The darklight reflector combines maximum visual comfort with an optimum light output ratio.
With Quintessence pendant luminaires, the mounting height can be individually set in relation to the architecture and its use. Its simple shape provides visual accents in historical as well as contemporary architecture. In addition to mounting with a canopy, Quintessence pendant luminaires can be mounted in track for flexible positioning. With a beam angle of 90° and 40° cut-off, Quintessence pendant luminaires are the ideal lighting tool for general lighting with high cylindrical illuminance levels and large luminaire spacings.
Quintessence in the application
Individualise Quintessence for your use case
With our “ERCO individual” service we offer you extensive options for the individualisation of series products as well as support in the development of sophisticated special luminaires. In order to match Quintessence even more efficiently to your project requirements, further variants are available on request in addition to the series configuration. These include, for example:
Reflector: coated matt gold, matt silver or matt champagne
Housing: 10,000 further colours
Do you have further requirements with the product?
Please contact the consultant team in the following ERCO office:
Wide beam, rotationally symmetrical light distribution for the illumination of large areas from a short distance.
12W - 24W
1190lm - 3300lm
For uniform ambient lighting with high visual comfort, the spacing (d) between two Quintessence pendant downlights may be up to approximately 1.5 times the height (h) of the luminaire above the working plane.
Arrangement: d ≤ 1.5 x h
The wall offset should be half the luminaire spacing.
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