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WILA N4 - Read our interview with Florence Lam and take a look at our new award winning luminaire - Transparency

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WILA N4 news brochure, launching new products and giving industry insights

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  • 1. + ++ + + + + + + + + ++ + + + + + + + + ++ + + + + + + + N4 WILA Lichttechnik GmbH Postfach 26 11 D 58596 Iserlohn Vödeweg 9-11 D 58638 Iserlohn T +49 2371 823 0 F +49 2371 823 200 wila@wila.com www.wila.com WILA Lighting Limited 8-10 The Quadrangle Grove Technology Park Wantage Oxfordshire OX12 9FA T +44 1235 773 500 F +44 1235 773 533 wila@wila.co.uk ID A2450-0314 News People Projects Products Interview Florence Lam, Arup The positive influence of daylight. Page 4 Robert Aitken Institute LED lighting solution in research. Page 10 The New Transparency LED pendant luminaires with a minimalist design. Page 16 New Linear LED Product Range Modular lighting system Linic. Page 24 New Surface Illumination αbet zono Expansion of the award winning LED product family. Page 28 Technology in Detail Transparency LED Pendant Luminaires Page 36 Linic LED Lighting System Page 38 αbet zono LED Downlights Page 42 Accessories Page 48 N4News
  • 2. “A mind once stretched by a new idea, never goes back to its original dimensions”. Oliver Wendell Holmes Snr 1 WILA
  • 3. 3D Editorial Virtual Reality Light and architecture work in three dimensions. Light plays a particularly pivotal role in the perception of objects, room peripheries and, of course, people. So wouldn’t it be great if you could actually also see the innovations featured in this Brochure in 3D? Follow the brief instructions and you will be able to view and move selected innovations from this brochure on your device in 3D within your home or office. One key point: the relevant page of the brochure must remain within your mobile device’s “field of vision”. Learn more about our customised lighting solutions for more freedom in architectural lighting: New Exceptional LED Pendant Luminaire The transparent material of this pendant luminaire appears invisible when off, but when switched on, a combination of reflection and refraction precisely guides the light. A concept with such outstanding performance, it was awarded with both the IF Product Design and red dot Design award. New Linear LED Luminaire System The Linic product family is based on a modular concept: optimised for various installation and lighting technology requirements. This simplifies the creation of customised lines of light. New highly efficient LED surface illumination The αbet zono family of products stands for the most efficient surface illumination with a system efficiency of up to 105 Llm/W. The 30° cut-off angle reduces direct glare with all Downlights suitable for VDU workstations ensuring particularly high visual comfort. The range is rounded off by ultra-flat Downlights with 49 mm recessed depth, which provide an ideal solution especially for restricted space in the suspended ceiling. Enjoy the fourth issue of our News Brochure packed with exciting inspirations. Peter Le Manquais, Group Technical Director 2. Scan the WILA QR Code 3. As soon as you get to a page with this symbol a 3D image will be displayed. iPhone App iPad App Android App 1. Use one of the top QR codes to download the free Junaio Browser to your Smartphone or iPad 3 WILA2
  • 4. ‚‚Interview Making lighting part of a wider distributed intelligence - an ‘internet of light’ ecosystem - can potentially help unlock rich and new data from lighting networks. Interview with Florence Lam, Global Practice Leader for Lighting Design at Arup, London 4 5 WILA
  • 5. What advice would you give to young lighting designers? What should they pay attention to, and what might be less important? The key to a great piece of lighting design is not HOW one goes about designing it or WHAT one designs with. It is the ‘WHY’ behind a lighting concept and design thinking. You believe in Total Architecture solutions, what is the biggest difference to the traditional lighting design approach? Total Architecture is the overall philosophy of Arup. This holistic approach lies at the heart of what Arup does and encompasses the concept, great things can result when “all relevant design decisions have been considered together and have been integrated into a whole by a well organised team”. For the lighting practice, this means combining lighting creativity with the highly-skilled expertise of Arup’s engineers and environmental specialists. You have worked on a lot of remarkable projects, where daylight played a key role. How do you combine natural and artificial light? It is our responsibility to deliver a lighting design that helps our client to create sustainable buildings, in harmony with aesthetics and vision. We strive to continually offer fresh insight as to how occupied spaces can become more alive and in-touch with the natural environment. Daylight plays a special role in our work. It can enhance architecture, improve the way people feel and reduce our reliance on electricity. Striking a balance between daylight and electric light requires creative as well as scientific thinking. The quintessence of this is to control the daylight, tame it where needed, without sacrificing the narration of it, or its meaning. Buildings are complex structures. How do you make sure not to lose control considering the different technical requirements and users’ wishes? I would advocate being inquisitive and collaborative yet staying focused on doing great work and an underlying conviction that good design can make a positive impact in the world and help shape a sustainable future. After many years of working in the industry you are now heading the lighting design department at Arup. Did you always want to be a lighting designer? I wanted to work with light ever since discovering this metaphorical medium after helping out with a student production at university. However, I never thought of being a ‘lighting designer’ as such. I simply was not aware of the existence of such a profession until after my postgraduate study at the Bartlett