SELA mood lighting to grace STAG Group stand


Next-generation mood lighting from SELA will be launched on the STAG Group’s stand at Aircraft Interiors Expo, to be held in Hamburg, Germany, on April 14-16, 2015. The STAG Group, which represents SELA in the UK, returns to the exhibition with a larger stand and will present its full portfolio of aircraft interior products, including non-structural vacuum-formed plastic moldings, crew and passenger seats, business-class workstations, galleys, toilets, windows and panels.

SELA is enhancing its Clematis range. It is offering a complete set of LED RGBW cabin lighting fixtures, which can be operated with a passenger’s smartphone or tablet. “The introduction of the Clematis system in ACJ cabins has opened up infinite possibilities in mood lighting,” said Thibaut de Bouillane, the STAG Group’s commercial director. “Light color, intensity, transitions and zoning can all be set up within the cabin environment. This not only enhances the traveler’s environment, but the ability to adjust lighting to match the ambient level at the traveler’s destination is a major benefit.

“The days of quick switching of harsh fluorescent lighting are now well and truly over. With an infinite number of lighting options, to avoid supplying systems with too much choice and control complexity, the color, intensity and transition algorithms of the new mood lighting are software-driven. This means complex programs, based on research into passenger behavior and tailored to the operator’s needs, can be developed and easily uploaded to onboard lighting software using a simple tablet or PC.”

In addition to SELA lighting systems and its own in-house product range, the STAG Group’s Aircraft Interiors division also represents Lord Corp, Actron Manufacturing, Davis Aircraft Products, Parasol Aviation, Saint Louis Designs, Wollsdorf Leather, Gama’s Infant Seat and The Young Engineers.

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