Revolutionary task lighting.
April 19th, 2010
Office Air represents a revolution in task lighting.
This free-standing light provides both direct down lighting and indirect uplighting.
These features can operate independently of each other.
The light is difused with acrylic glass which eliminates glare and directs the light down by using conical indentations.
Office Air comes with a presence detector and an ambient light sensor, so when you leave the area it will switch automatically to ambient light mode and when you return it will dial up the light for task lighting.
Office Air is designed by architects and represents total energy efficiency combined with aesthetics.
Maintenance free, it lasts 50,000 hours, emits a warm light similar to an incandescent bulb but uses 70% less energy and is twice as efficient as low-voltage halogen lighting.
It has a high light output while running at safe-to-touch low temperatures is 100% recyclable and contains no mercury.
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