June 22, 2023
Hydrel, a provider of outdoor architectural and landscape lighting products, recently announced the release of its innovative FLAME lighting technique featuring two color distributions from a single fixture.
FLAME is a new play on RGBW LED light. The patent-pending lighting technique comprises of a central beam with an outer beam that blends harmoniously and creates an impressive accent gradient effect. This unique optical engineering design is currently available with SAF7, SAF14, and SAF28 floodlights in RGBW.
Designers can also select 4000K color temperature for a play on white with a pop of color creating a sophisticated lighting design while enhancing various architectural elements.
FLAME lighting techniques from Hydrel
With a 30° outer beam and 10° central beam, Narrow FLAME highlights vertical forms and surfaces such as trees, facades, and columns. Narrow FLAME adds depth and captivates architectural elements with an accent gradient effect.
The versatile Wide FLAME creates a blended gradient effect with its 70° outer and 30° central beams. It can showcase playful, blended textured surfaces, or emphasize an intentional spill on overhangs. Wide FLAME can uplight support columns with deliberate spill for roadway underside canopies or arches. Or it can spotlight for a smooth gradient effect across foliage.
Lotus FLAME creates a dramatic lighting effect along a wall or an overhang. Its 70° outer beam and 10° central beam showcases stark intentional individual columns while washing the overall facade.
Two independently controlled DMX circuits (with an optional RDM) manage the outer and center beams. As with the SAF architectural family, the SAF floodlight also offers Quad Tech that ensures no color separation and high-performance color mixing. Its optimal LED driver means no loss of lumen output. A selection of external accessories, finishes and mounting options are available to meet specific project needs.
Hydrel is also introducing a FLAME visualizer, enabling lighting designers to experiment with the new lighting technique against different facades.
FLAME Visualizer is available here Flame.Hydrel.com
Full details on FLAME available here SAF RGBW with FLAME
SAF family details are available here SAF Architectural Floodlight Family