ERCO has developed luminaires with special housing designs and high-quality optical components specifically for demanding visual tasks to provide enhanced visual comfort.
The Axis Walklight's sophisticated photometrics ensure superb visual comfort for people in the outdoor environment. The LED-generated direct lighting component is fully shielded, making the luminaire great for use in complex areas such as stairways. A delightful sparkle on the rectangular, lens-like cover glass reveals the light emission, and the wide beam spread across the staggered surface extends all the way to the edge.
At the same time, the gentle gradient makes it easier to see by avoiding drastic contrasts to which the eye takes times to adapt. Mounted in a row, the Axis Walklight provides elegant illumination of paths.
Axis Walklight in the application
Czartoryski Square, Krakow. Architect: Biuro Projektów Lewicki Latak, dr inz. Piotr Lewicki, inz. Witold Opalinski.
Federal Environment Office, Dessau: Axis Walklight as energy saving, maintenancefree step lighting in the auditorium. Architects: Sauberbruch Hutton, Berlin.
In white or Varychrome, with maintenancefree LED technology: The Axis Walklight provides glarefree, attractive lighting of steps or pathways.
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 Axis Walklight even more efficiently to your project requirements, further variants are available on request in addition to the series configuration. These include, for example:
Product features in detail
Light colors: warm white (3000K) or neutral white (4000K)
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