Embracing the future of lighting technology, ERCO has launched its Logotec LED range.
December 23rd, 2010
The Logotec LED range by ERCO is specifically designed and built solely for LEDs, the long-life and energy-efficient alternatives to conventional lamps.
Logotec LED spotlights combine state-of-the-art system design and energy efficiency to create high quality and environmentally responsible architectural lighting.
Made of die-cast aluminium material for optimum heat management, Logotec LED spotlights reach the full extent of their long service life and provide the best possible output throughout their functional life.
Patented Spherolit lenses allow six different light intensity distributions, ranging from “narrow spot” to “wallwash” and adjustable to suit any type or size of interior.
The Logotec LED range is available in both track-mounted and recessed spotlights for maximum versatility.
The spotlights also come in either round or square formats, ready to suit the architecture and style of all interiors.
No tools are required to mount the Logotec LED range, ensuring simple and economical installation.
Logotec LED spotlights are the stylish and efficient lighting solution for any architectural lighting space.
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