Concord: Lyteframe | 2004

Developed in 2004, Lyteframe was a modular system, (both recessed and suspended) for a range of lamp types suited to retail display: the popular low-voltage AR-111 halogen, the new Sylvania ES-111 BriteSpot and the robust G12 version of the CDM-T metal halide lamp.

The lamp & reflector assembly were housed in a lockable die-cast aluminium cardanic gimbal frame which allowed for precise positioning.

The recessed product (shown below) featured a reversible frame allowing the installer to choose between a bezel to be shown on the ceiling or to be flush-mounted and plastered-up. The ceiling fixing was driven into place by means of a left-hand threaded screw (so the pad was pressed into the ceiling when screwed clockwise).

Lyteframe was available in single, twin, triple & quad linear formats and used AR-111 halogen, ES-111 BriteSpot and CDM-T metal halide lamps.

Concord Lyteframe recessed triple gimbal, 2006

Concord Lyteframe twin gimbal installed at a TONI&GUY opticians

Concord Lyteframe twin gimbal installed at a TONI&GUY opticians

A Concord:marlin Lyteframe Press Ad from May 2006

A Concord:marlin Lyteframe Press Ad from May 2006