Energy-efficient wall lighters

Published:  14 January, 2006

Cooper
Moduwall wallwasher luminaires help design lighting schemes in accordance with the latest LG7 guidelines.

Crompton’s Moduwall range of asymmetric wallwasher luminaires from Cooper Lighting & Security provide an energy-efficient solution for illuminating walls and other vertical surfaces.

There are obvious applications for retail and display. In offices, Moduwall can illuminate walls to improve the overall appearance of lighting schemes in accordance with the latest LG7 guidelines.

High-frequency control gear is standard, and Moduwall can be specified with a range of compact fluorescent lamps or T5 lamps.

An advanced reflector design produces uniform light distribution, and all T5 models incorporate a special kick reflector to illuminate the wall up to the ceiling line.



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