The detailed and comprehensive Laser Blade range – the invisible line that conjures up circular light as if by magic – has been extended even further to include a brand new size.
October 15th, 2014
So, in addition to the High contrast, General lighting, Wall washer, Adjustable and System53 versions, now there is also Laser Blade L. Laser Blade L adopts both the concept and construction technology of the original Laser Blade High Contrast luminaire, while enhancing its special features by taking them into a new dimension.
Visual comfort is maintained through the use of highly professional optics and Cut Off angles, but also includes a glass cover to protect the lamp. Size and power have been changed too. The single version – just 72 millimetres wide – produces a light flow of 1000 lm, and the luminaire is available with three different colour temperatures, in three different sizes (single, double and triple), and with or without a frame.
A major innovation is the addition of a new colour for the raster. So, alongside the traditional black, there is now also a white version to ensure the device can blend into any architectural context perfectly.
The Laser Blade family continues to grow in order to offer a complete range of highly professional, visually comfortable devices. And this range update also includes a new 2700K colour temperature for High contrast versions and a 12° spot optic for the Adjustable versions.
Innovative, yet simple, in 2013, the original Laser Blade version received numerous prestigious prizes and awards, including the IF Design Award, Red Dot, Lux Innovative Luminaire Award, World Interior News Award and the Exporetail Futurshop prize.
The luminaire’s technical features comply with the EN60598-1 standards and all relevant details.
II/III insulation class
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