School of Architecture. Have you ever regretted your decision? Yes, a low point happened but it was also a turning point when I discovered the true nature of my passion for light. In the early days of my career, I held the misconception that design equates only to being artistic; that engineers could not design with big ‘D’-thinking, I later came to realise that the two are not mutually exclusive. I have learnt that the ability to have a vision is really what matters. Lighting adds value not just to enable visual functions but to create impact through both perception and the psychological experience. Thinking creatively is essential and involves imagination, intuition and deliberate choice: not just being artistic. Do you remember the first project you did the lighting design for and if so what was it? My first project as a pure lighting designer was The London Millennium Bridge. What do you consider to be the biggest changes in lighting design over the years? Embracing daylight and telematics as part of lighting experience design in this ecological and digital age. You won the Lighting Designer of the Year award in 2013, what does this award mean to you? Where do you keep it? Being the first woman to win the coveted Lighting Designer of the Year Award means a lot to me. It is an important milestone on my career journey and it has given me a memorable moment to celebrate with my team. I keep the trophy next to me in my office. Whilst it is a great honour to have been given this award, it represents a stepping stone, albeit a significant one, showing me how far I have come but also reminding me how much further I want to go. Your website says that Arup shapes a better world. How do you put this mission of your company into practice in lighting? Shaping a sustainable future - particularly through the urban environment - will be one of the greatest challenges in the 21st century. The life of our cities after dark is only one element of this challenge, but one that needs to be addressed in a wider social, economic, and environmental context. To shape a better world is not just about energy efficiency but also human efficiency. Strategic lighting design can have an impact on the ‘Total Architecture’ of the city, both today and in years to come. In addition at Arup: art, design and technology are combined. What is your approach to that in your daily work? Design thinking starts with creating authentic conceptual designs and ends with applying technical knowledge. Adopting state of the art technology to ensure concepts become viable solutions that are as positive for people as they are sustainable for the environment and for businesses is also a central to delivering a seamless combination of these factors. A bit outside the box; what is your favourite piece of art? I like art that serves a purpose, a piece of design. At this moment in time, my favourite is the ‘Sky Reflector-Net’ in the Fulton Center Oculus in New York. What inspires you? Nature - it is endlessly inspiring, intriguing and envolving. What current developments in lighting design are especially exciting and forward-looking in your opinion? I‘m interested in the concept of making lighting part of a wider distributed intelligence - an ‘internet of light’ ecosystem - which could potentially help unlock rich and new data from lighting networks. And what are the drivers for these developments? The rapid advancements of the technology drive innovation, the nature of infrastructure and lifestyle changes. > Interview 6 7 WILA
  • 6. Interview Personal Florence Lam BA (Cantab.) MA (Cantab.) MSc CEng FIET FCIBSE FSLL After graduating in Engineering at the University of Cambridge in 1989, Florence took a postgraduate course on ‘Light and Lighting’ at the Bartlett School of Architecture. Since then she has worked for Arup, an international design engineering and business consulting firm, where she is now a Director. Establishing Arup’s lighting design practice in 2001, Florence now leads a global team of 70+ staff worldwide, representing a diverse national backgrounds, education and experience; from engineering to architecture, physics to fine art. Her particular interests in visual perception and daylight have played key roles in many of her creative and innovative design solution on award winning projects, from museums to sport venues and transport buildings to bridges all over the world. As a manufacturer we are focusing on modular product concepts, which enable us to respond to highly personalised project requirements with cost effective solutions. How important are custom lighting solutions for your work and how many of your customers are prepared to invest in them? To maximise the full potential of LEDs, I believe that modular kit-of-part concepts, like LEGOs, will enable our end user clients to consider investment for varying levels of capital expenditure vs. reduced operational expenditure over life. To conclude, which city would you recommend to visit in 2014 because of great architecture and lighting design? Every city has its uniqueness and light has the capacity to transform urban spaces and skylines all over the world. To me, the best time and place to appreciate both has to be by the bankside or at a harbour after dark. Hong Kong has my vote anytime. The city may not have the best architecture or the greatest lighting design but its sum of parts through ‘Symphony of Light’ is magical. << Your office also provides sustainability consulting services. Is lighting-based design, which provides more than just the necessary general illumination, not a contradiction when focusing on sustainability? Not at all, sustainability can take many forms and it is always important to strike a delicate balance between social, economic and environmental considerations. Sustainability and energy savings are important themes for us as lighting designers. Our approach to lighting design is a lot wider and more holistic than focussing on just the necessary general illumination. At Arup Lighting, we work closely with Arup’s building services engineers and environmental specialists, which gives us tremendous advantages over the traditional approach to lighting design. In harmony with