Amyas TRK

Product description

With an elegant and clean design, Amyas TRK is suspended luminaire mounted on track. Easy to install by simply clicking the adaptor into place. Suitable for special color temperatures. With eight different lens angles from narrow 10° to wide 60°.

PI-LED - Combines variable white light and light of the RGB color system in one single light source. It can vary the color temperature between 2700K - 6500K along Planckian curve in the course of a day.

The aluminum housing and the three color options: RAL 9003 - signal white, RAL 9005 - jet black and RAL 9006 - white aluminium, give it a modern touch. 

Amyas TRK comes in several series, with a variety of add-ons and controls:

  • Amyas TRK Non-DALI – represents the standard for all projects in the retail sector
  • Amyas TRK DALI – with DALI controls for illumination adjustments
  • Amyas TRK PI-LED –  simulates the spectral quality of natural daylight over the entire day.

Features and Benefits

  • CRI 80 as standard, up to 98 for certain special colors
  • 15 color temperatures, including special colors for food, fashion, art, hospitality (AMB2200) and AGI light
  • Great variety of optics – 8 angles from narrow beams to flood beams
  • Extended lifespan – 50,000h at 90% luminous flux
  • Efficiency: 117lm/W @4000K
  • Intelligent control through the DALI protocol
Similar products
Orsini / Tulip S / Tulip L / Caster / Loki / Chase / Orion / Sola S TRK / Sola M TRK / Sola L TRK / Halo TRK
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Technical data

Ø220x124mm / Ø180x124mm / Cut out Ø170mm / Ø140x115mm / Cut out Ø130mm
Working Temperature
-20C°... +45C° / -4F ... +113F
Housing color
RAL 9003 - Signal white
RAL 9005 - Jet Black
RAL 9006 - White aluminium
Color Rendering
CRI 80 / CRI 93 / CRI 98 / CRI 90
Protection class
Safety Class 1
IK Code
IP Factor
Housing materials
Aluminium & Glass

Applications & References

Grocery & Supermarket

Selling groceries is a highly competitive business. Consumers have a lot of options on their hands, from small corner shops and specialty stores to large hypermarkets and even online shopping. It’s no wonder that the new competitive edge for retailers, is the customer experience.

Lighting has the power to transform the customer experience and therefore influencing purchases. Light can attract attention, guide the eyes and the footsteps and showcase products at their best in full-color, mouth-watering shades.

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Lighting influences desire, purchases and the memory of the shopping experience.

Light is powerful. More powerful than any of us think. In the retail sector light is a decisive factor in helping customers browse, choose, buy and afterward, remember fondly the shopping experience. They may not be able to explain what it was that enchanted them, but we know: it’s the light. Because in retail, the way you showcase items, the visual part of the experience, is one of the most important.

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How we work and how offices look like as a result, has changed tremendously. From cubicles to open spaces, modular and flexible arrangements – workspace has started to reflect the needs of a more mobile, flat, collaborative workforce that demand comfort and privacy.

LED office lighting has to support several functions, beyond workforce requirements: it can showcase your brand and corporate culture, it can increase productivity, well-being, and happiness and finally, it creates significant savings, both in energy and maintenance effort.

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Hospitals and other healthcare facilities are one of the most difficult cases among lighting applications. Lighting has to cater to several categories of users while achieving substantial energy efficiencies.

Doctors and nurses have different lighting needs depending on the tasks performed – lighting in operating theaters is very different to that of nurses’ stations. And patients need lighting that is beneficial to their well-being, speeds recovery and preserves safety, particularly at night or for an older demographic.

On the other hand, healthcare facilities are among the most energy-intensive buildings, running 24/7. Thus, energy efficiency is a major source of cost savings, helping managers to direct funds to better medical equipment or training.

LED luminaires have the capacity to fulfill all these roles, being the perfect solution for modern-day hospitals.

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When it comes to hospitality lighting - the sky is the limit. Hotels, restaurants, pubs and resort - all vary a lot in concept, purpose, and design, thus lighting for hospitality is a case by case instance. The main focus should fall on the aesthetics of the place and the wellbeing of the guest, though.

For the hotelier, an added focus is the energy efficiency of the entire system - given that guest are not the most careful when it comes to shutting off lights. In addition, an intelligent lighting management system that enables you to adjust lighting according to presence is a huge benefit. Think of all the large areas that are infrequently visited such as long corridors, stairways, gyms or spas.

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Lighting for DIY retailers is similar to that of general retail - in that the purpose of the lighting system is to create a differentiating customer experience and at the same time, trigger purchase impulses to increase revenue.

However, given their sheers size, the type of luminaires used differ from smaller footprint retailers. Here, continuous line or trunking systems are recommended, because they allow for maximum flexibility and, most importantly, simplicity.

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