Add light and colour to a space with the latest in LED technology.
June 8th, 2012
Designed by Megabay, Viento is a range of interior and exterior linear LED projectors, perfect for lighting spaces without obtrusive glare.
Available in 3 different colour white temperatures as well as RGBW Colour mixing technology, Viento provides a variety of light distributions and effects.
It also features an optional high impact lens, good for illuminating public spaces that may be subject to vandalism.
The innovative mounting system incorporates 3 linear channels with a mount and pivot bracket, allowing illumination at almost any angle.
Superior performance of 75% lumen maintenance at 50,000 hours and efficacy of up to 100 lumens per watt make for a sustainable solution.
Megabay products are made in Australia and are leading the way in LED technology for interior and exterior applications. ALTI Lighting is proud to be the exclusive Western Australian distributor of Megabay luminaires.
Images courtesy of Megabay. Lighting design: Deepi Naru, NDY Light. Photography: Ross Pottinger, Wink
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