Lüdenscheid, January 2020: At ERCO from 8 to 13 March visitors from all over the world experience a new range of luminaires, which sets standards with its 28,000 product variants and comprehensive accessories: with regard to light quality, variety and flexibility - during planning and in daily operation. Eclipse was developed for illuminating high-quality museums and galleries, exclusive shops and impressive architecture projects. At the stand, with the use of downlights for tracks, ERCO shows the flexible lighting for co-working spaces and with Atrium double focus a special tool for rooms with a height of up to 12m. The application spaces developed for these purposes demonstrate ERCO’s model of light as the fourth dimension of architecture.
Eclipse: The art of illuminating
With Eclipse, ERCO is presenting a new generation of lighting technology for high-quality exhibition lighting and exclusive retail. The new Darklight lenses guarantee highest visual comfort and project precise light beams. The ray tracing from just one light point achieves a perfectly evenly illuminated surface. The new spotlight programme is conceived as a modular system. Five sizes enable illumination from display cabinet to atrium. Eleven light distributions accentuate precisely - from narrow spot and changeable zoom optics all the way through to homogeneous wall washing. As best contour spotlight in its class, Eclipse excels with its sharply contoured light beam, opaque housing and large projection area. Thanks to six white light spectra, tunable white and RGBW, the light always perfectly suits the application. Eclipse not only fits in the classic ERCO track but also in the new low-voltage track Minirail 48V. A wide range of technical lighting solutions provides additional scope for design and enhances the properties of every spotlight: Light distributions can be changed without using tools, filters produce 24 additional, finely graduated light spectra and additional control possibilities can be simply retrofitted thanks to clever interfaces on the lamp. Never before was there a lamp, which combined these features so perfectly.
You have to experience light
Light is the fourth dimension of architecture. Following this model, with fields of application specially developed for Light+Building ERCO demonstrates solutions for current light design challenges. In this way, with contrasting exhibition spaces in the application field Culture, ERCO emphasizes that when it comes to illuminating art there is no room for compromises concerning light quality. In the field of Work, with its downlights for tracks ERCO presents a convincing solution for making Co-Working Spaces and creative office concepts with light more flexible. Apart from the question of the decisive component for an unmistakable brand experience in the exclusive retail trade, under the title Community ERCO emphasises that high rooms, for instance in airports, can be illuminated according to perception-oriented principles. With a 6m high mock-up, ERCO demonstrates the use of the Atrium double focus luminaire range featuring wallwashers and downlights with up to 10,000lm, specially developed for this purpose.
With the stand at the Light+Building, ERCO is pursuing its goal of a sustainable, resource-saving trade fair architecture. At the Light & Building 2018, ERCO already presented a completely newly designed trade fair stand. Although it was further modified and enlarged this year, a considerable part of the stand has remained unchanged. Thanks to the in-house developed modular construction and the use of sustainable materials, around 80% of the trade fair stand was reused.
The world's leading fair for light and building technology
Frankfurt am Main
Hall 3.0 | Stand A10-11