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Hunza's Ultra 35

Hunza's Ultra 35 is a compact outdoor wall or pole mounted spot light with available beam angles from 13-34 degrees, three color temperatures, and various glare control accessories.  The Ultra 35 completes the Ultra family and is also available with RGBW color mixing.


Point Lighting manufactures a full range of LED & incandescent heliport & helipad lighting - including perimeter, lighted wind cone & surface floodlights. Standard and custom light controllers including solar powered and battery backup systems are also available.


Eye's WPD Deluxe Wallpack is an elegant and unique design with an articulating head that allows calibrated aiming in a 90° arc. An optional button photocell allows for dusk to dawn operation, while the optional battery backup provides light for emergency egress.

Wall Shadows by Nemo

Nemo's Wall Shadows blurs the lines between sculpture and light fixture. Several hidden LEDs create a soft glow that highlights the angular design. Wall Shadows is available in several sizes in matte white powder coated aluminum.

Ferroluce's Retrò in Vietri sul Mare

Architect Matteo Barbato called on the timeless charm of Ferroluce's handmade Retrò collection to complete the nostalgic feel of the Bracera Il Conte restaurant in Vietri sul Mare, Italy. The fixtures renewed the space, while feeling like they've been in place for ages.


Verbatim's LED PL lamps have a similar form factor and light distribution as CFL lamps, are plug 'n' play compatible with most electronic instant-start ballasts, and can be installed horizontally or vertically.

New Forum website

Forum Lighitng has just launched a new site for their suspended, recessed and cove architectural lighting systems. The site also features a gallery with product applications and custom projects.

Neri Lang

Lang is a post top luminaire designed for Neri by Danish firm ÅF Lighting. Lang reflects the Scandinavian design principles of simplicity and balance, yet is highly customizable. The fixture is equipped with two separate optics and drivers, as well as a "blade" that allows custom shade options.


Steinel's IR Quattro allows you to cover more space with fewer sensors. In a 9 foot ceiling, the Quattro is able to cover an area of 4000 square feet. The IR Quattro is also available with wireless remote commissioning, making setup convenient and fast.