Luminaires provide direct and indirect illumination

Riegens Lighting, luminaires

A specially developed optical system is used to provide direct and indirect illumination from this Cirrus luminaire from Riegens Lighting. The optical system is based on anti-glare micro-prism panels to provided direct illumination. Optimum distribution of the indirect light is achieved using aluminium reflector technology.

This range of luminaires includes the KC for controllable light levels based on research into Circadian rhythms, the signals used by body clocks. KC luminaires can be easily controlled to colour temperatures from 2700 to 6500 K.

Two T5 lamps in each fitting can have outputs of 28, 35, 49 or 54 kW. The fittings include dimmable DALI control gear.

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