aesthetics and vision, I believe it is our responsibility to deliver lighting designs for indoor and outdoor spaces that have a positive impact on people as well as being sustainable to the business and environment. Key to this is to truly embrace daylight in lighting design. We all need daylight for our health and wellbeing. What’s more, making more use of daylight in place of artificial lighting can help us reduce our energy consumption. That’s why prioritising daylight in cities is an issue that clients, architects, politicians and society as a whole needs to engage with. As professional lighting designers, we need to engage at a strategic level that can influence urban planning beyond individual buildings or spaces. And if buildings were to make widespread use of bioreactive facades or photo-voltaic panels to generate energy, daylight would become an even more valuable commodity. If such methods were to be adopted, the availability of daylight in our cities would acquire a completely new significance. ©Photography supplied courtesy of Arup 8 9 WILA
  • 7. Robert Aitken Institute Energy efficient LED lighting for the Robert Aitken Institute for Clinical Research combines aesthetics with high performance Project 10 11 WILA
  • 8. Laboratories and clinical institutes can be difficult environments where lighting is regarded. The lighting has to be unobtrusive so as not to divert attention and disturb concentration but at the same time allow the right amount of light on the task area with minimal glare. Often the ceiling height is low and medical and research equipment has to be taken into account when designing the lighting scheme. In addition an enclosed fitting should be used in order to reduce maintenance and to protect the light source from dust. All of the above factors apply to the Robert Aitken Institute for Clinical Research at the University of Birmingham. When plans were made to refurbish a complete floor plate, a lighting solution was required that fulfilled the characteristics of a clinical environment whilst at the same time providing excellent performance. The lighting consultant Couch Perry & Wilkes chose the LINIC LED linear luminaire from WILA against two other manufacturers mainly due to the high performance as well as the style of the product. The LINIC LED can be recessed, surface mounted or pendant, supplied with either an opal or micro-prismatic diffuser and can be manufactured as a continuous profile to meet specific lengths. For this particular project the profile size of the luminaire is ideal, the slim design and ‘clean lines’ integrate perfectly with the style and the design of the building. Within the > Project 12 13 WILA
  • 9. laboratory areas the surface mounted version is utilised, continuous lines of LINIC LED with lengths of up to 9.5 m are installed. The continuous installation allows for through wiring preventing any exposed cabling and keeps the ceiling appearance clean and uncluttered. In the circulation areas due to the 2.3 m low ceiling height, the recessed version is used with lengths ranging from around 0.6 m to 4 m. A uniform illumination was achieved throughout with minimal scalloping on the corridor walls. The DALI lighting control system ensures a maintained level of 500 lux achieved throughout, with up to 750+ lux achievable if necessary. The colour temperature of the LED’s is 4000K and all LINIC profiles were supplied with an opal diffuser. Initially the scheme was designed around T5, however based on the cost uplift coupled with the energy consumption benefits for the building the switch to LED was then preferred by the client. The solution not only works towards the sustainability of the building, but also achieves lower embedded carbon, thus reducing the University’s overall carbon footprint. << Project Project: Robert Aitken Institute for Clinical Research, University of Birmingham, UK Lighting Consultant: Couch Perry & Wilkes, Birmingham, UK Architect: Sheppard Robson, UK Photography: Redshift Photography, UK 15 WILA14
  • 10. Product Transparency OFF ON Transparency New transparent LED pendant luminaire with a pure design 16 17 WILA
  • 11. Product Transparency Illusion of Zero Gravity The pendant LED luminaire Transparency seems to be made of two states: when off there is just a 15 mm visible slim frame and a transparent panel; turned on it becomes a light statement in the room: minimalist and clear-cut. 18 19 WILA
  • 12. 3D Product Transparency Precise Lighting Technology with High Visual Comfort The powerful light emitted by the two lateral LED modules either 3000K or 4000K is directed into the transparent panel with minimal losses. The built-in Light Control Structure (LCS) refracts the light at precisely precalculated points directing it into the room with no glare. This permits any arrangement of the luminaire, regardless of the orientation, while still complying with glare-limitation standards < 3000 cd/m2 . A luminaire that truly allows for flexible lighting design. An absolutely homogeneous illumination of the luminaire without any undesirable bright or dark zones results in a perfect appearance in use. 20 21 WILA
  • 13. Product Transparency Pure Architecture The transparent nature of the material enables to create an architecture of light and transparency. Since the luminaire does not superimpose the language of architecture, interiors retain their originally planned autonomy. When switched on, these luminaires allow rooms to be deliberately re-interpreted. For this design concept Transparency was awarded with a prize. 22 23 WILA
  • 14. Linic LED Modular Lighting System Product Linic 24 25 WILA
  • 15. Product Linic Flexible Lighting System - Individual Solution This new linear LED luminaire system comprises recessed and surface-mounted luminaires. Continuous light lines that are easy to combine plus angular connectors in both standard and custom lengths permit project-specific solutions. Two light optics for different lighting requirements and applications complete the range. You benefit from a flexible system with a consistent look and feel to fulfil your requirements. Single luminaires, 3 Length versions Continuous luminaires, Extension and Corner luminaires Covers are flush with the section 26 27 WILA
