Free-standing luminaires include light sensors and presence detection

Published:  08 July, 2009

waldmann

Waldmann’ Lighting’s Ataro range of free-standing and desk-mounted luminaires provide glare-free lighting with maximum efficiency by using a special polymethylmethacrylate material with high light transmission. This system is said to be 30% more energy efficient than conventional solutions. There is a choice of two or four compact fluorescent lamps.

The luminaire head pivots by ±45°. The multi-function control units can be connected to switched power sockets, and the range can work with integrated light sensors and presence detectors.

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