Indirect luminaire requires less void space

The shallow profile of Ansell Lighting’s Meteor indirect luminaires enables them to be installed in very restricted ceiling voids.
Ansell Lighting’s Meteor indirect luminaire is extremely slim, so it can be installed in restricted void depths. These luminaires can be fitted into the same space as standard modular or louvred fittings. These can be used with exposed-T ceilings with 15 and 24 mm grids. There is a budget switch-start version (36 W only) and a 55 W version with high-frequency control gear. TC-L lamps are supplied as standard, with the option to upgrade to T5 lamps. Emergency versions are available. High-frequency control gear delivers energy savings of 30% compared with standard control gear to satisfy the requirements of Part L of the Building Regulations. High-frequency operation reduces loss of light output with age.
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