Cu-Beam™ Duo Suspended Light

Tetbury Hill
Malmesbury
Wiltshire
SN16 0RP

Tel +44 (0)800 345 7788

Cu-Beam™ Duo Suspended Light

Cu-Beam™ Duo suspended light – combined up and down light with full flexible control. Alters to suit changing needs throughout the day. A custom-built driver splits the ratio of light to suit different needs.

During presentations, more light can be directed upward and less light downward, so that the presenter’s screen can become the focal point. During meetings, more light directed downward illuminates the table to aid note-taking and discussions across the table. Outside of working hours, full up light provides a blanket of ambient illumination across the space – ideal for maintenance staff.

Fluorescent lights can create problems, including reduced light output over time, wasted light in all directions, costly replacement, noise pollution and hazardous material. An increasing number of businesses are opting for LED lights. But without effective cooling, their efficacy may drop over time, which can result in inefficient lighting. Cu-Beam™ suspended light technology works differently.

With adjustable one-touch shutters and a reflective surface, Ricochet™ technology converts unwanted down light into up light, preventing light from being wasted. For up light, closing the adjustable shutters allows recovery of unwanted down light. It reflects it upwards to maximize lumen output and provide very high efficacy. For down light, opening the shutters allows more lumens to go downwards to maximize downward light distribution onto the task plane.

BIM models include;

  • Cu-Beam™ Duo Suspended Light Driver Box; a custom-built driver to split the ratio of light to suit different needs. In recessed and exposed types.
  • 3000 K and 4000 K selectable colour temperature types.
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IFC IFC 2X3 1 1.3
Revit Revit 2015 + 2 1.3

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Tetbury Hill
Malmesbury
Wiltshire
SN16 0RP

Tel +44 (0)800 345 7788

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    What's Changed?

    20/07/2017

    Data change to Recessed types.