Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Wall-Washer | Wall-Spot | Indoor Applications | Feb 28, 2019

Brilliance & Intensity - Nimbus Modul Q Luminaires with Bartenbach Reflector Technology

Nimbus is now presenting Q ONE, Q FOUR and Q FOUR TT – the new generation of the Modul Q family of ceiling luminaires featuring a wallwasher. The focused light enables the realisation of defined lighting zones and the accentuation of surfaces and spaces.

The Modul Q family is used in living spaces – including the kitchen – in galleries, medical practices and in restaurants. The compact modules are made of aluminium and are available in matt black or matt white. They have built-in lenses with either one or four high-performance LEDs.

The new generation of Nimbus Modul Q luminaires provides warm,  directed light with excellent light quality. Available in either black or white, the compact, minimalistically designed body of the luminaire retreats completely into the background.

The Pure Light:

In contrast to the proven Nimbus Q modules so popular with designers – which are still used for general lighting – Modul Q One, Q Four and Q Four TT provide pinpoint accentuating light with a precise beam angle of 40° or 80°. "The new products complete our kit for lighting designers," says Dietrich F. Brennenstuhl, the Nimbus CEO. As light sources, they retreat completely into the background and blend in with the wall or ceiling. Their true lighting effect comes to the fore on the surface to be illuminated – tables, work surfaces, counters and objects.

Dietrich F. Brennenstuhl characterises the high-quality lighting effect thus: "The light emitted is of extraordinary brilliance. The intensity and power with which it strikes surfaces and objects come as something of a surprise – while at the same time one is also impressed by its warmth and cosiness."

For additional information, please visit www.nimbus-group.com

About Nimbus Group:

Eine Architekturmarke, ein kreativer Kopf an der Spitze und innovative Produkte zur Gestaltung von Wohn- und Arbeitswelten – dafür steht Nimbus. Im Februar 2019 wurde das Unternehmen zu hundert Prozent von Häfele übernommen. Nimbus-Gründer Dietrich F. Brennenstuhl bleibt am bisherigen Standort Stuttgart in der Geschäftsleitung aktiv und ist dort weiterhin für Innovationen, Entwicklung und Design des Produktportfolios verantwortlich. Neben hochwertigen LED-Lichtsystemen und akkubetriebenen, kabellosen Leuchten bietet Nimbus auch modulare und akustisch wirksame Raumgliederungs- und Beschattungssysteme.
"Light Meets Acoustics" lautet der von Nimbus geprägte Claim für das umfassende Produktspektrum und die ganzheitlichen Lösungsansätze, die sowohl im Wohnbereich als auch im Projekt verwirklicht werden. - www.nimbus-group.com

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