighting Quotient, a U.S. manufacturer of energy-efficient lighting fixtures, is a recognized winner in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2013 Next Generation Luminaires Solid-State Lighting Design Competition for its elliptipar S171 Outdoor with fraqtir optical technology.
The distinction was one of 26 commercial LED outdoor lighting products recognized in the competition, which is sponsored by the DOE, Illuminating Engineering Society of North America and the International Association of Lighting Designers. The Lighting Quotient was recognized in the Façade Accent Lighting category.
This is the fourth time The Lighting Quotient has won the Next Generation Luminaires Competition, receiving “Best in Class” recognition on two prior occasions.
“The luminaires are put through a rigorous evaluation and testing process by industry experts, and to have our product recognized is something that we are very proud of,” said Paul Ford, Vice President, Design Engineering, The Lighting Quotient.
The elliptipar S171 linear outdoor asymmetric LED luminaire features adjustable and lockable aiming. The extruded aluminum housing provides a watertight enclosure for universal voltage drivers, and patented fraqtir optics that deliver a uniform, scallop-free and striation-free wash of light onto the target surface.
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