Recessed wall Luminaire (Indoor Lighting)
The light from recessed wall luminaires can vary enormously. Wide beam luminaires help you to find your way and tend to be smaller in size. Luminaires with directed light are used to illuminate pathways and areas both on the ground and on the ceiling. As an integral part of the architecture, all recessed wall luminaires provide structure and define the room. Since the body of the luminaire is fully installed within the wall, this luminaire causes no risk of accident.
Recessed Wall Luminaires (Outdoor Lighting)
The light from recessed wall luminaires can vary enormously. Wide beam luminaires help you to find your way and tend to be smaller in size. Luminaires with directed light are used to illuminate pathways and areas both on the ground and on the ceiling. Since the luminaire body is fully installed within the wall, recessed wall luminaires pose no risk of accidents.
Wall Luminaire (Outdoor Lighting)
Wall luminaires can provide unshielded, shielded or directed light. They illuminate areas in front of buildings, pathways around buildings, and entrance areas. Wall luminaires provide structure and accentuate wall surfaces and can be arranged individually, in rows or as a group. This type of luminaire is ideal for use as emergency lighting. The work involved in installing wall luminaires is significantly less than for recessed wall luminaires.
In-ground Luminaire (Outdoor Lighting)
On account of their robust design, in-ground luminaires are frequently found in public areas. All light characteristics are possible with light from the ground – from location lights to adjustable floodlights. A very high protection class of IP 68 allows the luminaires to be exposed to long-term flooding. A water column of up to 10 m is possible. The luminaire design made of stainless steel and cast stainless steel is so robust that the luminaires can be driven over with pneumatic tyres. The pressure load can be as much as 5000 kg.
Underwater Luminaire (Outdoor Lighting)
Underwater luminaires are used in swimming pools, water features and ponds. Modern LED technology makes these luminaires extremely low-maintenance. Colour effects, which are particularly popular in spas and wellness areas, are possible via light control. The light output of some models is sufficient to illuminate sculptures, façade elements and buildings from below the water.
Bollard (Outdoor Lighting)
Bollards illuminate pathways and define areas. Areas are structured. Their light ranges from unshielded to directed flat beam. Additional floodlights, sockets as well as passive infrared sensors and emergency lighting can be integrated into bollards.
Pole Top Luminaire (Outdoor Lighting)
Pole-top luminaires are ideal for the illumination of streets and squares. This type of luminaire is suitable for dividing up and structuring outdoor spaces. The safety aspect plays a large part in road lighting. Standards regarding the degree of illuminance and uniformity therefore apply here.
Track Spotlight (Indoor Lighting)
Track spotlights offer compelling lighting solutions, the ability to make quick changes and thus full flexibility when it comes to lighting rooms. They are ideal for use in shops, museums or reception areas such as lobbies. The adjustable luminaires can be integrated into 3-phase Eurostandard-Plus® track systems. Thanks to their wide and versatile spectrum, they meet all lighting requirements in the room. The track system allows the luminaires to be positioned as required to accentuate special areas or exhibits – and to be changed quickly if necessary.