Infinity — lighting that is along the right lines

Riegens, lighting, luminaire

Riegens Lighting’s Infinity system is described as a flexible module lighting solution that offers endless combinations, minimises energy consumption and provides a continuous light without any dark shadows. The system fits together quickly and easily using T, L and X modules to produce continuous light in illuminated lines with even light distribution.

One possibility is for the system to run up a wall, across a ceiling and down the adjacent wall with no gap.

If the standard product is not suitable for a particular architectural plan, the Riegens specialist design team will create a bespoke version to suit any room layout. Its slim profile enables it to be used in ceilings with limited void depth (98 mm), and it can blend into any kind of building construction. The system can also be surface mounted.

Infinity is available with a double parabolic louvre and T5 lamps or an opal diffuser in PMMA with LED light source or T5 lamps. The LED version is also available with RGB light.

The system comes with integrated Winsta sockets and internal though wiring for quick ‘plug-and-play’ installation. It can also be supplied with 1 to 10 V dimming control or DALI/SwitchDim control options with emergency light.

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