  • 16. Product αbet αbet zonoWILA has consistently developed the language of light to meet project specific requirements. Following the development of award winning Downlights with variable lens technology and spotlights of the highest light quality, the αbet range of luminaires is now extended to include high-efficiency luminaires for surface illumination. 28 29 WILA
  • 17. 65° 30° 3D Product αbet αbet zono - Highest visual comfort combined with maximum efficiency 30° cut-off angle for ultimate visual comfort Beam spread angle over γ 65° < 1000 cd/m2 and UGR < 19 for unrivalled glare control Up to 105 Llm/W system efficiency for highest energy savings Highly efficient light chamber with built-in diffuser for reduced luminance High performance lighting solution with up to 3370 Llm 30 31 WILA
  • 18. 3D 2mm Maximum Performance with as little as 49 mm Recessed Depth Air conditioning ducts or sprinkler systems very often limit the recess depth in suspended ceiling systems. The specialists of the αbet zono product range with only 49 mm recess depth are the ideal problem solver for such applications. Different performance levels are available in round or square shape. Product αbet Photography: Udo Beier, Uhldingen (Bodensee) Ceiling integration standard Inconspicuous ceiling integration due to installed height of only 2 mm. Reflector and mounting ring flush. Higher protection rating Flexible reflector height adjustment ensures that protective or diffusing screens are flush with the lower edge of the f3 mounting system. This increases the range of application possibilities to include the protection rating IP44 from below. 32 33 WILA
  • 19. αbet zono Linic Transparency Technique in Detail Product 34 35 WILA
  • 20. IP40 LCS 80718 80717 1x50 W 4800 92 <3000 16 7.9 TR3507001-40-40 1x62 W 6000 92 <3000 16 8.9 TR3507002-40-40 Transparency Pendant Luminaires Lighting technology Colour rendering index CRI > 80 Colour temperatures 3000, 4000K 50,000 h lifetime (L70) Luminaire housing Luminaire housing made of extruded aluminium, natural anodised Visible height only 15 mm Operating and assembly technology Double suspension with transparent lead factory assembled, Length 1500 mm Control gear in standard or DALI (dimmable) version available, integrated into the canopy (RAL9016) Required canopy set type is necessary for operation. H W L Use Index -40 for 4000K or -30 for 3000K Required canopy set type is necessary for operation. System photometric data Article number LED Llm Llm/W ɣ≥65° cd/m2 UGR kg Pendant luminaires with Light Control Structure (LCS) LxWxH 1197x497x23 mm LxWxH 1482x497x23 mm Canopy set including LED gear box Article number with loop-in funcion standard DALI LED gear box in canopy integrated 80717-DV 80717-DD-DV LED gear box as a standalone unit for ceiling void 80718-DV 80718-DD-DV Canopy made ​​of sheet steel, white (RAL9016) including LED control gear for 50 W and 62 W Plug-in terminal 2.5 mm² with possibility of loop-in function LCS-Technology Lateral transmission of light into the optic plate made of PMMA with Light Control Structure High precision direct/indirect light direction Uniform, glare-free illumination Suitable for VDU workstations according to LG7 Transparent when turned off 36 37 WILA
  • 21. IP20 1x10 W 750 58 <3000 18 1.8 LI3102000-51-40 1x19 W 1500 69 <3000 18 3.6 LI3102001-51-40 2x1x19 W 3000 69 <3000 18 7.2 LI3102021-51-40 1x7 W 600 60 - 20 1.8 LI3102100-51-40 1x11 W 1000 71 - 24 1.8 LI3102101-51-40 1x13 W 1200 75 - 20 3.6 LI3102102-51-40 1x21 W 2000 83 - 24 3.6 LI3102103-51-40 2x1x13 W 2400 75 - 20 7.2 LI3102122-51-40 2x1x21 W 4000 83 - 24 7.2 LI3102123-51-40 1x10 W 750 58 <3000 18 1.8 LI3402000-51-40 1x19 W 1500 69 <3000 18 3.6 LI3402001-51-40 2x1x19 W 3000 69 <3000 18 7.2 LI3402021-51-40 1x7 W 600 60 - 20 1.8 LI3402100-51-40 1x11 W 1000 71 - 24 1.8 LI3402101-51-40 1x13 W 1200 75 - 20 3.6 LI3402102-51-40 1x21 W 2000 83 - 24 3.6 LI3402103-51-40 2x1x13 W 2400 75 - 20 7.2 LI3402122-51-40 2x1x21 W 4000 83 - 24 7.2 LI3402123-51-40 Linic Recessed, Surface mounted Luminaires System photometric data Article number LED Llm Llm/W ɣ≥65° cd/m2 UGR kg Recessed luminaires with microprisms, CRI > 80 Single luminaire, CO 576x64 mm, RD 115 mm, LxW 586x74 mm Single luminaire, CO 1136x64 mm, RD 115 mm, LxW 1146x74 mm Single luminaire, CO 2256x64 mm, RD 115 mm, LxW 2266x74 mm Recessed luminaires with opal screen, CRI > 80 Single luminaire, CO 576x64 mm, RD 115 mm, LxW 586x74 mm Single luminaire, CO 1136x64 mm, RD 115 mm, LxW 1146x74 mm Single luminaire, CO 2256x64 mm, RD 115 mm, LxW 2266x74 mm Use index -40 for 4000K or -30 for 3000K Complete the item number with the index -DD for execution DALI dimmable Surface mounted luminaires with microprisms, CRI > 80 Single luminaire, LxWxH 572x60x80 mm Single luminaire, LxWxH 1132x60x80 mm Single luminaire, LxWxH 2252x60x80 mm Surface mounted luminaires with opal screen, CRI > 80 Single luminaire, LxWxH 572x60x80 mm Single luminaire, LxWxH 1132x60x80 mm Single luminaire, LxWxH 2252x60x80 mm Lighting technology Microprismatic cover (PMMA) for glare imitation standards, suitable for VDU workstations according to LG7, UGR < 19 Opal cover made of PMMA Colour rendering index CRI > 80 Luminaire luminous flux up to 1766 Llm per running metre Colour temperatures 3000, 4000K 50,000 h lifetime (L70) Luminaire housing Luminaire housing made of non deformable extruded aluminium End pieces of die-cast aluminium coated in the section colour, without visible screw connections Surfaces in matt aluminium (RAL 9006) Extension and corner luminaires for custom light line configurations Operating and assembly technology Through wiring 5 x 1.5 mm² built into the profile Electrical connection with plug-in terminal up to 2.5 mm² with loop-in function Simple to install recessed luminaire through adjustable recessing brackets Suitable for ceiling thicknesses of 1-40 mm The separate suspension kit turns the surface-mounted into a pendant luminaire Luminaire inserts can be removed without tools for installation and maintenance tasks LI3102001-51-40 300 cd/klm300 cd/klm300 cd/klm300 cd/klm300 cd/klm 90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90° 60°60°60°60°60° 45°45°45°45°45° 30°30°30°30°30° 15°15°15°15°15° 15°15°15°15°15° 30°30°30°30°30° 45°45°45°45°45° 60°60°60°60°60° LI3102103-51-40 200 cd/klm200 cd/klm200 cd/klm200 cd/klm200 cd/klm 90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90° 60°60°60°60°60° 45°45°45°45°45° 30°30°30°30°30° 15°15°15°15°15° 15°15°15°15°15° 30°30°30°30°30° 45°45°45°45°45° 60°60°60°60°60° H W L RD CO L L W DA W Suspension set Article number with supply lead 3 x 0.75 mm² 80330 with supply lead 5 x 0.75 mm² 80331 Set of 2 wire suspensions, length 1500 mm, including transparent supply lead, canopy made ​​of plastic, aluminium matt RAL9006 tool-free length adjustment Photography: Redshift Photography, UK38 39 WILA
