Got Pixelated Tape? – Tivoli can help you refresh and replace it.

 

August – 2017

WITH THIS

TivoTape™ HD (High Density) 
Another first from Tivoli Lighting

NOW IN STOCK!
  • 7W/ft
  • 72 LEDs/ft
  • 500 Lumens/ft.
  • CRI 94+
  • eXoShield (IP54)
  • 2 Macadam Ellipse Binning
  • 3oz Copper Trace
  • 1″ Cut Increments
  • 5 Year Warranty
HD TivoTape™ Static White Color Options
HD TivoTape™ Call Out Features
eXo Shield
Ultra-thin-polyurethane film seals the electronic component and circuitry with an IP54 standard
3oz. Copper Trace
HD TivoTape’s 3oz. copper trace allows for greater thermal management and longer life
1″ Cut Increments
HD TivoTape 1″ cutting increments with factory installed lead wires for desired length
DEFINE Series
High Color Rendering Index renders true-to-life color, making colors pop with 94+ CRI
Tivoli Power
Expanded line of power supplies 5W-96W, MLV, ELV and 0-10V dimming
Tight Binning
2-Step MacAdam Ellipse ensures greater color consistency
Taking orders now
Click HEREto “refresh and replace” for your introductory special pricing via email or call our Tivoli sales team for details
Visit HD’s TivoTape™ product page and view the latest specialization on this product
HD TivoTape™ eliminates pixelation, providing even illumination acrossALL of our aluminum extrusions due to its high density of LEDs.
See below for our most popular extrusions or visit our site for our full line of profiles –Click Here
Nova
Surface mounted or suspended application.
Available Lens: Opal
Available Lengths: 6.5′Learn More >>
Horizon
Surface mounted application.
Available Lens: Opal
Available Lengths: 6.5′Learn More >>
Warner
Recessed mounted application.
Available Lens: Opal
Available Lengths: 6.5′Learn More >>
Dyer
Ideal for inside corner application.
Available Lens: Opal
Available Lengths: 6.5′Learn More >>
You’ve Got The Power!
Tivoli’s Eco EM Series Power Supplies
Electronic Low Voltage &
NEMA 3R Magnetic Low Voltage
Features
• Switching electronic power supply
• Dimmable
• Constant Voltage
• Universal input voltage: 100-277V AC
• Single and multiple 12V or 24V DC outputs
• NEMA 3R Rain-tight enclosure for wet locations
•  cETLus Listed
• 5 year warranty

Learn More >>

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HD TivoTape DEFINE Series, Urban Extrusions & Eco EM Series Power SuppliesOur mailing address is:
15602 Mosher Ave. Tustin CA, 92780

 

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Tivoli’s new TivoTape is here

High Density Tivotape is our latest advancement in tape light. When combined with the appropriate mounting channel and lens, it would eliminate the undesirable LED pixilation or hot spots.

Lighting designers, Architects and specifiers would find that pixilation is now a thing of the past!

  • 7W/ft
  • 72 LEDs/ft
  • 500 Lumens/ft.
  • CRI 94+
  • eXoShield (IP54)
  • 2 Macadam Ellipse Binning
  • 3oz Copper T

 

HD tape provides even illumination across most of our aluminum Extrusions.
Multiple Kelvin Temperature options and 1″ cutting increments help you find “The Right Light” solution to any linear tape project.

Learn more at Tivoli

Cerno releases their new product line “Via”

The Via is a versatile light that can be configured as a sconce or flush mount. The sconce is available with an integrated LED or candelabra E12 sockets. The flush mount version is only available with the integrated LED lamping.

The Via is an ideal solution for designers and architects looking for a high quality and competitively priced fixture. The clean minimal design makes this luminaire well suited for hospitality and residential environments.

