The system design of the Quintessence recessed spotlights and recessed floodlights provides a wide range of options for ceiling-integrated accent lighting.
June 15th, 2011
The tiltable and rotatable recessed spotlights accentuate exhibits in the room or on walls and turn them into real eye-catchers. Perfect matching of the lamp, reflector, lens and control gear guarantees maximum efficiency. The modern lighting technology and the glare protection are based on the effective design principles of efficient visual comfort.
The new recessed LED spotlights with narrow spot characteristics can be tilted at up to 40°. The patented, innovative Spherolit lenses produce brilliant light with a highly uniform progression of brightness across the beam. Efficient LED modules with improved power ratings contribute to the growing trend to replace conventional lamps with LEDs. Through their long service life, they also offer significant advantages in terms of running costs.
Narrow spot characteristics are used to accentuate small objects with high light intensity or to project over greater distances between the luminaire and the target object. The beam angle is < 10°. They are part of the comprehensive Quintessence system of ceiling recessed luminaires and spotlights with about 1600 different lighting tools, and share their mechanical qualities such as easy mounting and different options for shape and ceiling trim detail.
ERCO Leuchten GmbH
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