Revolutionary optical, circuit, motor, and wireless communication technologies capture a whole new world of smart lighting.
Smart, adjustable track and down lights are now available in Cambodia, thanks to a newly inked deal between Phnom Penh-based Maxk Lighting and Japanese multinational company MinebeaMitsumi for Saliot Lighting.
Lighting sources and devices are site-dependent and deployment will differ according to the desired effect. To satisfy changing end-user needs, entire lighting plans and equipment often need to be modified or replaced. Saliot makes this a thing of the past: one unit can provide a variety of lighting options adaptable to changing conditions.
The award-winning unit comprises a combination of multiple LED optical elements and intricate prism patterns in Saliot’s lens, which accomplish superior efficiency and ultra-short focus, enabling the lens to freely control light.
Light distribution angle can be adjusted from narrow (10°) to wide (30°) and set to a selected area, optimizing lighting options for any application, for example in a car showroom to highlight the shine and glow of new vehicles, enhancing their luxury and value. Pan and tilt features allow for complete control over flexibility of position while colour temperature and average colour rendering index can be selected whatever the situation or mood.
Saliot’s integrated wireless technology means you can adjust your light setting from the ground at the touch of a button using a remote control or any smartphone. With Saliot comes freedom from complicated adjustments in unsafe and inefficient working environments.
Enjoy flexibility, ease of use, and reduced operational costs with this revolutionary new technology. For product demonstrations, find Maxk Lighting’s Showroom at #46 Mao Tse Toung Blvd.