  • 22. IP20 LI3102081-51-40 300 cd/klm300 cd/klm300 cd/klm300 cd/klm300 cd/klm 90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90° 60°60°60°60°60° 45°45°45°45°45° 30°30°30°30°30° 15°15°15°15°15° 15°15°15°15°15° 30°30°30°30°30° 45°45°45°45°45° 60°60°60°60°60° LI3102183-51-40 200 cd/klm200 cd/klm200 cd/klm200 cd/klm200 cd/klm 90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90° 60°60°60°60°60° 45°45°45°45°45° 30°30°30°30°30° 15°15°15°15°15° 15°15°15°15°15° 30°30°30°30°30° 45°45°45°45°45° 60°60°60°60°60° 2x1x19 W 3000 69 <3000 18 7.2 LI3102081-51-40 2x1x10 W 1500 69 <3000 18 3.6 LI3102040-51-40 2x1x10 W 1500 69 <3000 18 3.6 LI3102050-51-40 2x1x13 W 2400 75 - 20 7.2 LI3102182-51-40 2x1x21 W 4000 83 - 24 7.2 LI3102183-51-40 2x1x7 W 1200 75 - 20 3.6 LI3102140-51-40 2x1x11 W 2000 83 - 24 3.6 LI3102141-51-40 2x1x7 W 1200 75 - 20 3.6 LI3102150-51-40 2x1x11 W 2000 83 - 24 3.6 LI3102151-51-40 2x1x19 W 3000 69 <3000 18 7.2 LI3402081-51-40 2x1x10 W 1500 69 <3000 18 3.6 LI3402040-51-40 2x1x10 W 1500 69 <3000 18 3.6 LI3402050-51-40 2x1x13 W 2400 75 - 20 7.2 LI3402182-51-40 2x1x21 W 4000 83 - 24 7.2 LI3402183-51-40 2x1x7 W 1200 75 - 20 3.6 LI3402140-51-40 2x1x11 W 2000 83 - 24 3.6 LI3402141-51-40 2x1x7 W 1200 75 - 20 3.6 LI3402150-51-40 2x1x11 W 2000 83 - 24 3.6 LI3402151-51-40 Linic Continuous Luminaires System photometric data Article number LED Llm Llm/W ɣ≥65° cd/m2 UGR kg Single luminaires with microprisms, CRI > 80 Extension luminaire, CO 2248x64, RD 115, LxW 2248x74 mm Corner luminaire, CO 617x64 mm, RD 115 mm, LxW 622x74 mm, Connection left Single luminaires with opal screen, CRI > 80 Extension luminaire, CO 2248x64, RD 115, LxW 2248x74 mm Corner luminaire, CO 617x64 mm, RD 115 mm, LxW 622x74 mm, Connection right Use index -40 for 4000K or -30 for 3000K Complete the item number with the index -DD for execution DALI dimmable Surface mounted luminaires with microprisms, CRI > 80 Extension luminaire, LxWxH 2248x60x80 mm Corner luminaire, LxWxH 615x60x80 mm, Connection right Surface mounted luminaires with opal screen, CRI > 80 Extension luminaire, LxWxH 2248x60x80 mm Corner luminaire, LxWxH 615x60x80 mm, Connection right Lighting technology Microprismatic cover (PMMA) for glare imitation standards, suitable for VDU workstations according to LG7, UGR < 19 Opal cover made of PMMA Colour rendering index CRI >80 Luminaire luminous flux up to 1766 Llm per running metre Colour temperatures 3000, 4000K 50,000 h lifetime (L70) Luminaire housing Extension and corner luminaires for custom light line configurations Including accessories for connection with other Linic luminaires Luminaire housing made of non deformable extruded aluminium Surfaces in matt aluminium (RAL 9006) Closing cover flush with the profile Operating and assembly technology Through wiring 5 x 1.5 mm² built into the profile Delivery without end caps, available exclusively as an extension of existing Linic luminiares Simple to install recessed luminaire through adjustable recessing brackets Suitable for ceiling thicknesses of 1-40 mm The separate suspension kit turns the surface-mounted into a pendant luminaire Luminaire inserts can be removed without tools for installation and maintenance tasks Wire suspension without supply lead 80332 Set of 1 wire suspension, length 1500 mm, tool-free length adjustment Planning example RD CO L L W CO W W L H Photography: Redshift Photography, UK Corner luminaire, CO 617x64 mm, RD 115 mm, LxW 622x74 mm, Connection left Corner luminaire, LxWxH 615x60x80 mm, Connection left Corner luminaire, LxWxH 615x60x80 mm, Connection left Single luminaire Corner luminaire Connection right Corner luminaire Connection left Extension luminaire Corner luminaire, CO 617x64 mm, RD 115 mm, LxW 622x74 mm, Connection right 40 41 WILA
  • 23. IP20 12 W 1260 90 <1000 17 130 0.8 AZ1101001-33-40 15 W 1740 102 <1000 18 130 0.8 AZ1101002-33-40 22 W 2430 97 <1000 19 130 0.8 AZ1101002-33-40 32 W 3280 91 <1000 20 170 0.8 AZ1101002-33-40 15 W 1790 105 <1000 16 130 0.9 AZ1101012-33-40 22 W 2500 100 <1000 18 130 0.9 AZ1101012-33-40 32 W 3370 94 <1000 18 170 0.9 AZ1101012-33-40 12 W 1170 84 <1000 15 130 0.8 AZ2101001-33-40 15 W 1630 96 <1000 16 130 0.8 AZ2101002-33-40 22 W 2270 91 <1000 17 130 0.8 AZ2101002-33-40 32 W 3060 85 <1000 18 170 0.8 AZ2101002-33-40 15 W 1670 98 <1000 15 130 0.9 AZ2101012-33-40 22 W 2330 93 <1000 16 130 0.9 AZ2101012-33-40 32 W 3150 88 <1000 17 170 0.9 AZ2101012-33-40 12 W 83761 83761-DD 83780-DV 83780-DD-DV 15 W 83771 83771-DD 83777-DV 83777-DD-DV 22 W 83761 83761-DD 83778-DV 83778-DD-DV 32 W 83762 83762-DD 83779-DV 83779-DD-DV Q15, 12/15/22 W 88085Q15 Q15, 32 W 88088Q15 Q18, 15/22 W 88085Q18 Q18, 32 W 88088Q18 R15, 12/15/22 W 88080R15 R15, 32 W 88089R15 R18, 15/22 W 88080R18 R18, 32 W 88089R18 RD CO LxW OH αbet zono Downlights, recessed, suitable for VDU workstations RD CO D OH Use index -40 for 4000K or -30 for 3000K Concrete mounting boxes Article number LED gear boxes Article number without loop-in function with loop-in function standard DALI standard DALI SQUARE Details on operation and assembly on page 48. CRI > 80 Q15, CO 170x170 mm, LxW 177x177 mm, OH 105 mm Q18, CO 200x200 mm, LxW 207x207 mm System photometric data Article number LED Llm Llm/W ɣ≥65°cd/m2 UGR RD mm kg ROUND CRI > 80 R15, CO 165 mm, D 172 mm, OH 105 mm R18, CO 195 mm, D 202 mm System photometric data Article number LED Llm Llm/W ɣ≥65°cd/m2 UGR RD mm kg Lighting technology Highly efficient light chamber with built-in diffuser for reduced luminance