Zumtobel are proud to present SLOTLIGHT II, the straight-ahead luminaire
November 21st, 2008
The new SLOTLIGHT II from Zumtobel creates uniformly illuminated lines, making it the perfect interior design element. Instead of displaying a luminaire unit, the new light line focuses on outstanding lighting technology.
SLOTLIGHT II offers amazing versatility, with 90º angle illuminated ‘L-connectors’ taking light around corners. Room geometries can be made clear more effectively, room zones can be redefined, and corner areas can be brought into sharper focus using light.
SPOTLIGHT II can also be installed with IP 54 protection, making the units dust-proof and splash-proof for sheltered outdoor application.
Thanks to its Luminance Reducing Optic (LRO), SLOTLIGHT II does away with annoying reflections on screens, meaning they can be arranged anywhere in the room regardless of workstation positioning.
SLOTLIGHT II also comes in a convenient and energy efficient LED model with the unique LUXMATE EMOTION control system, creating dynamic colour sequences. The EMOTION touch panel allows ease of use and programming while offering further potential energy savings.
Offered as either a pendant or recessed lighting solution, SLOTLIGHT II is the ‘straight-ahead luminaire’.
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