ERCO offers luminaires with large lumen packages for generating very high illuminances.
Different light distributions: wide or deep
The wide light distribution of ceiling washlights efficiently illuminates cantilever roofs along the facade. The deep beam light distribution of ceiling washlights is ideal for the wide-area illumination of ceilings.
Wide luminaire spacing with ceiling washlighting
ERCO’s efficient photometrics enable selected luminaires to be spaced particularly far apart, thereby minimizing the number of luminaires required.
Lightscan facade luminaires make ceilings appear light and spacious even in demanding spatial environments such as arcades and railway stations. The robust luminaire's uniform, bright floodlighting enables economical ceiling illumination due to large luminaire spacing. High luminous fluxes and efficient lighting technology ensure an excellent lighting level – especially in high rooms. Two different distributions – wide or narrow – provide the perfect solution for illuminating wide ceiling areas. The maintenance-free optoelectronics protect resources thanks to their high efficiency and reduce operating costs.
Lightscan in the application
Individualize Lightscan for your use case
With our “ERCO individual” service we offer you extensive options for the individualization of series products as well as support in the development of sophisticated special luminaires. In order to match Lightscan even more efficiently to your project requirements, further variants are available on request in addition to the series configuration. These include, for example:
High-power LEDs: 3000K CRI 97 or 2700K, 3500K, 4000K with CRI 92
Housing: 10,000 further colors
Do you have further requirements with the product?
Please contact the consultant team in the following ERCO office:
Asymmetrical washlighting for uniform illumination of the ceiling.
24.2W - 72.6W
2585lm - 9500lm
Uniform illumination using Lightscan gives a light and spacious impression to ceilings. The distance (a) of the luminaire to the ceiling determines the luminaire spacing (d) and depends on the design criteria. This distance (a) should be at least 2ft.
Arrangement: a > 2ft
The distance (d) of luminaires with wide beam light distribution may be up to 4 times the ceiling offset (a).
Arrangement: d = 4 x a
The distance (d) of luminaires with deep beam light distribution may be up to 3 times the ceiling offset (a).
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