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Facade luminaires

Luminaires for facades

Façade luminaires are defined first and foremost by their mounting location and not by their light characteristics. They are offered with narrow-beam, wide-beam, symmetrical or asymmetrical light distribution. Some luminaires can be positioned either on or in the wall.

Criteria for ceiling and wall-mounted downlights
- choice of luminaire determines lightcolour and light intensity
- emission angle determines the beam of light and is defined by the interchangeable lens
- optimum beam alignment through adjustment of the lens
- cut-off angle limits glare and increases visual comfort
- luminaires that do not emit light above the horizontal plane comply with Dark Sky standards

Facade luminaires

Facade luminaires

Facade luminaires

Facade luminaires are offered with narrow-beam, wide-beam, symmetrical or asymmetric light distribution. The light can be distributed either via a single-sided or double-sided light aperture.

Facade luminaires
Facade luminaires
Facade luminaires

Floor washlights

Illumination of traffic routes or outdoor areas. Depending on the version, the luminaires are available either with wide beam or deep beam light distribution.
These luminaires are also ideal for the illumination of wellness and spa areas and other indoor areas that call for a higher protection mode.

Facade luminaires
Facade luminaires
Facade luminaires

Ceiling washlights

Illumination of ceilings for indirect lighting or for emphasis of the ceiling in its own right or of a structural element. Depending on the version, the luminaires are available either with wide beam or deep beam light distribution.
These luminaires are also ideal for the illumination of a station concourse, an airport forecourt or other areas that call for a higher protection mode.

Facade luminaires
Facade luminaires

For illumination of:
- facades
- entrance areas
- overhanging or cantilevered roofs
- floor lighting on access driveways, paths and public squares

The position and design of the ceiling and wall-mounted downlights should be chosen to match the with the architecture. Facade luminaires should be arranged such that the elements to be illuminated are optimally lit and no light shines past the objects.