The fixture provides mainly direct downward illumination. The shade is lit up from within and creates a soft diffuse upwards light. Depending on the choice of reflector, the downward lighting characteristics will vary. The reflector types have been designed in different variations to provide either asymmetric or rotation symmetric distributions of light.
Aluminium coloured with textured surface, powder coated.
Shade: High pressure moulded white opal acrylic. Reflector: Metallized, high pressure moulded polycarbonate. Diffuser: Toughened clear glass with silk screen print. Housing: Die cast aluminium. Arm: Galvanized, steel.
LED: Fitting/pipe stub dimensions: Ø 48mm min. 100mm. Installation cable: 9m, 5x1,5mm² (Class I) or 9m, 4x1,5mm² (Class II). Driver position: In fixture head. HIT: Fitting/pipe stub dimensions: Ø 48mm min. 100mm. Installation cable: 9m, 3x1,5mm² (Class I) or 9m, 2x1,5mm² (Class II). Terminal block: 1x3x2.5mm². Ballast positioning: In fixture head.
Max: 13.22 kg.
Ingress protection IP66. Electric shock protection I w. ground, II w/o ground. IK06.
Wall arm to be ordered separately. LED: Round symmetric version: Dimmable 1-10V/PWM. Bi-symmetrical and asymmetrical version: Dimmable 1-10V. For the asymmetric version the light distribution can be changed by moving the reflector. HIT: Possible to rotate the reflector. The fittings can on request be delivered with shading louvre. The fittings can on request be delivered with bottom glass in clear, silk screen or matt glass. Light distribution can be changed by moving the light source. HIT/HIE: To achieve optimum asymmetrical light distribution tubular light sources (HIT) are recommended. For the HIE/HIT versions it is also possible to use HSE/HST light sources. All versions also available for Ø 60mm stub on request. For LED replacement kit please do contact Louis Poulsen. The innovation of the LED technology is constant. The specifications mentioned are based on present technology. Please find updated info on products on our website www.louispoulsen.com.