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Extension of the LAVIGO free-standing family for placing them near windows

Free-Standing Luminaire LAVIGO
Free-Standing Luminaire LAVIGO

Villingen-Schwenningen, October 2016: The lighting and design modifications in the two new variants of the LAVIGO LED free-standing luminaire from Waldmann fulfil the recurring wish of architects to place luminaires near windows.

Ideally, free-standing luminaires are placed on the desk in the centre of the room for optimum use of light. For aesthetic reasons, architects usually prefer placement near windows.

The new LAVIGO free-standing luminaire is therefore equipped with an asymmetrical indirect light component. Due to the lighting control in the room, the complete lighting focuses on the area where the visual tasks are being carried out and does not radiate outwards when placed near a window. The homogenous light-emitting surface of the newly-employed edge light technology creates a particularly beautiful light effect. The luminaire provides a powerful output of approximately 14,000 lumens.

The second variant is distinguished by a long, narrow luminaire head and, at 16,000 lumens, it is the most powerful of free-standing luminaires from Waldmann to-date. The placing of this LAVIGO, which extends far beyond the workstation, creates an impression of a particularly uniform light.

Both innovations are equipped with current light engines and constitute a lighting evolution of the luminaire family to date. Their increased light yield of 130 lumens per watt attests to their high energy efficiency. The luminaires are particularly suitable for rooms with depths and are designed to illuminate two large desk surfaces having a depth of up to 1.80 m. The illumination conforms to standards. Both variants are equipped with a PULSE PIR motion and daylight sensor and are available in white and silver metallic.