Ax-Line by LIGHT BY STENG

Ax-Line

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Designer Peter Steng
Launched in 2002
Architonic id 1079614

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AX-LINE
Low-voltage Track System

The AX-LINE low voltage track system was newly developed by Peter Steng and introduced to the public in Spring 2002. AX-LINE is exemplary in both design and engineering. Pure high-tech. Perfect function. Purist design. Limitless usage. Ideal for stores, exhibition center, factories, offices, apartments. The track is only 12mm in diameter. The surface is finished in gloss-nickel or alternatively in satin-nickel. This development is based on a system philosophy. Because of its design, AX-LINE can be either wall mounted or ceiling mounted. The track comes equipped with STENG plug-in connectors and therefore enables the user to connect the complete STENG low-voltage fixture range to the system. The track is field cuttable with a hacksaw.

AX-LINE TUTTO
Track System

With the AX-LINE TUTTO, we offer you a comprehensive, value-for-money system in various lengths, including a flat transformer. The transformer is directly connected electrically and mechanically with the track, and so no further power feeds etc. are required. The track is easy to shorten and is thus to be mounted centrally offset directly connected to the power supply. The AX-LINE TUTTO is ideally suited to installation over the dining table, to take all STENG low-voltage pendant lamps. The transformer's maximum output is 12 V/105 W. AX-LINE TUTTO is supplied complete with the adapters for taking all STENG low-voltage plug-in lamps.


Product group: Lighting systems Low voltage track lighting
Designer: Peter Steng

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