5 Apr 2016 / Wila /

αbet focus Fully Recessed Adjustable Spotlights

The fully recessed adjustable spotlight from the WILA product family alphabet focus emphasises objects and structures in space due to the precision lens technology and creates an exciting overall impression. At the same time, it directs the gaze at the object, e.g. in stores or museums.

Pictures obtain a homogeneous illumination for optimal results. The three-dimensionality of objects is highlighted by the interplay of light and shadow and brings them to life.

The lens technology developed by WILA allows for non-graduated fine tuning of the beam angle in the ranges of α 9°, 14-25° or 24-40°. The technology is comparable to a camera lens and therefore the spotlight can be adjusted to suit different lighting tasks. With the adjustable versions, the focusing unit can be locked mechanically to keep so, as to retain the adjusted value. This avoids potential inadvertent adjustments.

The half-peak angle of 9° allows for an improved application of the spotlight, even from higher ceilings. In contrast to the larger half-peak angles, the light is tightly focused and can be employed in a targeted manner.

abet focus Fully Recessed Adjustable Spotlights

As well as the beam angle, the tilt and rotation angle of the alphabet focus spotlight can also be customised. A printed scale makes setting the spotlights at a tilt angle of 0-40° simple, delivering a precise aiming of the light. These settings can also be retrospectively adjusted, and the lighting module can be rotated by up to 361°. A rotation lock prevents the electrical connections from becoming entangled.

With the f3 assembly system, the multi award winning alphabet focus range can be integrated inconspicuously and securely into the ceiling. Using a framework of modular linking, the luminaires can be installed individually or in groups. This in turn enables the combination of downlights with wallwashers or spotlights in a single mounting frame. This combination saves installation and maintenance costs and creates an uncluttered ceiling space.

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