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A space designed with 100% LED technology and fully integrated to a KNX control system where visitors can take a first-hand look at lighting concepts, light control features and different kinds of light applications to suit their project requirements.

Concepts of light and magnitudes

What is light? How do we get white light? See how we get white light in visual experiences combining the three colours (red, green and blue). An explanation is also given of standardised light measuring parameters.

Colour temperature and CRI

Colour rendering indexes and colour temperatures condition the way people perceive objects. This showroom displays the different options available today, explaining the most advisable depending on the needs of each project, above all for retail businesses and shops.

RGB and Dynamic White Luminaires

Coloured light is gaining ground among those in favour of its use and new installations without a touch of colour are few and far between. When using coloured lighting, a number of parameters must be born in mind given that their use could distort the end result. The same occurs with dynamic whites, increasingly used in shops, workplaces and homes, as they could even go as far as to affect peoples’ moods by altering their circadian rhythm.

Accentuation by means of optics

Specific lighting for museums, exhibitions, framing... creating accent lighting that shines at a certain angle and in a particular direction to highlight specific elements.

UGR – Unified Glare Rating

This parameter quantifies the glare generated by a luminaire in the observer’s field of vision. Great care must therefore be taken when choosing the appropriate luminaire for every situation, depending on how the space is used.

Decorative lighting

Display of wall lights, playing with light and shadow, demonstrating that decoration is not only a question of the product design but that light effects can be used to obtain pleasing and surprising results.

Lighting as part of architecture

It is increasingly common for architecture and decoration studios to incorporate fully integrated lighting which interacts with the architectural design, adapting to each space.

Road, ornamental and warning lighting

There is increasing interest in using this kind of lighting to add value to our towns and cities, while also improving their image. Here we not only refer to street lighting, but to the addition of light effects to different buildings, parks, gardens, etc.

Spectacular lighting

There is increasing interest in using this kind of lighting to add value to our towns and cities, while also improving their image. Here we not only refer to street lighting, but to the addition of light effects to different buildings, parks, gardens, etc.

Emergency lighting

Provides necessary and essential lighting to ensure that we can continue to see properly in the event of electricity failure. Though sometimes undervalued in projects, a big mistake, the shape and design of the elements that provide this kind of lighting have significantly evolved, meaning that they can now be incorporated to general lighting and no longer pose a problem of aesthetics.

Control systems

To ensure that lighting is no longer a static element, we use control systems to lend it intensity and colour. Thanks to these systems we can control light to obtain myriad effects and sequences, making our installations more dynamic with no need for modifications, simply by giving good thought to the initial installation.

Smart panel

Today evolution affects not only lighting, but electricity panels too. Here we have a Smart Panel which, by means of an application, allows you to consult its status, how much the installation consumes, fully control its circuits and receive warnings for remote reconnection, providing fast solutions to common problems.

For more information

Av. Manoteras 24, 28050 Madrid, Spain
Tel. 911 61 00 12 ofimadrid@electricidadguerra.com

We integrate lighting with other solutions

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At our showrooms you can discover and experience the latest trends in home automation, building automation and control, lighting and HVAC systems.
All these systems are designed to offer you the greatest comfort with the minimum energy consumption.

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