Panos Infinity Q takes the qualities of the Panos Infinity LED range to a new level.
June 27th, 2011
Panos Infinity Q combines the proven qualities of the round downlight into a minimalist square design, creating a luminaire that is energy-efficient and boasts high lighting quality.
The Infinity range is available in Stable White, which gives consistency in colour temperature throughout its service life, and Tunable White, with adjustable colour temperatures from 2,700 Kelvin to 6,500 Kelvin.
Its LED technology makes it over 85% more efficient than downlights fitted with conventional compact fluorescent lamps.
With a service life of 50,000 hours and a colour rendition index of >90 that remains constant over its entire service life, Panos Infinity Q from Zumtobel is the best in its class.
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