European style and efficiency come together in Hera’s range of LED lighting solutions.
October 3rd, 2013
Distributed exclusively in Australia by Lincoln Sentry, Hera combines versatile design and state-of-the-art technology to create high performance luminaires.
All Hera products are laboratory tested to ensure they conform to high standards of stability, reliability and safety such as uniform light colour, extended life expectancy, and minimal failure rate. Combine this with minimal heat generation, low voltage, and an easy plug-and-play installation system, and it is clear that Hera is the answer.
Surface Mount LEDs:
L & Q Pad from Hera are unique, slimline and ultra modern. The latest in Hera’s flat LED under cabinet luminaire range, the L & Q Pad are available in a stainless steel finish, high gloss black or high gloss white.
LED L Pad
LED Q Pad
Create something different with Cove Lighting:
Adopted from restaurant lighting techniques, cove lighting is gaining popularity in modern kitchens for creating a very sophisticated, up-to-date look. It is a method of indirect light built into walls or ceilings. Cove lighting can be installed in a false pelmet or cornice, shining directly onto the ceiling or down onto the wall. It can be used to surround the perimeter of a room or accent chosen walls for a stylised effect.
Hera has produced a new innovative lighting solution using an LED strip for coved lighting. The strip is only 15mm thick and fits discretely into any modern architectural space while being suitable for cove lighting placed in plasterboard and ceilings.
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