Children's Hospital, Milwaukee
Building owner: Ring and DuChateau LLP
Architect: Zimmerman Architectural Studios, Inc
Product: VarioLED™ Flex VENUS RGB SV IP67, VarioLED™ Flex PHOBOS White SV IP67
LED Linear Partner: Wallock Davies and Company LLC
Customer: Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin - NICU
Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA
Photos: C&N Photography, Madison, WI
In the Children’s Hospital in Milwaukee (Wisconsin, USA) the VarioLED Flex PHOBOS SV has been used to impressively illuminate the horizontal curved coves along the corridors. Additionally the VarioLED Flex VENUS RGB SV provides atmospheric lighting and sets some colorful accents on the reception desk.
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LED for Triemli hospital
When the new ward block at Triemli hospital in Zurich is in full operation in 2015, 600 Sanapro luminaires equipped with LED modules and LED drivers from Tridonic will be used to illuminate the patient rooms.
Location: Zurich/Switzerland. Products: Modules LLE, LED Drivers LCAI, DALI-RM
For the patient rooms in the new ward block the architects Aeschlimann Hasler Partner and the lighting designers at Reflexion AG looked for a special luminaire that would meet the requirements of patients, doctors, nursing staff and hospital administrators. Following their specifications, the engineers and designers at Prolux Licht AG developed a modular profile luminaire featuring lighting units for gentle room light, glare-free and shadow-free reading light and bright light from the head to the foot of the bed for medical examinations.
Linear LLE LED modules from Tridonic are used as the light sources for all three lighting functions. Each luminaire is equipped with ten LED engines in two different versions. There is also a single LED that functions as a night light. With all the lighting functions activated at full luminous flux, the luminaire has a power draw of 126 W and provides a total luminous flux of 10,387 lumen.
The LED engines are operated on two LED Drivers of type Driver LCAI one4all integrated in the luminaire housing. The lighting functions can be switched separately via DALI and also dimmed, with the exception of the night light. A Tridonic DALI control module is used to connect the night light to the DALI controller.
This Zurich hospital will certainly not be the only place where Sanapro luminaires with their powerful and durable LED lighting and compact and easy-to-clean housing will be providing impressive results.