Product description

Cubic A2 | Wall-mounted and ceiling-mounted luminaire for T5, TR5 or TC-L lamps. Direct light distribution
Luminaire body made of aluminium profile, natural anodized
Alternative optic versions: Microprismatic Screen made of micro-structured special methacrylate, suitable for office lighting according to EN 12464-1 / Opal-Diffuser made of matt opal methacrylate, suitable for general lighting
Dual-Optic consisting of an opal diffuser and an integrated spotlight, for a combination of basic illumination and accent illumination; spotlight rotates through 360°, pivots through 60°
No-tool maintenance and relamping thanks to patented snap-in mechanism. Electronic ballast, optionally switchable, dimmable 1-10V or dimmable DALI
Emergency lighting components optionally integrable.

Also available as efficient LED version (medium- or highpower).

Product family

Concept

GEOMETRIC, PURISTIC, TIMELESS

Clear forms, high-quality materials and surfaces, as well as a diffuse spread of light across the surface are the definitive characteristics of this highly 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 become an intrinsic design element of its surroundings. Made of premium material and satisfying the highest of demands, the body consists of sharp-edged, anodised silver matt aluminium which can also be finished as an option in high-gloss chrome plate thus reinforcing the dematerialised effect of the room. Cubic-LED is available in a great many different quadratic and rectangular sizes. The luminous flux of the luminaires have been finely tuned to suit each other – this results in a high 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.