With a diameter of only 52 mm, PAN is the smallest spotlight for façade lighting available on the market.
February 22nd, 2012
The rugged spotlight can be fitted flexibly in a downlight or uplight position to highlight architectural details, which makes it an expert for illluminating windows and cornices while remaining perfectly unobtrusive itself. The luminaire made of die-cast aluminium features IP65/67 protection, and comes ready for recess and for surface mounting using a surface-mounted housing, demonstrating its strengths for both modern buildings and buildings protected as historic monuments. PAN is fitted with a high-output LED and requires minimum power of only 1.25 W; it is therefore a contemporary and sustainable alternative to conventional floodlights with high lumen output.
Thanks to the wide range of models available, the maintenance-free LED luminaire provides plenty of design freedom: the choice of optical systems available includes narrow-beam spots and a wide-angle flood optic through to an elliptical lens with asymmetrical light distribution. Colour temperatures of 3,200 K and 6,000 K make PAN perfect for illuminating a variety of materials and surfaces such as aluminium and sandstone. Energised with 350 mA, the luminaire can be wired conveniently and quickly with an external supply box with a built-in converter.
Housing made of die-cast aluminium (copper-free) with high corrosion protection.Dual-layer epoxy and polyester powder-coating in silver-grey finish for best possible resistance.Luminaire cover made of chemically toughened, transparent safety glass, fixed using silicon adhesive.
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