Frequently Asked Questions
Currently, we don’t have an offline showroom. Instead, you can contact our product consultant for our virtual reality showroom experience, or a working sample demo and presentation. If you really do want to see something installed, the lighting in the mlight head office is up to date and now mlight Touch enabled. We have the following fittings installed: Swerve, Evelo linear and modules, Prime, Polar, L76, KleoX and Pico.
We at mLight focus on innovation and customisation. We have recently expanded into automation. These combined efforts have defined us as one of Australia’s market leaders and as a viable local alternativel to imported European and Global Lighting manufacturers. We are proud to be Australian engineered and manufactured.
Once you are happy with your Quote, please place a PO with our team, we will then respond with a Job Order and a techincal Shop Drawing, please review the details on the Shop Drawing, sign and return to our team. Your order will be confirmed with an ETA and placed into production, once finished it will be desptached to your address.
RGB is Red, Green and Blue colored LED strip which can be used to create almost any color by mixing these three primary colors together. Most mLight profiles can accomodate RGB strip.
Tunable White (TW) allows you to adjust the CCT of the luminaire from warm white (2700K) to cool white (6500K). Tunable White luminaires can used to simulate the changes in natural daylight that occur throughout the day.
The flux range you will find on our product data sheets indicates the amount of light (lumens) a luminaire can deliver. Normally specified in lumens per metre (lm/m) . The higher the value, the brighter the resulting lux levels will be in the space.
CCT or Correlated Colour Temperature describes how the white light emitted by a luminaire looks and feels. It is measured in Kelvin (K) where 2700K is a warm white, 4000K is natural white and 6500K is a cool white light, similar to natural daylight. CRI or Colour Rendering Index is a measure of the quality of the light emitted from the luminaire. Measured on a scale of 0 to 100, a higher value indicates the ability of the light source to accurately display the true colours of objects under the light.
Warm lumens refers to white light with an orange hue, with colour temperature (CCT) ranging from 2000K – 3000 K. This CCT creates a warm intimate ambience and is typicaly used in residential environments to create a relaxed and comfortable space. Cool lumens refers to white light with a blue hue, with colour temperature ranging from 4000 K and above. This CCT gives you a cool ambience and is typically used in workplace environments and productive spaces to stimulate the occupants.
Luminous efficacy is a ratio of the luminaires light output (lumens) to the power consumed (Watts) by the luminaire. Measured in lumens per Watt (lm/W), the higher the value, the more efficient the luminaire.
If you want more consistent lighting colours, you can go for luminaires with MacAdam Step 2 boards. Mlight has developed our own PLL Boards that use MacAdam 2-LED chips.