Exterior lighting company Paviom has launched a new range of linear lighting.
August 30th, 2011
Available through Lighting Options Australia, Paviom’s Limbus and Lentus are versatile new ranges of in-ground and surface-mounted luminaires.
With Limbus and Lentus, specifiers have the freedom of uplighting or wall washing with T5 fluorescent or white, red, green or blue LED for a colourful and contemporary lighting scheme.
Limbus has been designed specifically for wall washing and illuminating low level signage, creating up-lighting effects from a linear in-ground source.
Toughened safety glass makes for a robust, hard-wearing product. LED versions provide glare-free illumination for dramatic effects or route guidance.
Lentus luminaires offer even more versatility. They’re perfect for indoor or outdoor, ground or wall mounted applications, allowing a uniform lighting scheme from exterior to interior.
Lentus is available in LED, symmetric, asymmetric and wall/ceiling wash, with the option of a graphite black, grey or bronze finish.
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