 

 

New Product: Via
Fixture Type: Sconce or Flush Mount
Lamping: Integrated LED or 2 Candelabra E12 Sockets

(Flush Mount is only available with the integrated LED)

Availability: Available now
List Price (Flush Mount): Integrated LED: $325 list
List Price Range (Sconce): Integrated LED: $325 list     Candelabra E12 Sockets: $295 list

LumenTruss’ Wood Series is Eco-Friendly

On this project, The Five Fisherman restaurant in Nova-Scotia, we chose the Silo model of our Wood Series lights for general illumination.

In conjunction with their agent Next Marketing & Sales, they created a cool lighting scheme having the lights suspended at different heights and illuminating with a warm 3000 Kelvin led light engine.

 

Although the wood series light can come in any length from 12 to 144 inches, for this space, a 48 inch fixture was deemed the best size to keep warm and friendly atmosphere of this Halifax business.

 

LumenTruss offers a variety of wood and aluminum profiles to house various tape platforms depending on your lighting needs. The wood series includes 5 different styles that can even be stained in the field to further add that signature style to your next project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Order your free* sample today!

Get the latest extrusions along with a set of accessories and lens. You will also receive the latest catalog of LumenTruss.

Order now

*Pay only 19.99$ for shipping

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Boyd Releases Their Five Ideas for a Better Work Space

Good lighting at work improves employee satisfaction and leads to increased productivity. We all want comfortable surroundings in the place we spend most of our waking hours. Not only are these five lighting fixtures beautiful, they are also energy efficient. Good lighting at work improves employee satisfaction and leads to increased productivity. We all want comfortable surroundings in the place we spend most of our waking hours.

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LZF Addresses How Color Affects Us

In the first of two articles on color, we explore just some of the psychological aspects of color.
Our world is ablaze with color, found in nature and people, and in the sights, sounds and smells of day-to-day life. Colors provide the bedrock and building blocks of our emotions, and are part of numerous commonplace maxims when describing different emotional states: think about ‘seeing red’ (angry), ‘feeling blue’ (sad), and ‘in the pink’ (healthy). Both consciously and unconsciously, we associate colors with cultural experiences, personal idiosyncrasies, moods and feelings.
In those early schooldays, we are typically taught about the rules and foundations of color: how mixing equal amounts of the three primary colors—red, blue and yellow—will produce three secondary colors—orange, purple and green. We learn about warm colors, cold colors and color combinations (depicted on a color wheel).
As we grow and develop, we identify the colors we derive pleasure from and those we’d rather avoid. We begin to understand the many nuances of color and how color affects our emotions and mood. We recognize the perceived meaning of color in clothing: the authority of black, the steadfastness of brown, the discipline of blue and the power of red. We see the influence of colors in action: the red traffic light signal commanding us to ‘stop’; a green political movement; the ‘yellow (golden) arches’ of a certain fast food behemoth, seductive and shining.
  • Red is a physical and visceral color: one whose properties include strength and stimulation, fire and passion, energy and warmth. Too much red can appear bold, indeed overbearing. Red is the color we see first, and is used to convey caution and danger.
  • Blue is a strong and emotive color. Regarded as an intellectual color, blue tends to affect us mentally as opposed to physically. A serene and calming color, blue tones can stimulate thought and promote concentration.
  • Yellow is an emotional color that buoys mood and temperament; it is optimistic, outgoing, friendly and creative. A strong color, yellow should be used sparingly: too much yellow can give rise to fear and anxiety.
  • Green is a mix of blue (intellectual) and yellow (emotional), and represents balance. A restful color, green is easy on the eye, and promotes harmony and reassurance.
  • Pink is a color with positive virtues, from feeling rosy to reaching the pink of condition. While pink is often used to define femininity, it was once seen as a masculine color. More and more, pink is embraced as a neutral hue, and is associated with balance.
  • Grey is a neutral color (other neutrals include black and white). Often mistaken as detached and unemotional, grey provides a sense of calm, its presence solid and grounding. Grey promotes stability, and a warm grey can alleviate tension and anxiety.
With nine colored timber veneers, LZF has a keen understanding of the principles of color psychology and how color affects emotion. Honed over many years, this understanding guides LZF when choosing colors for its many lighting projects.

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