Minimal ceiling depth for a discreet design.
April 19th, 2010
Modual Q is a ceiling mounted downlight product which is slimline (10mm) and can be recessed or applied to the surface.
Its sleek design means it needs minimal ceiling depth.
Because it doesn’t emit heat it can be installed in a range of places not suitable for traditional or halogen lights.
It provides a down beaming light with wide diffusion that gives an even floor to ceiling wall illumination.
It is maintenance free lasting 50,000 hours, emits a warm light similar to an incandescent bulb but use 70% less energy and is twice as efficient as low-voltage halogen lighting.
Modual Q produces a high light output while running at safe-to-touch low temperatures, is 100% recyclable and contains no mercury.
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