A single polyvalent fixture for use either as a projector or a louvre, combining design, sturdiness and superlative technical lighting features. The dual possibility of symmetrical and asymmetrical light diffusion is embodied in the same product and is achieved thanks to a louvre with divisible modules. A single fixture to achieve total coverage in outdoor lighting, solving the most varied technical lighting problems thanks to an innovative optical project based on efficiency and glare control. The small dimensions of the housing contrast with the depth of the beam of light which has no limits of use.
The FH 70/150 LED is a fixture of the latest generation able to combine the advantages of the LED light source with state-of-the-art optic systems, as regards both performance and flexibility of application. The LED sources used, with very high efficiency, produce unprecedented lighting that allows the illumination of building façades or hardstands, even at considerable distance. The diffuser has an ample and uniform area of emission, allowing very low luminosity and therefore reduced glare with high visual comfort. The excellent mechanical characteristics (IP66-IK09) allow installation in outdoor settings even in extreme conditions, while the possibility of versions with a symmetrical or asymmetrical beam makes the fixture particularly versatile. The “square cut” design of the FH 70/150 LED allows movements through 360°, on the axis of rotation of the goniometric bracket, thus enabling great flexibility of movement and mounting. Thanks to the “Autodimmer Sensor” accessory, the fixture works with intelligent dimming. To ensure maximum energy saving, self-adapting technology is used on the sensor integrated in the fixture, to automatically adjust the emission of light according to the reading of the natural light present on the work surface.
A LED INVERTER is also available which transforms the fixture into an emergency maintained fixture, to light a section of the LED source in the event of a black-out.
Louvre with a controlled beam to optimize the management of the light emitted. Symmetrical and asymmetrical optics in a single fixture: the beam of light changes from asymmetrical to symmetrical by simply removing part of the optic.