Suitable for VDU workstations according to LG7, 65°< 1000 cd/m² and UGR < 19 Cut-off angle 30° Colour rendering index CRI>80 Constant colour temperature 3000, 4000K Precise chromaticity stability < 3-step MacAdams 50,000h lifetime (L70) Mirror reflector made of pure aluminium (AL 99.98), dust repellent and fingerprint proof Luminaire housing Non deformable housing made of aluminium and UV-resistant plastic Slightly raised mounting ring for homogeneous ceiling appearance Frame/Ring colour white (comparable RAL9016) Operating and assembly technology Order LED gear box separately (standard or DALI dimmable Gear boxes suitable for connection to central battery Quick installation due to 3-point screw fixing Suitable for ceiling thicknesses of 1-25 mm Reflector with safety suspension Featuring precise glare limitation for highest-category VDU applications according to LG7 (above 65°< 1000 cd/m²). Use index -40 for 4000K or -30 for 3000K VDU Photography: Mathilde Dusol, NL 43 WILA42
  • 24. IP44 IP44 12 W 1090 78 <1000 15 135 0.9 AZ2102001-30-40 + 83818Q15 15 W 1510 89 <1000 16 135 0.9 AZ2102002-30-40 + 83818Q15 22 W 2110 84 <1000 17 135 0.9 AZ2102002-30-40 + 83818Q15 32 W 2840 79 <1000 18 175 0.9 AZ2102002-30-40 + 83818Q15 15 W 1560 92 <1000 15 135 1.0 AZ2102012-30-40 + 83818Q18 22 W 2170 87 <1000 16 135 1.0 AZ2102012-30-40 + 83818Q18 32 W 2930 81 <1000 17 175 1.0 AZ2102012-30-40 + 83818Q18 12 W 1170 84 <1000 17 135 0.9 AZ1102001-30-40 + 83818R15 15 W 1620 95 <1000 18 135 0.9 AZ1102002-30-40 + 83818R15 22 W 2260 90 <1000 19 135 0.9 AZ1102002-30-40 + 83818R15 32 W 3050 85 <1000 20 175 0.9 AZ1102002-30-40 + 83818R15 15 W 1670 98 <1000 16 135 1.0 AZ1102012-30-40 + 83818R18 22 W 2320 93 <1000 18 135 1.0 AZ1102012-30-40 + 83818R18 32 W 3130 87 <1000 18 175 1.0 AZ1102012-30-40 + 83818R18 12 W 83761 83761-DD 83780-DV 83780-DD-DV 15 W 83771 83771-DD 83777-DV 83777-DD-DV 22 W 83761 83761-DD 83778-DV 83778-DD-DV 32 W 83762 83762-DD 83779-DV 83779-DD-DV Q15, 12/15/22 W 88085Q15 Q15, 32 W 88088Q15 Q18, 15/22 W 88085Q18 Q18, 32 W 88088Q18 R15, 12/15/22 W 88080R15 R15, 32 W 88089R15 R18, 15/22 W 88080R18 R18, 32 W 88089R18 12 W 880 63 – 25 135 0.9 AZ2102001-30-40 + 86206Q15 15 W 1220 72 – 25 135 0.9 AZ2102002-30-40 + 86206Q15 22 W 1700 68 – 26 135 0.9 AZ2102002-30-40 + 86206Q15 32 W 2290 64 – 27 175 0.9 AZ2102002-30-40 + 86206Q15 15 W 1260 74 – 25 135 1.0 AZ2102012-30-40 + 86206Q18 22 W 1750 70 – 25 135 1.0 AZ2102012-30-40 + 86206Q18 32 W 2360 66 – 26 175 1.0 AZ2102012-30-40 + 86206Q18 12 W 940 67 – 25 135 0.9 AZ1102001-30-40 + 86206R15 15 W 1310 77 – 26 135 0.9 AZ1102002-30-40 + 86206R15 22 W 1820 73 – 27 135 0.9 AZ1102002-30-40 + 86206R15 32 W 2460 68 – 27 175 0.9 AZ1102002-30-40 + 86206R15 15 W 1340 79 – 26 135 1.0 AZ1102012-30-40 + 86206R18 22 W 1870 75 – 26 135 1.0 AZ1102012-30-40 + 86206R18 32 W 2530 70 – 27 175 1.0 AZ1102012-30-40 + 86206R18 12 W 83761 83761-DD 83780-DV 83780-DD-DV 15 W 83771 83771-DD 83777-DV 83777-DD-DV 22 W 83761 83761-DD 83778-DV 83778-DD-DV 32 W 83762 83762-DD 83779-DV 83779-DD-DV Q15, 12/15/22 W 88085Q15 Q15, 32 W 88088Q15 Q18, 15/22 W 88085Q18 Q18, 32 W 88088Q18 R15, 12/15/22 W 88080R15 R15, 32 W 88089R15 R18, 15/22 W 88080R18 R18, 32 W 88089R18 αbet zono IP44 Downlights, recessed Concrete mounting boxes Article number LED gear boxes Article number without loop-in function with loop-in function standard DALI standard DALI SQUARE CRI > 80 Q15, CO 170x170 mm, LxW 177x177 mm, OH 105 mm Q18, CO 200x200 mm, LxW 207x207 mm System photometric data Artcle number LED Llm Llm/W ɣ≥65°cd/m2 UGR RD mm kg Luminaire Safety screen ROUND CRI> 80 R15, CO 165 mm, D 172 mm, OH 105 mm R18, CO 195 mm, D 202 mm Safety Screen IP44 Tempered safety glass (TSG) for protection against spray water and dirt, combined with mirror reflector in pure aluminium (AL 99.98) Lighting technology Highly efficient light chamber with built-in diffuser for reduced luminance Suitable for VDU workstations according to LG7, 65°< 1000 cd/m² and UGR < 19 Cut-off angle 30° Colour rendering index CRI > 80 Constant colour temperature 3000, 4000 K Precise chromaticity stability < 3-step MacAdams 50,000h lifetime (L70) Luminaire housing Non deformable housing made of aluminium and UV-resistant plastic Slightly raised mounting ring for homogeneous ceiling appearance Frame/Ring colour white (comparable RAL9016) Operating and assembly technology Order LED gear box separately (standard or DALI dimmable) Gear boxes suitable for connection to central battery Quick installation due to 3-point screw fixing Suitable for ceiling thicknesses of 1-25 mm Reflector with safety suspension Mode of Protection IP44 in closed ceiling systems - the TSG screen protects the reflector room against spray water ingress and dirt. Use index -40 for 4000K or -30 for 3000K Use index -40 for 4000K or -30 for 3000K IP44 IP 44 in closed ceiling systems System photometric data Article number LED Llm Llm/W ɣ≥65°cd/m2 UGR RD mm kg Luminaire Safety screen RD CO LxW OH RD CO D OH αbet zono IP44 Downlights, recessed Concrete mounting boxes Article number LED gear boxes Article number without loop-in function with loop-in function standard DALI standard DALI SQUARE CRI > 80 Q15, CO 170x170 mm, LxW 177x177 mm, OH 105 mm Q18, CO 200x200 mm, LxW 207x207 mm System photometric data Artcle number LED Llm Llm/W ɣ≥65°cd/m2 UGR RD mm kg Luminaire Diffusing screen ROUND CRI> 80 R15, CO 165 mm, D 172 mm, OH 105 mm R18, CO 195 mm, D 202 mm Diffusing Screen IP44 Made of etched tempered safety glass for soft dispersion of light in the room, combined with mirror reflector in pure aluminium (AL 99.98) Lighting technology Highly efficient light chamber with built-in diffuser for reduced luminance Colour rendering index CRI > 80 Constant colour temperature 3000, 4000 K Precise chromaticity stability < 3-step MacAdams 50,000h lifetime (L70) Luminaire housing Non deformable housing made of aluminium and UV-resistant plastic Slightly raised mounting ring for homogeneous ceiling appearance Frame/Ring colour white (comparable RAL9016) Operating and assembly technology Order LED gear box separately (standard or DALI dimmable) Gear boxes suitable for connection to central battery Quick installation due to 3-point screw fixing Suitable for ceiling thicknesses of 1-25 mm Reflector with safety suspension Mode of Protection IP44 in closed ceiling systems - the TSG screen protects the reflector room against spray water ingress and dirt. Use index -40 for 4000K or -30 for 3000K Use index -40 for 4000K or -30 for 3000K IP44 IP 44 in closed ceiling systems System photometric data Article number LED Llm Llm/W ɣ≥65°cd/m2 UGR RD mm kg Luminaire Diffusing screen RD CO LxW OH RD CO D OH Details on operation and assembly on page 48. Details on operation and assembly on page 48. 45 WILA44
