The ERCO Program

ERCO has reconsidered lighting in every possible aspect for the digital era – from light generation and light guidance through to light control. Based entirely on LED technology, our updated catalogue presents lighting designers with a highly versatile range of LED lighting tools for comprehensive architectural concepts of lighting design in indoor and outdoor areas.

Track and light structures

No invention since the incandescent lamp has created such a revolution in lighting design as the track. The track effectively liberates light and luminaires from the constraints of rigid mounting. It forms the basis for variable, flexible lighting design that can be adapted to the changing style and use of a space.

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Luminaires for track

ERCO spotlights bring flexible light into architecture: the spotlight is simply rotated and swiveled for optimum alignment. If objects in the room change their position, you can simply remove the spotlight from the track and mount it at a different location. Spotlights are ideal for creating accents, for general lighting and for wallwashing.

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Recessed spotlights, recessed floodlights and recessed wallwashers

Recessed spotlights combine the flexibility of spotlights with the discreet appearance of recessed luminaires. Their main application is accent lighting. Tilt mechanisms allow the luminaires to be aimed both at objects and vertical surfaces. Recessed spotlights are inconspicuous architectural details and can ideally be combined with downlights.

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Recessed luminaires

With recessed luminaires the luminaire is completely subordinate to its lighting effect. The lighting tools are hardly noticed as an additional element of design, being fully integrated into the architecture. The spatial and architectural appeal is revealed in an interplay of light and shadow. Downlights and wallwashers are perfect for high quality general lighting with excellent visual comfort, and adjustable spotlights are ideal for accent lighting.

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Surface-mounted luminaires

The use of surface-mounted downlights is often determined by practical considerations: For example, there might not be sufficient room to install recessed downlights in the ceiling. The decision to use surface-mounted downlights in a lighting concept can considerably reduce installation costs, as in buildings with solid ceilings or in existing buildings.

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Pendant luminaires

Pendant downlights provide economical ambient lighting with high visual comfort and are seen as succinct architectural details. They are often used to highlight particular areas or focal points in a room but also in situations where the luminaire itself assumes the role of an architectural element.

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Task lights

Flexible positioning, glare-free, dimmable – modern workplace lighting fosters a productive working environment with precise light that can be adjusted flexibly to suit individual work habits. Positioned prominently on each desk, workplace lighting is a defining feature in the office, conveying the corporate identity. ERCO LED lighting tools are optimised for maximum visual comfort, reliable optoelectronics and exceptional energy efficiency, with a distinct, space-saving design that reflects the technology.

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Wall-mounted luminaires

Wall-mounted downlights can perform many different functions. Ceiling washlights provide an illumination of the ceiling with a high degree of uniformity. Uplights are designed for optimum efficiency and light distribution. As such, they are ideal for economical indirect lighting. Floor washlights are designed to provide safe illumination of traffic routes.

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Recessed floor luminaires

Recessed floor luminaires are highly visible for two reasons. They are the only light sources present at ground level and the distinctive upward light beam immediately attracts attention. In this respect they also assume some tasks of directive lighting, e.g. by marking pathways or highlighting entrances.

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Projectors, floodlights and wallwashers

Spotlights in outdoor applications provide effective lighting. With different sizes, light distributions and a wide range of lumen packages, smaller objects can be illuminated just as impressively as monumental facades. Projectors are ideal for high-contrast accentuation without spill light. Floodlights and wallwashers achieve the uniform illumination of surfaces – even from long projection distances and under difficult installation conditions.

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Façade luminaires

Vertical surfaces in an urban setting contribute significantly to the spatial definition of squares, road axes and buildings. From the point of view of perception psychology and design, façade lighting thus is a key element in the night lighting concept for urban areas. The wide range of façade luminaires allows for a variety of lighting solutions that range from grazing light on façades to pathway lighting.

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Bollard luminaires

Buildings and their surroundings require a range of lighting solutions for the various tasks from the functional lighting of pathways, stairs or open areas to the dramatic lighting of façades. Luminaire ranges with different but predominantly wide-beam, asymmetrical light distributions can be used to solve these problems. Each range of products with a uniform design provides the lighting designer with a choice of mounting and luminaire position options.

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Recessed luminaires

Architectural situations such as atriums, cantilever roofs, passages or bridges require ceiling-mounted luminaires designed to meet the demands of outdoor lighting. These ceiling-mounted luminaires for outdoor applications provide a variety of lighting characteristics, from downlights and directional luminaires to wallwashers.

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Surface-mounted luminaires

The use of surface-mounted luminaires is often determined by practical considerations: For example, there might not be sufficient room to install recessed downlights in the ceiling. The conscious decision for a lighting concept with surface-mounted luminaires considerably reduces the level of installation work in solid ceilings or existing buildings, plus the lighting design can be flexibly adjusted to suit the given situation.

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In-ground luminaires

In-ground luminaires are noticed eye-catchers since the light source is positioned at ground level and the distinctive upward light direction immediately attracts attention. In this respect they also assume some tasks of directive lighting, e.g. by marking pathways or highlighting entrances. In addition to these rather technical applications, the luminaires can also provide highly effective architectural lighting.

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