Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Downlights | Indoor Applications | Apr 23, 2019

Kinglumi Launches New Downlight Solution - Milo™, Infinite Possibilities

Kinglumi(K&L), a design-and-manufacture lighting company, announced today it has launched Milo™ downlight, a new line of high performance portfolio dedicated to architectural lighting segment. With complete modular design concept and equipped with the latest MultiCCT and MultiPower technology innovation, it simply configure multiply of combination to satisfy diversified customer's requirement. This system unveils a special combination of unobtrusive light sourcing with various mounting capabilities, superior performance, high-quality materials and best in class LED technology and drivers.
Endless Possibilities:

Designed as a family of architectural low profile recessed, trimless, surface and pendant mounted luminaires common in quality, efficiency and aperture size. Milo, available in 6 different aperture sizes(φ100, φ125, φ150, φ200, φ250, φ300. unit in mm), and various reflectors(specular/high-gloss mirror, silver, black, gold, white) options to create infinite possibilities for comfortable ambience.

High Flexibility & Minimize Inventory:

Milo was enabled with the latest MultiCCT technology( 3-CCT or tunable white, 1-CCT by request), and MultiPower Tech(Wattage selectable), it's very flexible and easily to be tailor very on-site. Also, the complete modular design in one system helps to minimize the inventory and short the time to projects.

Various Electronic Control Gear:

The fixture keeps its classic design with an external driver, which is not visible after installation, featuring low-level dimming and full 1.5 KV surge protection to ensure high-quality performance. Full range dimming capabilities offered (1-chanel: DALI-2 + Push-DIM, 1-10V, ON/OFF, Phase-cut), as well as the option to operate with 2-Channel drivers: Zigbee 3.0, DALI DT8, Bluetooth for intelligent lighting control.

Visual Comfort Light:

Equipped with dark light reflector for optimal glare control, Milo downlight with up to 30° cut-off angle and deep regression, minimizes the glare light and achieves a UGR 19 or UGR 22. Milo™ delivers a powerful, clean beam of light on high-end retail, airport, exhibition center, semi-outdoor, hospitals, hotels, halls, offices, conference rooms, museum without calling attention to itself. MILO™ downlight, designed for future lighting and human centric lighting ready!

For more information about Kinglum's Milo™ system, please visit http://kinglumi.com/product-1635.html

About Kinglumi:

As a leading LED architectural lighting manufacturer by a broad array of optically superior, energy efficient lighting solutions for the retail, supermarket, hospitality, commercial and outdoor lighting markets. KINGLUMI offers one-stop R&D solution, patented design, and strict quality control for standard & bespoke products. Good reputation built from outstanding products and great after sales service since 2005.

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