WE-EF has gone for simple clean lines, ease of installation and a wide range of light sources.
April 2nd, 2012
The WE-EF DOC200 family of ceiling luminaires has a totally new look. Everything from “wide beam” area lighting to extremely narrow beams and wall washes are available in the same luminaire design. A true designer’s tool!
As well as WE-EF’s proprietary LED systems, the Zhaga compliant Fortimo from Philips is available; ceramic metal halide and compact fluorescent versions continue to be available. A pan and tilt gimbal will be also be available later in the year in both metal halide and LED versions.
Whether you plan to flood an area with light, light a column, illuminate a wall or highlight an architectural element the DOC200 series provides a tool set to do it all. Installation is simple and options exist for installation in either recessed ceilings or concrete.
In conjunction with a wide range of accessory lenses and filters the DOC200 series is both a sophisticated lighting designer’s tool as well as dependable outdoor light products.
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