Narrow Beam Angle

Medium Beam Angle

Wide Beam Angle

Bi-Directional Beam Angle

Total Uniformity

Total Flexibility​ Our fittings are designed to be easily adapted to any requirement

Precise control means no wasted lumens

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Lumenox ELISE® is based on Waveguide lighting technology. We shine the light sideways into a solid, cast acrylic rod and reflect it out. There is no secondary optic, eliminating one of the biggest causes of dissatisfaction with current LED products – our simple approach delivers significant benefits.

Human-Centric Benefits

  • Superior colour definition and CRI
  • Zero colour distortion regardless of beam angle
  • Precise placement of light eliminating unwanted spill
  • Significantly reduced UGR
  • Very low flicker (3%)

Efficiency and Reliability

This design also allows the LED to be driven at significantly lower drive currents than traditional LED fixtures, some of the benefits of which are:

  • Extremely effective lumen output and efficacy
  • Reduced heat
  • Significantly increased longevity and reliability

The result of under-running the LED’s capacity (<10%) and running the driver at optimal performance (96%), flicker in ELISE® is just 3% compared with >20% on most current LED fixtures.

Our Patents

Lumenox Patent GB2518824 (Granted) – Light emitting device

Protects: An alternative encapsulation of our certified floodlight LED array

Abstract: A light emitting device comprises a container, a PCB disposed inside the container, an LED mounted on the PCB, and a reflector member. The reflector member defines an enclosure area within which the LED is disposed. A first encapsulating material is disposed in the container and encapsulates the PCB and a second encapsulating material is disposed in the enclosure area and encapsulates the LED. The second encapsulating material is transparent.

Lumenox Patent GB2518825 (Granted) – A lighting unit

Protects: The certified separate arrangement of components within our enclosures so that individual elements can be replaced (for example the drivers or LED modules).

Abstract: A lighting unit comprises a housing, LED box, and a power supply box configured to supply power to the LED box. The LED box and the power supply box are both mounted on a base of the housing, and the LED box and the power supply box are both inside of the housing. The base is provided with a secondary heat sink comprising fins for dissipating heat transferred to the base by the LED box and the power supply box.

Lumenox Patent GB2531689 (Granted) & EP3214365 (Pending) – A lighting apparatus

Protects: Certified Elise technology

Abstract: A lighting apparatus comprises a lighting cup and a waveguide having an end in the lighting cup. The lighting cup emits light into the end of the waveguide, and the waveguide has a reflector aligned along its length for emitting light from the waveguide. A LED package is mounted inside the lighting cup, and the lighting cup is filled with a transparent encapsulant material to keep gases in the environment away from any conductors of the LED package that could cause sparking so that the apparatus is safe for use in hazardous environments where explosive gases may be present. A method of manufacturing the lighting apparatus is also provided.

Lumenox Patent GB1803481.9 (Pending) – Light emitting device

Protects: The certified encapsulated LED array used in our floodlights

Waveguide Patent GB2518355 (Granted) – Improvements in or relating to a lighting apparatus

Protects: The unique Waveguide Lighting optic used in all products.

Abstract: A lighting apparatus comprises a waveguide and a lighting device at an end of the waveguide. The waveguide is capable of sustaining total internal reflectance and has a reflector on its surface to reflect light from the waveguide. The lighting device has at least one LED to emit light into the end of the waveguide.


Colour, Colour Shift and CRI

See below macadam ellipse chart. This shows “True” colour of the LED in CCT – the macadam ellipses show acceptable deviation from true colour, dependent upon what has been specified:

See below representations of CIE charts of various LED fixtures. Optimal measurements should be close together on the curve, which means the optics are not changing the colour from the LED and colour shift with angle is minimal. The greater the distance, the more the colour is being changed and the further the points apart, the more the colour and CRI changes by angle.

Typical LED 1

Typical LED 2