The system consisting of primary, secondary and tertiary optics is a modular kit for a wide diversity of accenting, floodlighting and wallwashing. The control gear and luminaire housing with thermal management are ideally matched to the digital lighting technology.
Due to the shape and material of the narrow spot collimator, this optical element functions practically without loss according to the principle of total reflection, thus providing optimum light control efficiency.
Spot: the spot Spherolit lens has flat spherolites for low spill light and a narrow beam angle.
Wide flood: the wide flood Spherolit lens has the greatest curvature. The wide spread creates a light cone with wide beam angle.
Rotationally symmetrical narrow spot, spot and flood light distributions are ideal for accenting small and mid-size exhibits.
Wide light distributions such as wide or extra wide flood are suitable for floodlighting surfaces and spatial zones.
Wallwash light distribution is ideal for the large-area illumination of walls. This generates highly uniform brightness distribution in both the vertical and horizontal planes.
Optics based on reflectors for conventional point light sources generate losses due to spill light or because of light emitted towards the socket.
In contrast to spotlights with reflectors, spotlights equipped with Spherolit lenses achieve an improved light output ratio due to transmission, resulting in higher luminous flux.