  • 25. IP40 9 W 780 78 – 26 49 0.7 AZ1102101-33-40 13 W 1070 71 – 27 49 0.7 AZ1102101-33-40 19 W 1410 64 – 27 85 0.7 AZ1102101-33-40 12 W 1050 81 – 25 49 0.8 AZ1102111-33-40 18 W 1480 74 – 26 49 0.8 AZ1102111-33-40 25 W 1930 69 – 27 85 0.8 AZ1102111-33-40 9 W 830 83 – 26 49 0.7 AZ2102101-33-40 13 W 1140 76 – 27 49 0.7 AZ2102101-33-40 19 W 1480 67 – 27 85 0.7 AZ2102101-33-40 12 W 1090 83 – 25 49 0.8 AZ2102111-33-40 18 W 1540 76 – 26 49 0.8 AZ2102111-33-40 25 W 2020 72 – 27 85 0.8 AZ2102111-33-40 αbet zono flat Downlights, recessed Lighting technology Highly efficient PMMA cover with micro-bead technology Colour rendering index CRI > 80 Constant colour temperature 3000, 4000K Precise chromaticity stability < 3-step MacAdams 50,000h lifetime (L70) Luminaire housing Non deformable housing made of aluminium and UV-resistant plastic Slightly raised mounting ring for homogeneous ceiling appearance Frame/Ring colour white (comparable RAL9016) Operating and assembly technology Order LED gear box separately (standard or DALI dimmable) Gear boxes suitable for connection to central battery Recessed depth of 49 mm and 85 mm in the High-Output version Quick installation due to 3-point screw fixing Suitable for ceiling thicknesses of 1-25 mm Reflector with safety suspension EL1102002-03-30_18 W 400 cd/klm400 cd/klm400 cd/klm400 cd/klm400 cd/klm 90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90° 60°60°60°60°60° 45°45°45°45°45° 30°30°30°30°30° 15°15°15°15°15° 15°15°15°15°15° 30°30°30°30°30° 45°45°45°45°45° 60°60°60°60°60° EL2102002-03-30_12 W 400 cd/klm400 cd/klm400 cd/klm400 cd/klm400 cd/klm 90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90°90° 60°60°60°60°60° 45°45°45°45°45° 30°30°30°30°30° 15°15°15°15°15° 15°15°15°15°15° 30°30°30°30°30° 45°45°45°45°45° 60°60°60°60°60° 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.00 1.50 0.50 0 12W 18W 25W 12W 18W 25W 12W 18W 25W 800 700 600 500 400 200 300 100 0 Planning Aid for ceilings Surface 100 m2 ; Height 3 m; Room ratio 2:3; ÞD/W/B 80/50/20%; Working plane 0.85 m Planning Aid for corridors Height 3 m; Width 2 m; ÞD /W/B 80/50/20%; Working plane 0.2 m; En = 100 lx 1.2 x 1.2 m 1.8 x 1.8 m 2.4 x 2.4 m Luminaire Grid AverageIlluminanceE[lx] Luminairedistanceinm 900 12W 18W 25W IP40 in closed ceiling systems RD CO LxW RD CO D Q15 88078Q15 Q18 88078Q18 R15 88078R15 R18 88078R18 9 / 12 W 83771 83771-DD 83771-DV 83771-DD-DV 13 / 18 W 83761 83761-DD 83761-DV 83761-DD-DV 19 / 25 W 83762 83762-DD 83762-DV 83762-DD-DV Concrete ceiling boxes Article number LED gear boxes Article number without loop-in function with loop-in function standard DALI standard DALI SQUARE CRI > 80 Q15, CO 170x170 mm, LxW 177x177 mm Q18, CO 200x200 mm, LxW 207x207 mm ROUND CRI > 80 R15, CO 165 mm, D 172 mm R18, CO 195 mm, D 202 mm Details on operation and assembly on page 48. System photometric data Article number LED Llm Llm/W ɣ≥65°cd/m2 UGR RD mm kg System photometric data Article number LED Llm Llm/W ɣ≥65°cd/m2 UGR RD mm kg 49 mm Use index -40 for 4000K or -30 for 3000K Use index -40 for 4000K or -30 for 3000K With the ultra shallow depth of only 49 mm is the luminaire suitable for the most difficult void situations (such as air conditioning ducts, sprinkler pipes, beams) AZ1102211-33-40_18W AZ2102211-33-40_18W 47 WILA46
  • 26. Luminaire luminous flux Llm The luminaire luminous flux (Llm) defines the usable light of the luminaire and is the decisive value in lighting design. As opposed to the lamp luminous flux (lm), the luminaire luminous flux (Llm) accounts for losses due to the design of the luminaire. WILA defines only the Llm value for all LED lamps. This value can be found both in data sheets and in the relevant EULUMDAT file. System efficiency Llm/W System efficiency defines the ratio of luminaire luminous flux (Llm) to power input (W). Efficiency losses due to gear boxes have already been taken into account by WILA in the Llm/W value. System photometric data For a qualified comparison between LED luminaires and luminaires with compact fluorescent lamps, it is important to ensure first that the products to be compared share approximately the same photometric data. Sample calculation: LED luminous flux 2000 lm (100%) - system losses (light output ratio) = luminaire luminous flux 1720 Llm LED efficiency 2000 lm : 29 W = 69 lm/W System efficiency 1720 Llm : 31 W (29 W LED module + 2 W driver) = 55 Llm Cut-off Angle The cut-off angle of luminaires is defined as the angle between the horizontal plane and the point from which the light source is not directly visible yet. The increased visual comfort offered by shielded light sources is clearly perceivable. The Downlights of the αbet zono family of products, for example, have a very good cut-off angle of 30°. Half-peak divergence angle α For accent lighting, the half-peak divergence angle α is given rather than the beam spread angle. The half-peak divergence angle is defined as the angle of the rotationally symmetrical luminous intensity distribution at which the luminous intensity equals half of its maximum value. The half-peak divergence angle is given as a full angle. super spot < 10° spot 10° - 20° flood 21° - 45° wide flood 46° - 55° very wide flood > 55° Definitions Beam Spread Angle γ The beam spread angle γ is defined as the angle at which the luminous intensity drops to 1% of the maximum value lmax. It is measured from the vertical (see luminous intensity distribution curve) and is an important dimension in glare reducing measures. Limits of the average luminance of screens with a beam angle of > 65° Screen high Screen average Illuminance ≥ 200 cd/m2 Illuminance ≤ 200 cd/m2 Positive polarity