Airport lighting QUB4

airport lighting
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A modern expression of lighting technology, the QūB is a sleek and elegant luminaire that creates a sense of visual interest by use of unique see-through aperture. The open optical system utilizes a reflector design that shields the light source to reduce glare and delivers both direct and indirect lighting with exceptional uniformity. Offered with 3-way and 4-way connectors and in natural wood grain finishes, the QūB adds a contemporary touch to any space. • Architectural pendant ideally suited for general illumination within office spaces, conference rooms, and schools. • Open optical system creates an optimal direct-indirect light distribution through the precise design and alignment of LED emitters and luminaire painted reflector surfaces. • Extruded aluminum housing with die cast aluminum end caps. Connector is constructed milled aluminum. Power coat white finish is standard. Optional silver, black, custom colors, delicate straight wood grain, light black gunstock wood grain, two-tone ash gray wood grain, or ebony walnut wood grain finishes are available. Wood grain finish utilizes a hydro-dipping process. • Standard constant current electronic driver houses in separate enclosure with 0-10V dimming input; dimming range from 100% down to 1%. Optional drivers available. • Distributed LED array in a wide variety of lumen output packages. LED color is available in 3000K, 3500K or 4000K with a CRI of 80 or 90. Custom outputs are available. Module is replaceable. L90≥ 100,000 hrs. Tunable white utilizes 50% 2700K and 50% 6500K diodes with a CRI of 90.


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