Product description

Projector for outdoor applications; surface mounted (ceiling, wall, ground, spike); 3,5W (5° optics), 5W, 7W; 24Vdc; RGB: max 500mA; Lumen output at source: 488 lm (3000K, 5W, CRI 80), 657 lm (3000K, 7W, CRI 80); RGB: 253 lm, R: 82 lm G: 114 lm B: 57 lm (500mA); Delivered lumen output: 352 lm (3000K, 34°, 5W, CRI 80), 463 lm (3000K, 34°, 7W, CRI 80); RGB: 191 lm, R: 70 lm G: 90 lm B: 31 lm (500mA, 34°); 1 power LED High Intensity; 1 power LED (5° optics), 1/4 ANSI BIN (5° optics), 3 step MacAdam, 50000h L90 B10 (Ta 25°C); LED colour: 2700K, 3000K, 4000K; Optics: 5°, 8°, 11°, 17°, sharp 21°, 34°, 45°, 47°, sharp 61°, 68°, 13°x52°, 54°x15°; optical range 9°—36°; LED colour: RGB; Optics: 20°, 34°, 45°, 21°x42°, 42°x21°; CRI: 80, 90; body in AISI 316L stainless steel or anticorodal aluminium, AISI 316L stainless steel bracket, screen in tempered, transparent extra-clear glass; Finishes: black anodized, anthracite, jasper green, cor-ten, stainless steel, grey, white; Ingress protection: IP66; Impact resistance: IK07; Protection systems: IPS, PID; Appliance class: III; Weight: 380 g; Dimensions: Ø54x58 mm.

Product family


Multiple optics for flexible creation

Family of outdoor projectors in three sizes, wattages ranging from 2.5W to 15W and versions with a manual zoom lens to adjust the light beam.

Each version offers the possibility of choosing between two wattages and a wide range of optics, including very narrow 5°, and elliptical optics. Sharp optics are also available, which create light beams with pin-sharp edges. The largest version has elliptical optics, adjusted manually using a magnet, and a shadow-effect filter that recreates the natural dappled effect of light shining through foliage.

Versions with a manual zoom lens to adjust the light beam available with graduations pad-printed onto the trim to allow precise adjustment of the optics’ opening angle.

The projectors use High Intensity LEDs or COB LEDs, according to the model, in the colour temperatures 2700K, 3000K and 4000K or in RGB, and a choice between CRI 80 and 90, for improved colour rendering.