Product description

LED surface mounted luminaire with direct only (-A1) or direct light distribution with indirect lighting corona (-X1) for walls and ceilings. Microprismatic screen for glare-free illumination and perfect uniform illumination.

Slimline luminaire body with integrated driver made of aluminium-profile. Matt silver anodised. On request extensive range of alternative colours (see overview).

LED drivers which can optionally be switched together or dimmed (DALI, Touch-Dim). Factory-set drivers enable different output levels.

Standard LED colour temperature 2700K, 3000K and 4000K. On request 2200K, 3500K, 5000K, 6500K. MacAdam 3 step binning. Colour rendering CRI≥84, CRI>90 on request.

State of the art lens technology guarantees max. wide beam angle for indirect surfaces. Coloured indirect light upon request.

80% of initial output for 50000 operating hours (L80B10 at 25°C and max. Medium-Power). 5 year warranty on all LED boards and LED drivers.

Product family

Concept

GEOMETRIC, PURE, AND TIMELESS

Clear forms, durable materials, high-quality finishes and flat diffuse illumination are the defining characteristics of this flexible product series. The consequently cubic form, with its distinctive contours, enables Cubic to integrate itself subtlety into almost every spatial architecture. This restrained effect, which unobtrusively gives precedence to the architecture, is also mirrored in its diffuse lighting characteristics: it appears virtually to have no edges and manages almost casually to be-come an intrinsic design element of its surroundings. Made from premium materials, the body consists of sharp-edged, anodized silver matt aluminum which can also be finished as an option in high-gloss polished plate thus reinforcing the dematerialized effect of the room. Cubic-LED is available in a great many cubic and cuboid sizes. The luminous flux of each luminaire can be finely tuned to balance one other – this results in a higher degree of freedom in planning the lighting. In this way, perfectly homogenous illumination with the greatest efficiency possible not only satisfies architecturally aesthetic demands but also economic ones.