Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Indoor Applications | Office Lighting | Jul 15, 2019

Kinglumi® Launches Direct/Indirect Suspended LED Linear Lighting System

Kinglumi(K&L), one of the global LED lighting manufacturers, introduces its Xline™ Plus linear lighting system, a new category of high performance portfolio to create a new trend for office and commercial task lighting with its sleek and energy-saving design.

Available in 1167 mm and 2330 mm of length, and includes DALI, 0-10 V or ON/OFF dimming control, various lighting distributions meet the requirement of general lighting for workplace, asymmetric lighting for shelves / wallwasher, bi-symmetric distribution for aisle lighting. Energy-efficient LEDs with very good colour rendering; binning initial ≤ 3 MacAdam; available in the light colours 3000 K, 4000 K and 5000 K; CRI ≥ 80; min. 70% of the luminous flux after 50,000 hours; degree of protection IP 20.

Aesthetic & Minimalistic

Distinctively rectangular aluminum luminaire housing from extruded aluminum profile for improved thermal management; No visible screws, super cleans and very compact design. Surface powder coated in white, or black(others on request, like white oak wood); no visible LEDs from the optics even when it turned off.

Seamless Continuous System

It's flexible and seamless continuous connection to build creative and innovative lighting system. The straight(I), L, T and X connectors perfectly fitted together which allows for a free assembly into light-line systems of different lengths, and different style/patterns seamless. Female and male plug & play connectors are provided for the continuous version.

Diversified Light Distribution

The vacuum aluminum plating faceted louver with advanced optical lens design minimized the glare. Suitable for VDUs workplace light according to EN 12464-1 (UGR 19, UGR 22), ensuring high level of visual comfort. With general lighting, wallwasher lighting and aisle lighting distributions, it simply configures multiply of combination to satisfy diversified lighting application scheme. Indirect light output reflected from the ceiling provides a softer and ambient illumination.

4 Different Installations

It can be mounted as recessed, surface, track and suspension lighting. The suspended Xline™ plus with 1500mm cable suspension integrated tool-less freely positionable and suspension height adjustable. What's more, all the others different installations are easily assembled by different installation set, except the recessed mounted.

Application

Ideal for offices, lobbies, conference rooms, libraries, classrooms, shops, and many other applications.

For more information about Kinglum's Xline™ Plus system, please visit http://kinglumi.com/product-1651.html

About Kinglumi Lighting:

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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