The new LED luminaires by Waldmann represent a giant developmental leap in office lighting with LEDs.
Sustainable illumination for a two-person workplace with the free-standing luminaire TYCOON LED
The free-standing LED luminaires of the ATARO and TYCOON design series are based on Zhaga-compatible LED light engines that can illuminate a two-person workplace with high light quality and energy efficiency. This is made possible by the strong luminous flux of 9,000 lumens. These luminaires radiate neutral white light at 4,000 Kelvin. While the TYCOON LED is equipped with a CDP diffuser, the ATARO LED has light amplifying AMBIO microprisms in combination with so-called light-forming technology. This transforms the punctiform light characteristics of light-emitting diodes into a homogeneous wide-area light and increases efficiency at the same time. One hardly notices any difference to luminaires from the same family of lamps with conventional fluorescent technology. The installed capacity of the free-standing LED luminaires is 105 watts at the most, though the built-in daylight and presence sensor PULSE HFMD can cut the actual power consumption to half that amount.
TYCOON LED: The use of LED light engines according to the Zhaga standard affords a future-proof concept
ATARO LED: high energy efficiency and light quality
ATARO LED: a giant developmental leap in office lighting with LEDs