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The Perfect Work-Light-Balance

01.10.2019, 13:38

The Perfect Work-Light-Balance

LEDVANCE has introduced a suspended edge-lit, stand-alone luminaire with direct (70 per cent) and indirect (30 per cent) light emission for a variety of office applications.

The Panel 1200 Direct/Indirect offers flexible mounting options and complies with numerous standards, directives, laws and guidelines for lighting systems in office buildings which are required to take into account different health and safety requirements – as well as usage scenarios depending on architecture, usage and area size.

Key demands include widely glare-free light for screen-based work, uniform distribution of light and adequate illuminance. Only suitable lighting solutions that are ergonomically well-designed can create a productive working environment, help to enhance the employees’ concentration and thus offer benefits for companies in every sector. 

High quality of light – low maintenance and operational costs

The new Panel 1200 Direct/Indirect luminaires deliver 70 percent direct light for the workplace and 30 percent indirect light for basic illumination with a luminous flux up to 4,000 lumens (2,800 lumens down / 1,200 lumens up). Thanks to the micro-prismatic high transmission PMMA light guide, a homogenous and controlled light distribution is provided. Thus, a Unified Glare Rating less than 19 (UGRguaranteeof five years for all luminaires of the new Panel series.

Minimalist, functional design and easy installation

The Panel Direct/Indirect series follows the modern SCALE design language by LEDVANCE, winner of the German Design Award 2019 in the Light category. The manufacturer states the luminaire is very slim and features high-quality styling with an aluminium frame and rounded edges. Transparent electrical cables can be easily wired thanks to fast-connectors. Additionally, the suspension steel-wires allow to position the luminaire on the required height.

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