Plessey has unveiled a new LED beam control module, branded Stellar, the company's latest, GaN-on-silicon, LED solution showcasing the combination of Plessey's MaGIC low-cost, high-efficiency, surface-emitting LEDs with 'unique' modular optics representing the next phase in LED lighting, says the company. Dr. Keith Strickland, Plessey's CTO, said, "As part of our chip scale optics development we have developed a variety of solutions for beam control off the LED chip. This is an exciting development for LED modules and lighting designers. Getting light to where you need it is critical in industrial, retail, hospitality and outdoor lighting. Stellar provides lighting designers with the design freedom needed for lightweight, low profile, less bulky designs. As this is our first year exhibiting our LED and lighting solutions at Light and Building, we are very excited about releasing some of our newest developments using our GaN-on-silicon technology. We will be sharing with the leading lighting companies some lighting ideas that take advantage of our technology, including those related to on-chip beam forming." Giuliano Cassataro, Plessey's LED sales director, added: "With the release of Stellar, we have demonstrated that we have the technology and supply chain to provide mass customization of lighting solutions for manufacturers in all segments of the lighting market. Stellar will permit lighting designers to improve the reliability and quality of light using our state-of-the-art LED light engine for most applications. We are thrilled that we will be showcasing this integration of solid state lighting solutions at Light and Building 2016 and look forward to meeting leading lighting designers at the show." Light and Building 2016, Hall 6.2 stand C11. Fair and Exhibition Centre, Frankfurt, Germany.