WAC Lighting's Vela OLED chandelier, introduced in July 2012, has received the "Lighting for Tomorrow 2013" Award under the OLED category. This year is the first time that OLED luminaires were eligible to enter the competition, as "Lighting for Tomorrow" has recognized OLED technology as a viable competitor for their innovative, energy saving competition.

The Vela is an aluminum made lamp that has 24 OLED lighting panels. 12 panels illuminate surfaces below and 12 additional panels shine upwards - to render a "soft ambiance that evokes a lighter sense of space and visual comfort". The light output is 2040 lumens at 58 watts (35.2 lm/W). The CRI is 80, and the color temperature is 4000K. I do not know who provides the actual OLED panels.

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