and usual requirements 1) ≤ 3000 cd/m2 ≤ 1500 cd/m2 Negative polarity and high requirements 2) ≤ 1500 cd/m2 ≤ 1000 cd/m2 1) Example Office programme, dark text on bright background 2) Example CAD programme, bright lines on dark background UGR The UGR method takes into account the layout of the luminaires in the room and evaluates the glare produced by the entire lighting system for a specific observer‘s position. WILA provides UGR values where the observer’s position is parallel to the longitudinal axis of the luminaire and the lamp/luminaire axis is parallel to the longer side of the room. The UGR method is implemented on the basis of simple tables. A low UGR value indicates that glare is negligible or non-existent. Suitability examples maximum UGR values: 16 for drafting rooms, 19 for offices and control rooms, 22 for precision industrial tasks 25 for light industrial tasks and 28 for heavy industrial tasks. Luminous intensity distribution In order to give a clearer overview, the luminous intensity distribution curves have been divided into groups. Shown are the planes from 0° to 180° (red line) and from 90° to 270° (blue line). The 0° plane is on the right. Beam chart For accent luminaires beam charts are shown. The angle of the spread out beam corresponds to the half-peak divergence angle of the luminous intensity. Diameter and mean illuminance Em [lx] can be read from the chart for each corresponding height. Planning grid room The chart is intended as a means of calculating the approximate illuminance required for ceiling grids in rooms and corridors. For the 600 grid, the illuminances should be multiplied by a factor of 0.9. Index -DV = Loop-in/Loop-out -DD = dimmable, DALI -DD-DV = DALI dimmable with loop-in/loop-out function Abbreviations/Dimensions OH = overhang, max. expansion of luminaire from the centre of reflector W, W1 = width information D = diameter CO = ceiling, wall or recessed floor cut-out CO W = width of ceiling or wall cut-out for recessed luminaires CO L = length of ceiling or wall cut-out for recessed luminaires RD = required installation depth for recessed luminaires under consideration of F conditions H, H1= height information K = colour temperature in Kelvin L, L1 = length information Q = reflector size, square R = reflector size, round Ra = colour rendering index W = electrical power α = half-peak divergence angle γ = beam spread angle Kühlkörper LED Modul 2000 lm / 69 lm/W Heat sink LED module 2000 lm / 69 lm/W Luminaire luminous flux 1720 Llm System efficiency 55 Llm/W 3Dαbet focus αbet spectra Appendix αbet Accessories LED gear boxes All LED luminaires shown in this brochure are sold without gear boxes to provide you with the highest degree of flexibility. Two product lines with distinct characteristics are available. The colour coded LED gear boxes are coordinated with the corresponding luminaire to reduce errors during electrical installation. The electrical connection is done via a plug connector that is protected against polarity reversal, without load when switched off. Premium version with loop-in function WILA LED gear boxes, standard or DALI dimmable. High quality version with gear box housing with loop-in function. Suitable for emergency lighting with central battery. Standard version without loop-in function Cost effective alternative if loop-in function is not required, standard or DALI dimmable. Suitable for emergency lighting with central battery. Catalogue information and tolerance Many luminaires are protected by comprehensive design registrations, patents and trademark protections. We reserve the right to change material, design and programme without notice. Statements are not warranted characteristics. Photometric data is subject to a tolerance of +/- 10%. Pictures and drawings are for illustrative purposes only. Our terms and conditions of sale and delivery apply. F marking All WILA luminaires are suitable for use in or on ceilings of normal flammability and have so far been labelled with the F marking. With the publication of the EN 60598 standard, date of issue 09/2009, this marking is no longer applicable. After the end of the transitional phase on 12.04.2012, all luminaires without labelling are suitable for use in or on a ceiling of normal flammability. Luminaires that do not fulfil the thermal requirements are marked with a new pictogram. Information about maintenance The illuminance for a room/property must satisfy the published values according to DIN 12464-1 over the entire period of usage; this corresponds to the maintenance value. The electrical planner is responsible for determining the maintenance factor dependent upon the lighting system and the spatial conditions used and ensuring this with a maintenance schedule. Further details about maintenance can be found in the “Knowledge” section on our website www.wila.com Concrete mounting boxes Concrete mounting boxes allow the uninterrupted use of recessed Downlights even in exposed concrete and plastered ceilings. Thus the ceiling appearance remains clean, and alternative surface mounted luminaires are not required. The two part metal housing holds its shape and is designed for better heat transfer; it also allows accurate positioning and fast installation while meeting all legally required fire prevention regulations. 88078Rxx RD CO D H 88078Qxx RD W L OH H Q15 170 90 - 280 x 237 173 20 88078Q15 Q18 195 90 - 310 x 267 189 20 88078Q18 R15 165 90 409 - - 35 88078R15 R18 195 90 409 - - 35 88078R18 Q15, 12/15/22 W 170 155 - 495 x 270 365 18 88085Q15 Q15, 32 W 170 200 - 594 x 335 215 18 88088Q15 Q18, 12/15/22 W 200 175 - 510 x 300 365 18 88085Q18 Q18, 32 W 200 200 - 594 x 335 215 18 88088Q18 R15, 12/15/22 W 165 165 - 480 345 35 88080R15 R15, 32 W 165 200 - 594 x 335 215 18 88089R15 R18, 12/15/22 W 195 165 - 480 345 35 88080R18 R18, 32 W 195 165 - 594 x 335 215 18 88089R18 Concrete mounting boxes CO RD D L x W OH H Article number αbet zono flat LED recessed, square αbet zono LED recessed, square αbet zono LED recessed, round αbet zono flat LED recessed, round 88080Rxx RD CO H L OH 88085Qxx HW L RD OH CO 88088Qxx 88089Rxx HW L RD OH CO HW L RD OH CO 48 49 WILA

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